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Industriesand Industries ASEAN Energy Awards 2009 Category: Buildings Title of Activity / Project / Theme: Sofitel

ASEAN Energy Awards 2009 Category: Buildings Industries Title of Activity / Project / Theme: Sofitel Angkor

Title of Activity / Project / Theme:

Sofitel Angkor Phokeethra Golf & Spa Resort, The 5 stars hotel located between Siem Reap city and Angkor Wat Complex. Hotel provided 238 rooms, Spa, Fitness, 4 restaurants and 18 holes golf

Application General Information.

Name of Company

: Sofitel Angkor Phokeethra Golf & Spa Resort.

Business Address

: Vithei Charles de Gaulle, Siem Reap. Kingdom of Cambodia.

Number of Employee

: 320 (Three Hundred Twenty Staffs)

Type of Building/Industry

: Single core/1 shape/ 3 storey.

Age of Building/Industry

:

8 years

Nature of business

: Hotel/Resort and 18 holes golf course.

Contact Person

Name

: Mr.Sumit THANGTHONG. : Engineering Manager. : +855 63 964600. : +855 12 878893 : +855 63 964608 : engineering@sofitel-royal-angkor.com , sumit.tt@gmail.com

Position

Telephone

Mobile phone

Fax

E-mail

Project Abstract :

The tranquil pleasures and quiet charms of Angkor surround the 239 rooms of Sofitel Angkor Phokeethra, lush gardens and free form swimming pool. A large selection of restaurants, bars, spa and golf course are also available. Since the opening of the hotel in 2000, Sofitel did welcome many high ranking politician, show business people, business man and members of the different royalty from around the world in addition to all our his guests, what also make the Sofitel Angkor Phokeethra so special and one of the leading hotel in Siem Reap. The hotel and the golf were designed and developed by our Owning Company and Corporate office with the commitment to be energy efficient and environment friendly, all of that without compromising with the luxury comfort of our guests. From electrical power, water, garbage recycling, many procedures and controlled have been already implemented.

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CERTIFICATION AND ENDORSEMENT

The Sofitel Angkor Phokeethra Golf & Spa Resort hereby agreed to allow the ASEAN Board of Judeges and other experts that may be designated be ACE to visit the building and verify the authenticity of the data. However, two weeks advance notice is required to allow for necessary arrangements.

We also hereby agreed that ACE can publish the whole submission in ACE publications and website, without any prior consent of the owner of the buildings and industries ( Factories). If the submission will be published in other publications, the consent of the concerned building and industry (factory) Would be required.

We, the undersigned certified that the information given is true and accurate and prepared with the consent of the party/ies involved.

and prepared with the consent of the party/ies involved. Mr.Sumit Thangthong Engineering Manager Sofitel Angkor

Mr.Sumit Thangthong Engineering Manager Sofitel Angkor Phokeethra Golf & Spa resort.

Vithei Charles De Gaulle, Khum Svay Dang Kum. Siem Reap.Kingdom of Cambodia.

Tel

: 855 63 964600,855 12 878893

fax

: 855 63 964610,855 63 964608

E-mail : engineering@sofitel-royal-angkor.com sumit.tt@gmail.com

: engineering@sofitel-royal-angkor.com sumit.tt@gmail.com Mr.Didier Lamoot General Manager Delegate Cambodia.

Mr.Didier Lamoot General Manager Delegate Cambodia. gm@sofitel-royal-angkor.com Sofitel Angkor Phokeethra Golf & Spa resort.

Vithei Charles De Gaulle, Khum Svay Dang Kum. Siem Reap. Kingdom of Cambodia.

