Barry Van Es Retail Design provides a flexible retail design service which is available from one to three levels depending on the clients requirements.

A sized Pharmacies (0 – 150 square metres)

Includes:

  1. Site visit to measure up and develop a design brief with the client.
  2. Concept plan sent to client.
  3. Up to three revisions of the plan to arrive at a final layout.
    After the first draft of the plan is presented to the client feed back is sought to further develop the plan and arrive at a final revision that the client is pleased with. Up to three revisions are allowed for (see Explanatory Notes below for further information).
  4. Victorian Pharmacy Authority plan and Dispensary Elevation.

Cost : $ 2145-00 plus GST

These drawings can be taken to a pharmacy specialist shopfitters for quoting obligation free as the drawings are owned by the client.

Includes:

Design

  1. Ceiling plan
  2. Electrical plan
  3. Floor finishes plan
  4. Section of a typical wall. A cut through view to indicate wall construction.
  5. Sections of all new counters. Cut through views to indicate counter construction.

Tendering and Fitout support 

  1. Scope of works document. A written document that outlines the works to be carried out by the shopfitter on behalf of the client for quoting purposes.
    These are to be submitted by the client to shopfitters of their choice (Barry Van Es Retail Design can also provide a list of Recommended Shopfitters at your request).
  2. Tender appraisal – feed back and advice given to the client regarding submitted quotations.
  3. Shopfitter liaison – i.e.: queries regarding submitted tenders, Barry Van Es Retail Design drawings as well as drawings provide by the shopfitter*.

The successful contractor will be required to provide Level 3 drawings for sign off by the client so that there is no ambiguity in terms of the final product to be delivered.

Costs (includes Level 1 service) $ 3400-00 plus GST

Includes:

  1. Elevations of all walls
  2. Front, side and rear elevations of all fixtures where required.
  3. Finishes schedule detailing paint colours, laminates etc.

Cost (includes Level 1 & 2 service)  $ 6090-00 plus GST.

These drawings can be used to tender quotations which can be accurately compared with each other as there is no ambiguity in terms of the final product to be delivered.

The client is the owner of the designs. This service will email plans and Cad files to contractors at the request of the client (only).

Drawings are typically sent by email as PDF files however, the client can request hard A3 copies to be sent to them by mail at any stage (no extra charge).

Final inspection. A defects list will be provided to client by Barry Van Es Retail Design. The client will be advised accordingly regarding final payment. See note below regarding travel costs.

If the client does not wish to proceed to Level 2 or 3

The client can take the plan to a shopfitter (in whom they have confidence) and engage them to do Level 2 & 3 drawings. The shopfitter can then provide a quote based on the drawings they have done for the client. I am happy to forward the Cad file to the shopfitter at the clients request.

Shopfitters often do not charge for this design service as their design costs are recouped through the sale of the fitout.

Tendering

Both Level 2 and Level 3 options allow for a competitive tendering process (albeit that one is more accurate than the other). Typically the difference between the lowest and highest quote from a tender can vary between 15 – 30%.

I can provide a list of recommended shopfitters at the clients request. These are pharmacy experienced contractors about whom I have received positive feedback from my clients.

Revisions

The number of revisions is commensurate with time taken on behalf of the client to consider before hand design requirements and their aspirations for their business.

Level 1 service allows for up to 3 revisions of the plans in terms of adjustments. Further revisions will be charged at the standard rate of $130-00 per hours plus GST.

All revisions that are required as a result of a change of (the original) design brief from the client will be charged at the standard rate of $130-00 per hours plus GST.

Terminology

Elevations – Front views or back views of fixtures and walls that need to be constructed.

Finishes Schedule – Table of colours and finishes in terms of paints, floor finishes and laminates.

Revision – The next version of the plan after feed back has been received from the client.

Sections – View of a wall, counter or other fixture showing it as if it where cut through the middle.

This kind of view conveys a considerable amount of information in terms of what the fixture will look like. Front and rear elevations of the fixtures will be required from the successful shopfitter afterwards so that there is no ambiguity in terms of the finished product (Level 2 service).

Scope of Works – Written document outlining all of the works that are and are not to be carried out by the successful contractor. This additional document is important as the drawings on their own do not convey who is responsible for every aspect of the job. Partitioning, shop fronts, strip out and floor finishes are examples of aspects of the fitout that can be carried out by local trades people with whom the client may have a relationship. The successful shopfitting contractor would then coordinate these trades.

