This position reports to the Manager of Tenant Coordination and is responsible for all TC activity for an assigned properties. The position involves a) coordinating with departments such as Leasing, Legal, Preconstruction, Construction, and Mall Management to facilitate Tenant Openings, b) providing guidance to Leasing in regard to all design and construction activities, c) estimating, bidding, contracting, and executing Landlord’s work for on time delivery of spaces, and d) getting tenants open without delay.
• Aid Leasing in negotiating LLW or Tenant scope of work in coordination in the lease and properly document these items via Change Logs. • Work with local governmental authorities to develop expedited plan review, establish construction inspection requirements, and accelerate the issuance of a C of O, specifically about development or transformation properties. • Review deals for possible acceleration of Landlord Work (LLW), design, and construction activity, and recommend to TC Management & Leasing (seek executive approvals of same) to accelerate the timeline to help ensure target openings/ priority rent commencement dates are met. • Work with the Preconstruction Manager to procure estimates for LLW and submit to Leasing to accurately reflect cost for the anticipated scope of LLW. Also, the Senior TC is also responsible for providing Leasing with alternatives to reduce costs and/or better utilize configuration of the space. • The Sr. TC is responsible for scheduling LLW to coincide with the anticipated delivery of the premises. • Sr. TC’s are expected to coordinate more difficult projects that involve higher end tenants, with more stringent storefront criteria. • Assist tenants (especially those with little or no construction experience) through the permitting and build out process. • Review, comment and approve tenant plans to ensure specific mall criteria for compliance and design intent. • Anticipate issues/ problems by analyzing the necessary timelines for plans, construction, LLW, permitting, coordination of exiting tenants, and prevent delays by escalating/ resolving the issues before they cause a delay in delivery or opening. • Maintain and monitor a detail Tenant Construction Report to ensure that any delivery dates required by a lease with penalties are not missed. This includes monitoring in process deals and escalating any deal that is in danger of missing the delivery date and proposing solutions to ensure the delivery date is met. (Such as starting LLW before lease execution or having a delivery date changed in an unexecuted lease to be in line with what is possible). • Recognize issues that have a material impact on the company and bring them to the attention of the Manager with suggested solutions as applicable. • Evaluates workload and asks for help when the volume is high or volunteers to help other team members when time permits. • Attend Leasing and Development meetings, as required, and proactively communicate with the team (Leasing/ Legal) to identify and resolve issues before them delaying a delivery date or opening date. • Facilitate tenant openings to ensure that tenants open without delay.