Tel

: 855 63 964600,855 12 980011

fax

: 855 63 964610

E-mail : gm@sofitel-royal-angkor.com

fax : 855 63 964610 E-mail : gm@sofitel-royal-angkor.com Lieng Vuthy EE&C-SSN Focal Point Deputy Director

Lieng Vuthy EE&C-SSN Focal Point Deputy Director Department of Energy Technique

Ministry of Industry, Mines and Energy

Tel

: 855 92 512 983

Fax

: 855 23 990 602

E-mail : liengvuthy168@yahoo.com

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Project/Activity Overview Sofitel Angkor Phokeethra Golf & Spa Resort located between Siem Reap city and Angkor Wat Complex by land size. 60,000 M 2 ,All together 16 buildings. The garden size is 30,000M 2 . The elegant design and pleasant environment, on which Sofitel Angkor Phokeethra Golf & Spa Resort, provide a good feeling and experience of nature's beauty as one enters the premises of the hotel complex. It is considered as one of Cambodian's pride and symbol of excellence in modern building architecture today.

symbol of excellence in modern building architecture today. 1 Opera Suite 8 Prestige Suites 15 Sofitel
symbol of excellence in modern building architecture today. 1 Opera Suite 8 Prestige Suites 15 Sofitel

1 Opera Suite

8 Prestige Suites

building architecture today. 1 Opera Suite 8 Prestige Suites 15 Sofitel Suites 71 Luxury Rooms And
building architecture today. 1 Opera Suite 8 Prestige Suites 15 Sofitel Suites 71 Luxury Rooms And

15 Sofitel Suites

today. 1 Opera Suite 8 Prestige Suites 15 Sofitel Suites 71 Luxury Rooms And 144 Superior

71 Luxury Rooms

Suite 8 Prestige Suites 15 Sofitel Suites 71 Luxury Rooms And 144 Superior Rooms. Restaurants and

And 144 Superior Rooms. Restaurants and outlets in hotel

Citadel. Leaf on the Stone Explorer’s Tale Mouhot’s Dream A La Cart Bar Lounge French
Citadel. Leaf on the Stone Explorer’s Tale Mouhot’s Dream A La Cart Bar Lounge French
Citadel. Leaf on the Stone Explorer’s Tale Mouhot’s Dream A La Cart Bar Lounge French
Citadel. Leaf on the Stone Explorer’s Tale Mouhot’s Dream A La Cart Bar Lounge French

Citadel.

Leaf on the Stone

Explorer’s Tale

Mouhot’s Dream

A La Cart

Bar Lounge

French Set Manu

130 seats. Provided Breakfast ,Lunch, Dinner with International Buffet

Angkor Spa

,Lunch, Dinner with International Buffet Angkor Spa Spa Reception An extensive menu of massages aqua-therapy and
,Lunch, Dinner with International Buffet Angkor Spa Spa Reception An extensive menu of massages aqua-therapy and
,Lunch, Dinner with International Buffet Angkor Spa Spa Reception An extensive menu of massages aqua-therapy and
,Lunch, Dinner with International Buffet Angkor Spa Spa Reception An extensive menu of massages aqua-therapy and

Spa Reception

An extensive menu of massages aqua-therapy and aromatherapy treatments blends the best of western spa experience with the gentle well-being traditions of Khmer Culture.

VIP Spa

Fitness Center

Free Form Pool 2500 M2

Phokeethra Country Club

Center Free Form Pool 2500 M2 Phokeethra Country Club 18 holes Stretching 7,191 yards, The course
Center Free Form Pool 2500 M2 Phokeethra Country Club 18 holes Stretching 7,191 yards, The course
Center Free Form Pool 2500 M2 Phokeethra Country Club 18 holes Stretching 7,191 yards, The course
Center Free Form Pool 2500 M2 Phokeethra Country Club 18 holes Stretching 7,191 yards, The course

18 holes Stretching 7,191 yards, The course reflects Phokeethra’s dedication to create a unique golfing experience. With a combination of Paspalum grasses, Both professional and casual golfers are provided with the highest standards of playing surfaces all year round.

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1.Impact.

1-1 Energy Saving. The Energy consumption average in 2008 is 261,760 kWh/month and average in 2009 is 248,538 kWh/month. Around 5% lower than previous year ,The basic energy saving in hotel by staff and management team implemented as below details

Electricity Compared 2008 -2009 kWh

Year/

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

Jun.

Jul.

Aug.

Sep.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Total

Avg/

Month

kWh.