B sized Pharmacies (150 – 250 square metres)

Includes:

  1. Site visit to measure up and develop a design brief with the client.
  2. Concept plan sent to client.
  3. Up to three revisions of the plan to arrive at a final layout.
    After the first draft of the plan is presented to the client feed back is sought to further develop the plan and arrive at a final revision that the client is pleased with. Up to three revisions are allowed for (see Explanatory Notes below for further information).
  4. Victorian Pharmacy Authority plan and Dispensary Elevation.

Cost : $ 2390-00 plus GST

These drawings can be taken to a pharmacy specialist shopfitters for quoting obligation free as the drawings are owned by the client.

Includes:

Design

  1. Ceiling plan
  2. Electrical plan
  3. Floor finishes plan
  4. Section of a typical wall. A cut through view to indicate wall construction.
  5. Sections of all new counters. Cut through views to indicate counter construction.

Tendering and Fitout support

  1. Scope of works document. A written document that outlines the works to be carried out by the shopfitter on behalf of the client for quoting purposes.
    These are to be submitted by the client to shopfitters of their choice (Barry Van Es Retail Design can also provide a list of Recommended Shopfitters at your request).
  2. Tender appraisal – feed back and advice given to the client regarding submitted quotations.
  3. Shopfitter liaison – i.e.: queries regarding submitted tenders, Barry Van Es Retail Design drawings as well as drawings provide by the shopfitter*.

The successful contractor will be required to provide Level 3 drawings for sign off by the client so that there is no ambiguity in terms of the final product to be delivered.

Costs (includes Level 1 service) $ 3960-00 plus GST

Includes:

  1. Elevations of all walls
  2. Front, side and rear elevations of all fixtures where required.
  3. Finishes schedule detailing paint colours, laminates etc.

Cost (includes Level 1 & 2 service)  $ 7420-00 plus GST

These drawings can be used to tender quotations which can be accurately compared with each other as there is no ambiguity in terms of the final product to be delivered.

The client is the owner of the designs. This service will email plans and Cad files to contractors at the request of the client (only).

Drawings are typically sent by email as PDF files however, the client can request hard A3 copies to be sent to them by mail at any stage (no extra charge).

Final inspection. A defects list will be provided to client by Barry Van Es Retail Design. The client will be advised accordingly regarding final payment. See note below regarding travel costs.

If the client does not wish to proceed to Level 2 or 3

The client can take the plan to a shopfitter (in whom they have confidence) and engage them to do Level 2 & 3 drawings. The shopfitter can then provide a quote based on the drawings they have done for the client. I am happy to forward the Cad file to the shopfitter at the clients request.

Shopfitters often do not charge for this design service as their design costs are recouped through the sale of the fitout. 

Tendering

Both Level 2 and Level 3 options allow for a competitive tendering process (albeit that one is more accurate than the other). Typically the difference between the lowest and highest quote from a tender can vary between 15 – 30%.

I can provide a list of recommended shopfitters at the clients request. These are pharmacy experienced contractors about whom I have received positive feedback from my clients.

Revisions

The number of revisions is commensurate with time taken on behalf of the client to consider before hand design requirements and their aspirations for their business.

Level 1 service allows for up to 3 revisions of the plans in terms of adjustments. Further revisions will be charged at the standard rate of $130-00 per hours plus GST.

All revisions that are required as a result of a change of (the original) design brief from the client will be charged at the standard rate of $130-00 per hours plus GST.

Terminology

Elevations – Front views or back views of fixtures and walls that need to be constructed.

Finishes Schedule – Table of colours and finishes in terms of paints, floor finishes and laminates.

Revision – The next version of the plan after feed back has been received from the client.

Sections – View of a wall, counter or other fixture showing it as if it where cut through the middle.

This kind of view conveys a considerable amount of information in terms of what the fixture will look like. Front and rear elevations of the fixtures will be required from the successful shopfitter afterwards so that there is no ambiguity in terms of the finished product (Level 2 service).

Scope of Works – Written document outlining all of the works that are and are not to be carried out by the successful contractor. This additional document is important as the drawings on their own do not convey who is responsible for every aspect of the job. Partitioning, shop fronts, strip out and floor finishes are examples of aspects of the fitout that can be carried out by local trades people with whom the client may have a relationship. The successful shopfitting contractor would then coordinate these trades.

