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Asset Management

DWS have supervised a range of asset management services for clients in the hospitality, gaming, tourism and leisure sectors. Our asset management services include property improvement strategies, valuation maximisation, land sub-division and FF&E reviews.

We have over 20 years consulting experience relating to our asset management services and have developed and consulted on major diversification strategies for the hospitality sector. DWS can manage property projects from conception to completion, incorporating feasibility and coordination of town planning and project management.

Our asset management projects include clubs, taverns, accommodation, casinos and other leisure and tourism development projects. Each year, DWS complete over 500 consulting assignments. Recent asset management projects include:

  • Advice and diversification of a major club incorporating the development of serviced accommodation.
  • Advice on the appropriate mix of facilities for a health club as part of a mixed-use hospitality development.
  • Furniture, fixtures and fittings development plan undertaken on behalf of a major hospitality venue including life-cycle projection and appropriate amortisation of funding.
  • Reduction of property operating costs and expenses through an audit of electrical usage following the introduction of carbon tax in Australia.

Contact us to find out how we can assist you to improve the value of your hospitality and leisure assets.

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