A well planned, designed and merchandised redemption center is one of the most important game room investments! Our Digital Experience Architect works her magic to create custom cabinetry and prize displays for your redemption area, as well as creating custom game room layouts for your new or existing facility.
Through the talents of our on-site Digital Experience Architect, Aimeé Dolehanty, Redemption Plus offers these design services:
Consulting — Advisory counsel of game room or redemption room design
AutoCAD Drawings — Turn your space into manipulable 2D drawings
AutoCAD Game Layouts — For initial game set up or to help you become more profitable with your existing games through the use of spacing and arrangement
Oversight of Design Installation — Aimeé will work with the installation team to make sure everything is as it should be
SketchUp 3D Modeling — Turn your space into manipulable 3D drawings
Stock Designs — These are designs for those who have standard space dimensions, such as a 12' redemption counter
Common Mistakes That Ruin Design
Considering the redemption center too late in the construction process, leaving insufficient budget.
Selecting off-the-shelf, retail-type display cabinets (redemption display standards are different than retail and the use is different).
Thinking that cheaper is better. Off-the-shelf cases can fall apart easily, leaving you to scramble to replace them.
Thinking that bigger is better. It’s all about right sizing for the game sales volume and traffic.
Thinking that architects are best to design the redemption center. (They typically don’t understand the dynamics of redemption and go for form over function — meanwhile costing too much.)
Not understanding the features, and therefore, not getting an apples-to-apples bid comparison.
How is a design project completed from start to finish?
Whether you have an existing facility or are opening a new location, Redemption Plus can help you with your design needs. If you’re a new center, it’s best to consider design early in the process to avoid those terrible mistakes listed above.
A typical design project goes like this:
1 | Design introduction meeting: Aimeé will walk through our Redemption Plus design portfolio and service packages to see what will best suit your needs
2 | Preliminary design meeting: Here’s where Aimeé will review your space, wants, and specific design requirements
3 | Preliminary design: We deliver the first draft of design to ensure the Aimeé is on the right track with your needs and wants
4 | Final design: This is the final result, including any changes made after the preliminary design 👏
5 | Builder dimensions: We deliver basic design dimensions to your builder, so they can get to work
6 | Builder communication: Aimeé is open to any communication your builder may need
If you’re ready to take your redemption or game area design to the next level, reach out to Aimeé, or a Value Architect.
Aimeé Dolehanty - 913.563.4375 or firstname.lastname@example.org