Month

 

2008 301,520

289,600

294,240

277,520

246,560

249,520

236,160

240,880

239,760

256,480

257,760

251,120

3,141,120

261,760

 

2009 257,520

250,560

261,360

250,320

222,931

             

1,242,691

248,538

350,000

300,000

250,000

200,000

150,000

100,000

50,000

0

3 1 2 4 3 1 2 4 10 11 5 6 12 7 8
3
1 2
4
3
1 2
4
10
11
5
6
12
7
8
9
5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

1.1.1-Our Practices in hotel Angkor Spa

Instead of using staff lift (elevator short distances, staff must go up or go down by using normal stairs. Staff must use the elevator when urgent case and need to carry the heavy loads.

Switch off the light and computer after use and go for lunch. Turn off the tap properly in the locker after using. Human Resources

Switch off the light and computer after use and go for lunch

Turn off the tap properly in the locks after using

Staff must take food enough as much as they can, but should not throw away Front office

Always switches off after use the computer and light

Print only the necessary documents and some paper need to be used as recycle if it is not confidential

Turn off the tap water after use and switch off the light in staff locker in the time and also the light in lobby should be kept in schedule.

When occupancy is too low, guest is no show or any cancellation, Front office Manager will inform to HKP and room maid must turn off all light and air conditioner.

Main lobby door must be closed for keeping cold in the lobby, in order not to charge the battery of club car so much, do not need to use it to carry for small items.

During cleaning in the guest room, the light and air condition to be switched off.

For turn down service at night time switch off some light, switch on the bed side lamp and the entrance.

Pantry and staff toilet light must be switch off after using. Laundry

Always finish duty and must switch of the steam, the light, and the water, the washing machine and presser.

All machines need to be used in proper guideline. Food & Beverages

Switch off the light of library if there is no guest in explorer’s tale.

Monitor and turn off the air condition based on guests. Finance

Switch off the light after work and during lunch.

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Switch off the computer during break time and after work.

The temperature of the chiller room (Food & Beverage) should be kept automatically. Kitchen

We must always turn-off water tap after use when not busy time and after duty.

Operate the chiller and freezer as needed in the low season.

Report to engineering immediately when something is not proper working such as water leaking, gas leakage and got electrical burnt smell.

Switch off the gas and electricity after finished duty.

Provided pictures and training to each of new staff.

duty. Provided pictures and training to each of new staff. The information of Energy Saving provided
duty. Provided pictures and training to each of new staff. The information of Energy Saving provided
duty. Provided pictures and training to each of new staff. The information of Energy Saving provided

The information of Energy Saving provided to Staff Canteen and Staff Corridors.

Energy Saving provided to Staff Canteen and Staff Corridors. Energy saving lamp and devices for new
Energy Saving provided to Staff Canteen and Staff Corridors. Energy saving lamp and devices for new
Energy Saving provided to Staff Canteen and Staff Corridors. Energy saving lamp and devices for new

Energy saving lamp and devices for new Staff training classes by Engineers.

1-2-Environmental Effect.

1.2.1 Accor Earth Day.

Accor Earth’s day is on between 22-26 of April of every year. The activities on 26 April 2009

were :

- To give the speech by our General Manager, Mr.Didier Lamoot regarding environmental in hotel.

- Cleaning around the hotel by staff.

- Plant 1 tree in every year.

- Donated the 30 M 2 library to Banteay Srei Orphanage,Siem Reap. And provided lunch for them during accor earth day.

Reap. And provided lunch for them during accor earth day. Information to all staff Giving brief
Reap. And provided lunch for them during accor earth day. Information to all staff Giving brief
Reap. And provided lunch for them during accor earth day. Information to all staff Giving brief

Information to all staff

for them during accor earth day. Information to all staff Giving brief before cleaning Planting 1

Giving brief before cleaning

day. Information to all staff Giving brief before cleaning Planting 1 tree in hotel Library for

Planting 1 tree in hotel

staff Giving brief before cleaning Planting 1 tree in hotel Library for Orphanage Briefing the Accor

Library for Orphanage

Briefing the Accor Earth day to them

1.2.2 Waste managed.

To manage wet and dry garbage in hotel by :

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In Buildings and Industries ASEAN Energy Awards 2009 Wet and dry garbage room left Engine oil.
In Buildings and Industries ASEAN Energy Awards 2009 Wet and dry garbage room left Engine oil.

