Group Director of Property Maintenance, Engineer & Innovation, Six Senses Resorts & Spas. Juergen Seidel has been promoted from group director of property maintenance for Six Senses.He will oversee all properties’ engineering departments and supporting projects, energy and environment, Green Globe® 21 benchmarking and certification, plus new project development, construction and openings. His responsibilities also include his role as project leader of zero carbon emissions for the group and the Green Globe® 21 Spa benchmarking and certification process development.
Juergen first joined Six Senses in 2002 focusing on the Evason properties in Thailand and Vietnam. He was mechanical and engineering support for project and construction through the opening of Sila Evason Hideaway at Samui, Evason Hideaway at Ana Mandara and Evason Hideaway at Hua Hin, which features the multi-award winning Earth Spa.
Prior to joining Six Senses at Evason Phuket, Juergen was project manager for Siemens Ltd Thailand - Power Transmission & Distribution, following a stint as Risk Survey Engineer for AON/Alexander & Alexander on the Bangkok BTS Skytrain and the MRTA subway system projects. He has held roles as chief engineer at Banyan Tree Phuket, Allamanda Phuket, Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit Bangkok and was director of engineering at Hotel Sofitel Raja Orchid in Khon Kaen.
David Edward Renton - Group Butler for LIFE, Six Senses Resorts & Spas. David Edward Renton has joined the Six Senses group to oversee a dual position incorporating the role of group LIFE director to manage, control and focus the sales of each resort’s LIFE activities, and group butler trainer to evaluate instructor performance and training programme effectiveness. The position will work closely with the human resource teams at both the Hub and resorts.
A British National, David brings with him almost 30 years of hospitality and management experience. Prior to joining Six Senses he held the position of operations director at the prestigious private members club Mosimann’s in London, where he was responsible for the day to day operations of the club. Prior to this he was regional director of UK Golf Management Ltd. and previous to this he was regional director of the UK American Golf Corporation Limited for nearly 10 years.