TES has helped many retailers who’ve attempted to save money by hiring “one man” engineering firms. These firms are often limited in expertise and challenged by complex regulations that hold up the plan approval process. When the retailer needs increased utility capacities, TES often becomes the governing agent for both the developer and the retailer in order to avoid miscommunication. This not only preserves the lease deal, but also ensures that the retailer is given the most accurate information up front.
In one case, it took seven drawing submissions for a plan to be approved by the Landlord before it could be submitted to the city. The requisite approvals were only achieved when the owner brought in the TES team to produce quality, on-point documents.