Wet and dry garbage room

Industries ASEAN Energy Awards 2009 Wet and dry garbage room left Engine oil. Bulbs.   Jan.
Industries ASEAN Energy Awards 2009 Wet and dry garbage room left Engine oil. Bulbs.   Jan.

left Engine oil.

Energy Awards 2009 Wet and dry garbage room left Engine oil. Bulbs.   Jan. Feb. March.

Bulbs.

 

Jan.

Feb.

March.

April.

May.

June.

July.

Aug.

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Garbage selling 2008 Garbage selling 2009

$35

$91

$45

$0

$0

$0

$0

$80

$10

$9

$9

$72

$8.6

$25

$0

   

1.2.3 Waste Water Managed in Sofitel Angkor Phokeethra. The capacity of hotel water treatment plant Activated Sludge type is 250 M 3 to 330 M 3 Day. By the 8 sewage sumps/16 Submersible pumps, Waste Water go to the Waste Water Treatment Plant and the treated water goes to 800 m 3 -Lagoon no.4.From the lagoon no.4 by 50 m 3 pump to lagoon no.2 by electrode float control level. By the same time lagoon no.4 provide grey water to hotel garden daily.

time lagoon no.4 provide grey water to hotel garden daily. Lagoon no.1 sizing 5,000 m 3

Lagoon no.1 sizing 5,000 m 3 Lagoon no.2 sizing 5,000 m 3 Lagoon no.3 sizing 5,000 m 3

Lagoon no.2 sizing 5,000 m 3 Lagoon no.3 sizing 5,000 m 3 Sofitel Angkor Phokeethra Golf
Lagoon no.2 sizing 5,000 m 3 Lagoon no.3 sizing 5,000 m 3 Sofitel Angkor Phokeethra Golf
Lagoon no.2 sizing 5,000 m 3 Lagoon no.3 sizing 5,000 m 3 Sofitel Angkor Phokeethra Golf
Lagoon no.2 sizing 5,000 m 3 Lagoon no.3 sizing 5,000 m 3 Sofitel Angkor Phokeethra Golf
Lagoon no.2 sizing 5,000 m 3 Lagoon no.3 sizing 5,000 m 3 Sofitel Angkor Phokeethra Golf
Lagoon no.2 sizing 5,000 m 3 Lagoon no.3 sizing 5,000 m 3 Sofitel Angkor Phokeethra Golf
Lagoon no.2 sizing 5,000 m 3 Lagoon no.3 sizing 5,000 m 3 Sofitel Angkor Phokeethra Golf
Lagoon no.2 sizing 5,000 m 3 Lagoon no.3 sizing 5,000 m 3 Sofitel Angkor Phokeethra Golf
Lagoon no.2 sizing 5,000 m 3 Lagoon no.3 sizing 5,000 m 3 Sofitel Angkor Phokeethra Golf
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1-3 Economic Effect

1.3.1 Investment

1.3.2 Payback Period

In 2008 and early 2009 hotel bought the new machine for saving energy ;

- Chiller TRANE

1 unit

$95,000

- The Heat pump

1 unit

$ 1,000

- Gas Bulk

2 units,$10,000

- Gas burner

1 unit, $ 4,500

1.3.3 Hotel installed new chiller TRANE 175 tons ‘Helical Rotary Liquid Chillers’ Type, The

efficiency is 0.7 Kw/ton. And payback

period as below :

:

efficiency is 0.7 Kw/ton. And payback period as below : :          
           

Total

 

Return

New Chiller

Invested

in USD

Kwh/tons

Hours

Operated

/Month

EDC Cost

energy

cost

Investment

Months

TRANE 175 tons

$95,000

0.7

18

540

$0.17

$11,107.80

$7,252.20

13.1

Existing Chiller

           

York 200 tons

0

1

18

540

0.17

$18,360

   

1.3.4 Heat pump 22 kw to produce the hot water to hotel.

The 1 unit of heat pump installed by September 2008 as below diagram. For better hot water cost saving and free air conditioning to linen room.

