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Marks and Spencer Uxbridge

Marks & Spencer

What The Client Wanted

Marks & Spencer are one of the top leaders in the supermarket industry. For them actively monitoring their competition and staying ahead of their competitors is essential.

Our client approached us to help them refurbish over 400 Marks & Spencer stores nationwide as part of their re-branding, as their shop fronts are changing from the corporate green to a new classy white, whilst keeping the iconic Marks & Spencer’s logo in green.

What We Did

The initial challenge to overcome was to provide advanced solutions in terms of accessing the areas to be worked on; we supplied additional teams to complete the works in the allocated time, whilst also working around the busy public walkways whilst the store was actively trading.

As it always is, precision masking of all the surrounding areas was vital, not only to ensure surrounding businesses building’s were protected, but to protect the areas that were not being sprayed. Ensuring our operatives were protected with barriers was a must, as a company we pride ourselves on health and safety.

The teams worked through the night which meant we were require to supply sufficient lighting to illuminate the working area. Also, as we were working through the night, we were required to actively monitor the decibel level on our equipment to ensure the surrounding residents were not disturbed.

CJ Paint Spraying completed all works on time and on budget leaving a very happy client.

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WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS HAD TO SAY?

“We have used CJ Paint Spraying a couple of times for on site spraying services along with repairs to our external cladding. All of the work they have completed for us has been spot on! It always looks brand new, and the teams are friendly and professional, we couldn't recommend enough.”

David Netherway 14th March 2018