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Bingo Success For Bagnalls!

10th January 2019 Paul Andrews

Delivering a rebranding strategy across a number of locations to a tight timescale is no mean feat but Bagnalls delivered 100% on its commitment to redecorate over 30 clubs for Buzz Bingo.

Bagnalls is a specialist painting and decorating contractor and its Special Projects division managed the redecoration of more than thirty clubs across the Southern region, with the support of the local Bagnalls branches. 

With such a varied estate the process had to planned to perfection and a bespoke redecoration scheme developed for every club.  The team at Buzz Bingo provided clear instructions for each individual site from Plymouth to Colchester.  All customer facing areas including, the lobby, bingo sales area and bingo hall were highlighted for redecoration with a contemporary colour palette of dusky pinks and greys.

To meet the exacting timescales, the Special Projects division:

  • Centrally coordinated the work across Bagnalls network of branches,
  • Ensured that hand-picked teams of directly employed painters were assigned to each of the clubs in their area,
  • Made sure that the site foreman met with the local club manager daily to reassure them of the works completed to date and that all work areas were free of hazards at the end of each working day, eliminating any risk to Buzz Bingo’s customers and staff,
  • Communicated regular updates with Buzz Bingo’s Project Team,
  • Completed all works to time and specification,
  • Offered flexibility and adapted easily to change to variations in the scope of work, and
  • Ensured that all clubs were handed over to Buzz Bingo snag free.

From the outset the remit was absolutely clear, that whilst delivering the rebranding programme, the wellbeing of the Buzz Bingo customers was paramount.  Bagnalls therefore arranged their safe systems of work to eliminate any impact the redecoration works would have on the daily influx of customers.   Of particular importance was maintaining a quiet working environment at all times, even though works were undertaken whilst the club remained open to the public. To meet this requirement, the local site teams avoided painting in the bingo halls during peak playing times.

Furthermore, Bagnalls had to plan its programme of works alongside signage and screen contractors, so the timeliness of the painting resulted in the efficient delivery of sequenced works by other contractors.

Also, key to the success of the project, was the support provided by the paint manufacturer, PPG Architectural coatings, who provided a Johnstones Trade paint specification to meet the needs of Buzz Bingo.  Special batch mixes of the accent red used to match the Buzz Bingo branding were manufactured at their site in Birstall, to ensure the colour and sheen of the new branding. 

The final feedback from the Head of Projects at Buzz Bingo, said it all “We did it!! THANKYOU…. I am really proud that we have delivered as a team our part of relaunching the business, we could NOT have done it without the passion, commitment, and drive that you have shown throughout this project.  Pass on my thanks to your teams, they deserve a huge well done for this project.  Thanks again.”

 

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