Korean Airlines Hyatt Regency Hotel

Location: Incheon, Republic of Korea
Building Type: Mixed-Family & Mixed Use
Services Provided: LEED Commissioning, Measurement & Verification

This new 785,000 square foot (71,000 square meter) Hyatt Regency Hotel, “H2”, will be located adjacent to the existing Hyatt Hotel at Incheon International Airport near Seoul, Republic of Korea. Incheon International Airport is one of the top airports in the world, occupying a strategically important position for international trade and cultural exchange. Incheon is one of the exemplary airports on the planet with a golf course, spa, countless shops, restaurants, bars and food courts, private nap rooms, a rink, casino, indoor gardens and hosts the Museum of Korean Culture. This airport consistently wins top honors from Skytrax, IATA, and Airports Council International. The “H2” hotel and retail complex will be LEED Gold certified. Elm was selected for their leadership in commissioning and commitment to sustainability. For the H2 project, Elm Engineering is providing commissioning services, measurement and verification, energy consulting, facilitating communications among the owner, American and Korean designers, and contractors, ensuring that energy and water consuming systems are installed and function at peak operating efficiency. The project is scheduled for completion in 2014, in time for the Asian Games.

Square Feet: 785,000
Completion Date: Summer 2014 (expected)
Owner: Korean Airlines
Project Team:
LEED Consultant: Gensler
Local Coordinator: Parsons Brinckerhoff
LEED Commissioning: Elm Engineering