Banyards appointed LEED Commissioning Authority on Tommy Hilfiger’s flagship technologically “immersive” store.
Schwitzke Project have been managing the construction works for Tommy Hilfiger’s Regent Street flagship store. Eight Associates are appointed as the LEED consultant on the fit-out, with Banyards appointed as the LEED Commissioning Authority (Fundamental and Enhanced). Our role is to cover the mechanical and electrical commissioning elements, working to the LEED ID+C: Retail Version 4 standard. This high-profile project is due for completion in September 2017 and will be the first Tommy Hilfiger store to gain LEED certification.
The sleek new makeover sees a brand new look and feel for Tommy Hilfiger, with smart screens around the store and the changing rooms fitted with iMrrors that can suggest matching items to the product you’re trying on and enable you to request items that are then brought directly to your changing room, to save you walking round the store.