C sized Pharmacies (250 – 400 square metres)

Includes:

  1. Site visit to measure up and develop a design brief with the client.
  2. Concept plan sent to client.
  3. Up to three revisions of the plan to arrive at a final layout.
    After the first draft of the plan is presented to the client feed back is sought to further develop the plan and arrive at a final revision that the client is pleased with. Up to three revisions are allowed for (see Explanatory Notes below for further information).
  4. Victorian Pharmacy Authority plan and Dispensary Elevation.

Cost : $ 2570-00 plus GST

These drawings can be taken to a pharmacy specialist shopfitters for quoting obligation free as the drawings are owned by the client.

Includes:

Design

  1. Ceiling plan
  2. Electrical plan
  3. Floor finishes plan
  4. Section of a typical wall. A cut through view to indicate wall construction.
  5. Sections of all new counters. Cut through views to indicate counter construction.

Tendering and Fitout support 

  1. Scope of works document. A written document that outlines the works to be carried out by the shopfitter on behalf of the client for quoting purposes.
    These are to be submitted by the client to shopfitters of their choice (Barry Van Es Retail Design can also provide a list of Recommended Shopfitters at your request).
  2. Tender appraisal – feed back and advice given to the client regarding submitted quotations.
  3. Shopfitter liaison – i.e.: queries regarding submitted tenders, Barry Van Es Retail Design drawings as well as drawings provide by the shopfitter*.

The successful contractor will be required to provide Level 3 drawings for sign off by the client so that there is no ambiguity in terms of the final product to be delivered.

Costs (includes Level 1 service) $ 4600-00 plus GST

Includes:

  1. Elevations of all walls
  2. Front, side and rear elevations of all fixtures where required.
  3. Finishes schedule detailing paint colours, laminates etc.

Cost (includes Level 1 & 2 service)  $ 8680-00 plus GST

These drawings can be used to tender quotations which can be accurately compared with each other as there is no ambiguity in terms of the final product to be delivered.

The client is the owner of the designs. This service will email plans and Cad files to contractors at the request of the client (only).

Drawings are typically sent by email as PDF files however, the client can request hard A3 copies to be sent to them by mail at any stage (no extra charge).

Final inspection. A defects list will be provided to client by Barry Van Es Retail Design. The client will be advised accordingly regarding final payment. See note below regarding travel costs.

If the client does not wish to proceed to Level 2 or 3

The client can take the plan to a shopfitter (in whom they have confidence) and engage them to do Level 2 & 3 drawings. The shopfitter can then provide a quote based on the drawings they have done for the client. I am happy to forward the Cad file to the shopfitter at the clients request.

Shopfitters often do not charge for this design service as their design costs are recouped through the sale of the fitout. 

Tendering

Both Level 2 and Level 3 options allow for a competitive tendering process (albeit that one is more accurate than the other). Typically the difference between the lowest and highest quote from a tender can vary between 15 – 30%.

I can provide a list of recommended shopfitters at the clients request. These are pharmacy experienced contractors about whom I have received positive feedback from my clients.

Revisions

The number of revisions is commensurate with time taken on behalf of the client to consider before hand design requirements and their aspirations for their business.

Level 1 service allows for up to 3 revisions of the plans in terms of adjustments. Further revisions will be charged at the standard rate of $130-00 per hours plus GST.

All revisions that are required as a result of a change of (the original) design brief from the client will be charged at the standard rate of $130-00 per hours plus GST.

Terminology

Elevations – Front views or back views of fixtures and walls that need to be constructed.

Finishes Schedule – Table of colours and finishes in terms of paints, floor finishes and laminates.

Revision – The next version of the plan after feed back has been received from the client.

Sections – View of a wall, counter or other fixture showing it as if it where cut through the middle.

This kind of view conveys a considerable amount of information in terms of what the fixture will look like. Front and rear elevations of the fixtures will be required from the successful shopfitter afterwards so that there is no ambiguity in terms of the finished product (Level 2 service).

Scope of Works – Written document outlining all of the works that are and are not to be carried out by the successful contractor. This additional document is important as the drawings on their own do not convey who is responsible for every aspect of the job. Partitioning, shop fronts, strip out and floor finishes are examples of aspects of the fitout that can be carried out by local trades people with whom the client may have a relationship. The successful shopfitting contractor would then coordinate these trades.