With a mission to help people, Sue Ryder started her work during World War II and after the war widened her scope to support people with complex needs and life threatening conditions.
Today the charity has five neurological care centres and seven hospices across the UK supported by 450 shops nationwide, with both high street and out of town locations.
Over recent years Sue Ryder have commenced a phased rebranding programme to their shops and Bagnalls Special Projects team were awarded the contract to carry out the repair and external decoration to their retail outlets, across all regions.
It was important to provide protection to both the public and Sue Ryder staff during the works and ensure that each shop maintained trading throughout. In addition, to minimise disruption to trading, our teams painted high traffic areas when each shop was closed for the day.
It was also necessary to make sure that the shops were not left unbranded during the refurbishment work. The dedicated Project Manager produced a detailed programme in agreement with both the client and the signage company, to allow the new signage to be fitted immediately following the decorations.
Following removal of the existing signage Bagnalls carried out any necessary joinery repairs prior to the application of the full colour change decoration to the ground floor front elevation of each unit in line with programme, and allow the signage company to follow on and complete the new branding.