water cost saving and free air conditioning to linen room. Heat Pump 22 kWh Free Air
water cost saving and free air conditioning to linen room. Heat Pump 22 kWh Free Air
water cost saving and free air conditioning to linen room. Heat Pump 22 kWh Free Air
water cost saving and free air conditioning to linen room. Heat Pump 22 kWh Free Air
water cost saving and free air conditioning to linen room. Heat Pump 22 kWh Free Air
water cost saving and free air conditioning to linen room. Heat Pump 22 kWh Free Air
water cost saving and free air conditioning to linen room. Heat Pump 22 kWh Free Air

Heat Pump 22 kWh

Free Air Conditioning 2 tons/hr to linen room

 

Additional Heat pump for guestrooms.

 

Year/

                         

Per

Month

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

Jun.

Jul.

Aug.

Sep.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Total

month

2008

8,656

6,225

7,614

6,380

6,464

6,804

5,021

5,532

4,065

4,129

4,447

4,734

70,071

$5,839

2009

4,243

3,743

3,805

3,345

4,001

             

19,137

$3,827

Payback by

4.97

Months.

 

$2,012

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1.3.5 The gas supply to hotel from cylinder 45 kgs to gas bulks as below and payback by 10.6 months.

45 kgs to gas bulks as below and payback by 10.6 months.   Gas consumption in
45 kgs to gas bulks as below and payback by 10.6 months.   Gas consumption in
45 kgs to gas bulks as below and payback by 10.6 months.   Gas consumption in
 

Gas consumption in hotel

 

Year/

                           

Month

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

Jun.

Jul.

Aug.

Sep.

Oct

Nov.

Dec.

Total

Per month

2008

2,632

3,588

4,313

3,689

4,110

3,382

2,907

2,659

2,941

2,744

2,983

1,676

37,624

$3,135

2009

2,414

2,114

2,662

2,306

1,469

             

10,965

$2,193

$942

Payback by 10.61 Months. 5,000 3 4,000 5 2 4 6 3,000 7 9 11
Payback
by
10.61
Months.
5,000
3
4,000
5
2
4
6
3,000
7
9
11
3
8
10
1 1
4
2,000
2
12
5
1,000
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

1.4-Energy Efficiency Index. Brief history Mix function usage; Room and facilities

- Age of building

:

8 years

- Total number of storey

:

3

- Total number of basement floor

:

1

- Number of car park storey

:

No.

- Total gross floor area

- Fresh air exchange rate

: 60.000m2

:

1:3

- Car park area

: 5000m2

- Gross settable area

: 1.195m2

- Air-conditioned area

: 30,000m2

- Non-air conditioned area

: 30,000m2

- Plot ratio (total GFA/ground area) : 60%

- The Energy consumption in 2008 is 4.36 Kwh/m 2

- The Energy consumption in 2009 is 4.14 Kwh/m 2.

Year/

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

Jun.

Jul.

Aug.

Sep.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Total

Avg/Month

Month

Kwh.

2008

301,520

289,600

294,240

277,520

246,560

249,520

236,160

240,880

239,760

256,480

257,760

251,120

3,141,120

261,760

2009

257,520

250,560

261,360

250,320

222,931

             

1,242,691

248,538

2.Sustainability

2-1 Level of participation and involvement The owning company by Managing Director and Sofitel Angkor Phokeethra Management by General Manager,Resident Manager,Director of Finance and Engineering Manager have meeting by

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monthly basis for the hotel and golf club performance .New project approved for provided more facilities to the guest and energy saving. The Sofitel Angkor Phokeethra golf & Spa Resort upgraded to Sofitel Luxury hotel by early 2009.

Spa Resort upgraded to Sofitel Luxury hotel by early 2009. 2-2 Top Level Management Commitment. Fixed

2-2 Top Level Management Commitment. Fixed committee to handle the building Management by :

Engineering Manager Director of Finance Human Resources Director

And product knowledge carry by F&B Manager, Housekeeping and Sale Director.

: Property Management. : Provide Profits and Loss Reports. : Provide the properties info to all new staff.

Reports. : Provide the properties info to all new staff. Accor Policy. Our hotel is committed

Accor Policy.

