Games World range change

Project Brief

To visit 207 Tesco stores in four days and update their Games world aisle to the new design standard. We were not allowed to carry out the works during busy store periods; Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Our Approach

All stores were contacted beforehand and the visit was agreed with the ‘Non-food’ manager. This was essential as store staff were used to de-merch the Games world mods before the fitting crews arrived.

On arrival the fitting teams signed in, explained the store works to the manager on duty and transmitted live photographs and information from site. Each team had three stores to visit per night so it was essential that the routing of all 207 stores was calculated in the most efficient manner possible. Visiting three stores a night also meant the fitting teams needed to be briefed correctly an confident in the works so that installs could be correct and signed off by the client.

Each store had to be set up to a specific planogram with a possibility of 20 components per mod. Stores may have included the set up and televisions, lightboxes, light fins or shelving mods.


Once the stores were routed, the schedule was sent to the client and distributed to all stores. Pre calls were made to the store managers to agree our visit and run through the works. All fitters were CSCS accredited along with production of RAMS to ensure we met all of our health and safety obligations. All works were signed off by the on duty manager and the compulsory Tesco scorecard system is used and works graded using the RAG system – all stores were to be ‘Green’.

Interested in this Project?

Send us a quick enquiry using the button below and we’ll get back to you!