Kalyan Hospitality Welcomes Adrian Girald!

USA, Richmond, Virginia. August 20, 2020

Kalyan Hospitality welcomes Adrian Girald as the new Chief Engineer of the Residence Inn Short Pump at the Notch. Adrian has over 15 years' experience in the hospitality industry in the engineering sector.

Adrian Girald is from Puerto Rico. He loves the beach and listening to music in his free time!

Adrian's duties as the Chief Engineer will be to supervise the operation, maintenance, and repair of hotel equipment, tools, and facilities. He will oversee the maintenance staff and will work on the property, addressing HVAC and other types of issues. His main role will truly be to make sure the hotel is running smoothly and everything is safe and efficient.

Welcome, Adrian!


Adrian Girald!
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About Residence Inn by Marriott

Media Contact:

Kayla Roberts
Sales Manager
Residence Inn Short Pump at the Notch
T: 804-869-8206
E: kayla.roberts@marriott.com
W: http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/ricrn-residence-inn-short-pump-at-the-notch/

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