Time to rally the troops? When it comes to retail coordination, Designlincd operates like a well-oiled machine. We’re organised, process oriented, and proactive, and with decades of experience in service coordination, we know how to keep things running smoothly.
We communicate effectively with leasing agents, project architects, services consultants, and construction companies, using a data-based coordination program we’ve developed over our 20 years in the industry. Our strategy and reporting systems allow for the sharing and reporting of real time information quickly and securely.
What we provide:
Project Team coordination
Design and cost evaluation
Risk mitigation of development progress and completion
Live reporting systems for cost and progress benefits
Previous Retail Tenancy Coordination collaborations have included:
Enex100 – St Georges Terrace – Perth – WA – Enex100 Perth is a leader in food offerings and food outlet design within the city centre. Designlincd were responsible for the delivery of the design review management, and undertook the tenancy co-ordination, resulting in a highly successful centre open for trading, with 100% trading of their 45 tenancies on opening day.
Claremont Quarter – Stage 1 – WA – Designlincd were responsible for the design review and tenancy coordination of 60 proposed tenancies. This included the relocation and coordination of existing retailers and the addition of new retailers, reporting of design progress, cost reporting and cost variation finalization of consultants and main contractor works.
Wesley Quarter – WA – Designlincd undertook the design review management and tenancy coordination within the parameters of a heritage listed building in the city centre, consisting of 20 tenancies.
Cockburn Gateway Shopping City – Stage 2 – WA – Designlincd worked in conjunction with Roxby Architects to deliver approximately 60 tenancies, doing both the tenancy coordination, cost reporting, progress review and design review of all specialty retail tenancies, working with all members of the project team.
Livingston Marketplace – Stage 2 – WA – Designlincd was the Retail Design Manager and Tenancy Co-coordinator for the project, which consisted of approximately 35 tenancies. Our role involved liaising with leasing agents, retailers, consultants and shop fitters, while maintaining cost control and reporting to the client.
Robina Town Centre – Gold Coast QLD – Karen was part of a team which coordinated over 200 Retailers in a new retail concept for Australia, comprising approximately 200 tenancies.
Kingsway City Shopping Centre – WA – Karen project managed all aspects of the 35 tenancies for this project, design review and coordination, including the writing and compilation of the Architectural Design Guide.
The Galleria Morley – WA – Karen coordinated the retailers and assessed their fit-out designs, seeing them through to completion. Her role included reporting to the client, cost control and progress reporting. In addition, she formulated and wrote the Food Hall Design Guide. This project involved approximately 100 tenancies.