Letting opportunities guide the path for our projects
For over a decade Nelson has made responsible building its battle ground, erecting passive buildings that approach zero energy and aim for carbon neutrality. In our planning for each site, our thinking revolves around the three pillars of sustainability: economic, environmental and societal. This line of thinking guides our steps and actions in bringing to fruition the dreams of our partners', the development of the JAM Hotel brand and the performance of one-off projects that stimulate our inspiration.
The hotel of tomorrow
Planned entirely with sustainability in mind and designed with a vision of resilience, the future Jam hotels will be the leaders in a new generation of hotels. Anchored in the present and addressing the challenges, our hotels combine comfort, responsible consumption and commitment.
Our know-how in hotel management
Hotels that comply with responsible tourism objectives
Projects with high environmental value
A comprehensive internal evaluation tool which allows objectives to be set in accordance with the specifics of each project
A desire to discover and to think differently
A multi-focus plan, multi-purpose proposals
Building for you
Whether working on a hotel complex, apartment building or multi-purpose building, Nelson leverages all its know-how and expertise to serve its tenants. Buildings that meet today's environmental challenges, and, in addition to ensuring energy savings, are in harmony with the lifestyle of tomorrow.
A sustainability team that is dynamic and avant-garde in its field
Our expertise in the development of hotel projects
A comprehensive internal assessment tool for responsible building
High added value proposals with a long-term vision
Openness to multiple-focus projects
Occasionally, alternative projects come to our attention and inspire us. Different projects, which challenge us and allow Nelson to embody its particular vision of real estate: namely, being responsible, economical, consistent and forward-looking.
A desire to think outside the box
The need to be a pioneer of change
The desire to put culture first
The desire to always offer the alternative, both in the uses for the project and in the economic reflection of its execution
The future is not what will happen ...
but what we are going to do.