Our hotel is committed to preserving the environment, Our priorities for contributing to the preservation of our : natural heritage

1. Energy saving,

Use energy-efficient equipment, Energy recovery system; promote use of renewable energy, without losing sight of out primary objective: your comfort.

2. Water Install water efficient equipment, limited water consumption, recycle water when possible and treat waste water.

3. Ozone layer Eliminate fluids which cause significant damage to the ozone layer from chillers/fridges prevents all leaks.

4. Waste Produce less waste, recycle when possible, improve the elimination of hazardous waste (Batteries, etc.).

5. Biodiversity Promote the organic maintenance of planed area, participate in local preservation activities.

2-3 Short and long term plan 2.3.1Additional Chiller to the hotel

The chiller TRANE - Helical Rotary Liquid Chillers 374 tons to hotel

- : 1/6/2009 – 31/12/2009

- : $100,000.

Duration

Project cost

               

Return

New Chiller

Invested

in USD

kWh/

tons

Hour

s

Operated/

Month

EDC

Cost

Total

energy cost

Investment/

Months

Trane 374 tons

$100,000

0.7

12

360

$0.17

$7,405.20

$8,568.00

 

Existing Chiller Carrier 240 tons

0

1

12

360

0.17

$15,973

11.7

240 tons 0 1 12 360 0.17 $15,973 11.7 Sofitel Angkor Phokeethra Golf & Spa Resort
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2.3.2-To install the heat Exchange to chiller and get hot water 100 M 3 /Day.

- : $100,000.

Project cost

Duration

- : 1/6/2009 – 31/11/2009

$100,000. Project cost Duration - : 1/6/2009 – 31/11/2009 2.3.3 The new ballroom 450 M 2

2.3.3 The new ballroom 450 M 2 .

- : $500,000.

Project cost

Duration

- : 1/8/2008 – 31/12/2009

$500,000. Project cost Duration - : 1/8/2008 – 31/12/2009 2-4 Organization. 2.4.1 Established or Improved Organization
$500,000. Project cost Duration - : 1/8/2008 – 31/12/2009 2-4 Organization. 2.4.1 Established or Improved Organization

2-4 Organization. 2.4.1 Established or Improved Organization for Energy Management Energy saving committee had been organized. The permanent Advisor is Engineering Manager. The 2 representative from each department attend the training on every Wednesday at 14.00 hrs.

attend the training on every Wednesday at 14.00 hrs. Train the trainer by engineering staff. Sofitel
attend the training on every Wednesday at 14.00 hrs. Train the trainer by engineering staff. Sofitel
attend the training on every Wednesday at 14.00 hrs. Train the trainer by engineering staff. Sofitel
attend the training on every Wednesday at 14.00 hrs. Train the trainer by engineering staff. Sofitel

Train the trainer by engineering staff.

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2-5.Capacity Building 2.5.1 Activities Fire & Safety Activity on weekly Basis Environment Activity on Monthly basis. Pool Party & Local Dance show

Activity on Monthly basis. Pool Party & Local Dance show 2.5.2Education Training The Top Management of
Activity on Monthly basis. Pool Party & Local Dance show 2.5.2Education Training The Top Management of
Activity on Monthly basis. Pool Party & Local Dance show 2.5.2Education Training The Top Management of

2.5.2Education Training The Top Management of Sofitel Angkor Phokeethra joins the Luxury hotel Category before launch the program.

joins the Luxury hotel Category before launch the program. Keys of Luxury Training to all hotel
joins the Luxury hotel Category before launch the program. Keys of Luxury Training to all hotel

Keys of Luxury Training to all hotel staff.

the program. Keys of Luxury Training to all hotel staff. Sofitel Appearance & Attitude Training to

Sofitel Appearance & Attitude Training to all manager and assistance to department head.

When redefining Sofitel to be luxury, It must be differential from others. For this purpose, Key of Luxury Experience Training and Sofitel Appearance & Attitude Training are delivered to all staff.

2.5.3Target to average room rate Accor upgraded all Sofitel to Luxury Hotel since early 2009 and average room rate records for Sofitel Angkor Phokeethra.

- 2007 Targeted 120 $/Room and actual was 104 $/Room.

- 2008 Targeted 130 $/Room and actual was 121 $/Room.

- 2009 Targeted 150 $/Room and actual was 130 $/Room.

Hotel Occupancy

Hotel Occupancy in 2008 and 2009

Year/Month

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

Jun.

Jul.

Aug.

Sep.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Average%

2008

63

69

49

34

25

19

23

27

15

15

45

51

36.25

2009

49

32

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Year round target in 2009 is 40 % occupancy.

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3.1-Management Practices and Measures. 3.1.1-The information from management always display and brief to the staff by training Manager monthly.

display and brief to the staff by training Manager monthly. 3.1.2-Energy consumption fixed forecast provide to
display and brief to the staff by training Manager monthly. 3.1.2-Energy consumption fixed forecast provide to

3.1.2-Energy consumption fixed forecast provide to each department by Engineering Manager.

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3.1.3 Energy Cost/Consumption update and share to all manager daily.

Cost/Consumption update and share to all manager daily. 3.1.4 Finance Department provide the monthly profits and

3.1.4 Finance Department provide the monthly profits and loss report to all manager.

provide the monthly profits and loss report to all manager. 3.2 Technology 3.2.1 Kitchen exhaust fans

3.2 Technology

3.2.1 Kitchen exhaust fans and fresh air fans for staff canteen Kitchen and

Main Kitchen. Normally the Fresh air fans and exhaust fans

taking care by cook or kitchen staff. After

investigated, We put motion detective switch to Citadel Show Kitchen and Japanese Restaurant. And digital timer from Engineering to control its.

Restaurant. And digital timer from Engineering to control its. Sofitel Angkor Phokeethra Golf & Spa Resort
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In Buildings and Industries ASEAN Energy Awards 2009 Energy consumption reduced from average 3061 Kwh to
In Buildings and Industries ASEAN Energy Awards 2009 Energy consumption reduced from average 3061 Kwh to
In Buildings and Industries ASEAN Energy Awards 2009 Energy consumption reduced from average 3061 Kwh to

Energy consumption reduced from average 3061 Kwh to 1932 Kwh.

Year/Month

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Feb

March

April

May

June

July

Aug

Sept

Oct

Nov.

Dec

Average Khw

2008

2780

2556

3190

3002

3247

3341

3411

2751

2554

2890

3466

3551

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Motion Detective Switch to others area : Fiteness, Staff Lockers and Staff Canteen

to others area : Fiteness, Staff Lockers and Staff Canteen 3.2.2Digital Measuring tools The energy management
to others area : Fiteness, Staff Lockers and Staff Canteen 3.2.2Digital Measuring tools The energy management
to others area : Fiteness, Staff Lockers and Staff Canteen 3.2.2Digital Measuring tools The energy management

3.2.2Digital Measuring tools The energy management to hotel in Siem Reap to be started from the simple methods and then put them to the on job training.

the simple methods and then put them to the on job training. Energy saving lamp to

Energy saving lamp to hotel Public area and all corridor

Energy saving lamp to hotel Public area and all corridor Digital thermometer for daily. ambient recording

Digital thermometer for daily. ambient recording

corridor Digital thermometer for daily. ambient recording Digital Air Cond.thermometer to hotel public area. 3.2.3

Digital Air Cond.thermometer to hotel public area.

3.2.3 Security & Safety Monitoring in hotel Hotel provided the full CCTV system to guest area, Public area, Back of the house ,fire & Safety and Energy monitoring. All together 39 cameras by 3 Monitors to each stations ,At Call Center, Security Office and Engineering Office.

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In Buildings and Industries ASEAN Energy Awards 2009 Dome Camera Type 1 Call Center monitors Infrared

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Engineering Energy & Safety monitors

4.Originality Creativity/Innovation 4.1-Laundry Managed After the investigated the laundry operation, we found that the operating hour of our laundry section averaged 365 hours/month, too long because of the washing process got not enough washing machine. The improved as below:

got not enough washing machine. The improved as below: Do weekly forecast by Laundry Manager and
got not enough washing machine. The improved as below: Do weekly forecast by Laundry Manager and

Do weekly forecast by Laundry Manager and fixed operation hour by digital timer to all machine in laundry from Engineering.

by digital timer to all machine in laundry from Engineering. Increasing the washing Capacity by bought
by digital timer to all machine in laundry from Engineering. Increasing the washing Capacity by bought
by digital timer to all machine in laundry from Engineering. Increasing the washing Capacity by bought
by digital timer to all machine in laundry from Engineering. Increasing the washing Capacity by bought
by digital timer to all machine in laundry from Engineering. Increasing the washing Capacity by bought
by digital timer to all machine in laundry from Engineering. Increasing the washing Capacity by bought
by digital timer to all machine in laundry from Engineering. Increasing the washing Capacity by bought

Increasing the washing Capacity by bought new machine 75 kgs 1 unit and cost involved is $14,500.

After we completed the project we saved the - manpower and operation hours decreased from 365 hours/months to 260 hours/month.

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Laundry Operation hours 2008 compared to 2009

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Jul.

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Sep.

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Dec.

Average

2008

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Laundry Energy cost comparison after improved September 2008

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Aug

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Average.

2008

$4,900

$4,099

$4,633

$4,163

$4,347

$5,214

$4,530

$4,259

$3,441

$3,649

$3,404

$3,164

$4,150

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$2,890

$2,557

$2,240

                 

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Problems, Laundry could not fix operation hour during high season due to the guest request and also the outside guest laundry could not fix the service house for us.

4.2-Pest control in hotel The pest control in hotel handled by hotel gardener from January 2009 and process are as follows; Provide the basic training classes to all Gardener.

follows; Provide the basic training classes to all Gardener. Fixed the Pest control gardener and schedule
follows; Provide the basic training classes to all Gardener. Fixed the Pest control gardener and schedule

Fixed the Pest control gardener and schedule as follows :

Day 1 To spray Citronella grass.

- Day 2 To spray Neem tree ‘s leaves.

- Day 3 To spray Sweet Oleander’s leaves.

- Day 4 To spray Citronella grass.

- Day 5 To spray Neem tree ‘s leaves.

- Day 6 To put the Mousses Trap/dry chemical to garden.

- Day 7 To fumigate Chemical to all buildings.

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Awards 2009 The daily preparation and treating by gardener For garden and public area. 1.Insect repelling
Awards 2009 The daily preparation and treating by gardener For garden and public area. 1.Insect repelling
Awards 2009 The daily preparation and treating by gardener For garden and public area. 1.Insect repelling
Awards 2009 The daily preparation and treating by gardener For garden and public area. 1.Insect repelling

For garden and public area. 1.Insect repelling by put the Citronello grass to landscape lighting . 2.Catch insect by blacklight lighting to each lagoon 3.Pest fee by CO 2 in the garden.

lighting to each lagoon 3.Pest fee by CO 2 in the garden . Pest control in

Pest control in hotel and cost saving.

CO 2 in the garden . Pest control in hotel and cost saving. Year/Month Jan Feb
CO 2 in the garden . Pest control in hotel and cost saving. Year/Month Jan Feb

Year/Month

Jan

Feb

March

April

May

June

July

Aug

Sept

Oct

Nov.

Dec

Average/month

2008

$700

$700

$700

$700

$700

$700

$700

$700

$700

$700

$700

$750

704.17

2009

$350

$50

$50

                 

150.00

5.SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS/ATTACHMENTS

- 1 working day = 3 shifts,1 Shift=8 hours.

- 1 years=270 working days.

- Electrical 1 kwh = 3.6 M

- Electrical 1 kwh=0.17 USD

- LPG 1 kg =0.765 USD

- Diesel oil 1 litre=0.565 USD

DRAWINGS: Due to the Accord policy, we are unable to provide any drawings of its premises.

Owning company:

Mr. Supachai Verapuchong, Managing Director, Thainakorn Patana Co.,Ltd. supachai@thainakorn.com Tel.+662 555 9999 Mr.Didier Lamoot, General Manager gm@sofitel-royal-angkor.com Tel.+855 63 964600 Mr.Sumit Thangthong, Engineering Manager engineering@sofitel-royal-angkor.com Tel.+855 63 964600

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