Property Services: Strengthening The Foundation Of Our Business
Strengthening The Foundation Of Our Business
Tapping our in-house capabilities in intelligent 3D modelling, our team is able to create designs, identify risks and streamline plans before building stores on the ground in our markets globally. This and much more to help our customers get the best experience while shopping with us.
The Property Services Team comprises of a diverse range of professionals – engineers, architects, interior designers, analysts, buyers and quantity surveyors – who are engaged in designing and maintaining Tesco stores worldwide across UK, Asia, and Europe. With an estate size of more than 5 million sq. ft. and growing, and a total land take of 3,150 acres, along with movable assets and equipment, we lead in setting standards in architecture and design for Tesco stores as the team works across all four phases of a store’s lifecycle: Acquire, Design, Build and Maintain.
Case Study: Property Services team shortlisted at prestigious Frost & Sullivan’s 2017 project recognition programme
The team's initiative in using innovative technology to improve collaboration among teams and efficiently designing processes to save costs significantly recognised at a national platform.
The project submitted by Tesco Bengaluru's Property Services team is one of the 93 shortlisted entries contending for the award. Tesco's project was selected from thousands of entries that came through and has been selected along with companies like Apollo Clinics, Dr. Reddy's, HDFC and Bajaj Sun Life Insurance. With a real estate portfolio spread over multiple countries and managed by many stakeholders a seamless communication and collaboration is essential for the success of projects.
To mitigate rework and delays due to late identification of risks, a holistic process stitched together all design information for a connected perspective. Technology played a role - Building Information Modelling (BIM) helped to innovatively drive efficiencies in the design process, increasing collaboration and controlling costs.