Sector: Leisure
Details: Ping Pong, pizzas and cocktails
Location: Battersea Power Station

In 2012, experiential leisure business State of Play Hospitality opened their first venture; ping pong brand “Bounce” in Farringdon. Since then they have opened a further two sites in London, in Old Street and most recently, Battersea Power Station.

Customers, of all ages are welcome day or night to play a variety of different ping pong formats. A range of small bites and sourdough pizzas are on the menu, alongside cocktails created in collaboration with local London bar, Three Sheets.

Additional concepts created by State of Play Hospitality include Hijingo, a futuristic bingo experience in Shoreditch and Ace Bounce in the USA.

"This was a fantastic project to work on. The excellent people we collaborated with really made the project memorable, and we worked hard to pull out all the stops to make this site a success."

Robyn Moody, Project Manager at Chapman Ventilation Ltd

Battersea Power Station

Battersea Power Station is an iconic, Art Deco, London landmark. It is Grade II* listed and one of the worlds largest brick buildings!

The site was derelict for decades, before a huge regeneration project began in 2014. