Because malls and the retail industry are constantly changing, you need a utility solution that keeps up with the successful introduction of new tenants.
It may be tempting, for example, to simply combine previous tenants’ electrical services into a new tenant’s space, but this practice is not always in the landlord’s best interest as many other factors contribute to utility allocations.
1 / Accurate representation of the resources available
2 / Live, constantly changing document and solution
3 / Backed by engineering and construction experience
4 / Allows TC to say “yes” to a new tenant more quickly while already knowing the impact to the building and other tenants
5 / Keeps tenants informed
This solution pays for itself because it gets tenants under construction sooner and provides city approval more quickly. Utility tracking saves a tremendous amount of resources in the tenant coordination department, and at the property level.