TPG were engaged by a retained client to produce a new concept store fit-out in partnership with their own in-house visual merchandising team. The concept would become the flagship brand for the chain and would be rolled out across the client’s existing estate.
Working closely with the client, TPG undertook feasibility works and outline designs to develop the initial brief. Budget costs were produced in accordance with these and presented back to the Client which resulted in the project being signed off. TPG were fundamental to the whole design process and were engaged by the client to act as CDM-Coordinator for the project under CDM 2007. TPG then produced detailed design drawings prior to tendering the works. These drawings were also used to make the relevant applications in order to satisfy statutory obligations in the form of both Building Regulation and Planning approvals. The contract had been agreed under a JCT Minor Works with Contractors Design format. This and all other contract documents were produced by our Project Manager and in-house specialist team in accordance with client requirements allowing our Project Manager to fully administer the contract. Throughout the construction phase the project was managed with full autonomy by our Project Manager who was extremely adaptable to client change as the design was very much conceptual. The outcome was an extremely satisfied client that could use a new corporate branding to drive their business forward.
Throughout the whole project life TPG were able to provide a single point of contact regarding all aspects of the work which allowed us to fully meet client requirements. As recognition of our role in this project we have since been retained for future new stores and refits by the client.
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