Having delivered all his works with the ease of a man going about his business, Louis Gerard Saliot is not a man to be intrigued with the scale and magnitude of any work. The world is aware of his contribution to the various tourism industry across the globe, and due to his intervention with his projects, many countries have found a new and regenerated source of income in tourism.
Having worked single handedly in many projects, Louis Gerard Saliot has achieved all his goals with very little effort. He gets inspiration from all sources and corners of life and his sole determination to see the project through has only given light to his dedication and work ethics that are impeccable. Even though he has garnered all accolades and prizes known to his sector of work, his ideas are still grounded and based on the beauty of that place and the cultural value, rather than the materialistic ideas.
Apart from getting hishugely successful venture for the masses, he is more into helping in the development of that nation and helping in the masses to gain knowledge from it. All his efforts are lauded in a global scale and have tremendous value in the international arena. His success stories are numerous and his presence is not matched by anyone in the entire industry.
Despite of all this fame and fortune which surrounds him, Louis Gerard Saliot is a well-grounded man, with no materialistic goals. His devotion and dedication to each and every project is not questionable. Having bought the Nabadola Marine project in Fiji, and making the people there earn a decent living off it, he is widely revered in that island nation. Massive construction work was the source of income for a lot of Fijians and a lot of the educated inhabitants of the island were given reputed jobs in that project. The government of Fiji has always expressed their heartiest wishes to him and the beauty of the island has been inculcated and preserved in this project, a symbiotic landscape that has only benefitted this island nation.
Louis Gerard Saliot has a firm belief that the soul and heart of the place is enough to draw people and attract them rather than the materialistic structures. His formula for success is to always stick to the identity of that place and built along with it, rather than create a new identity for that place.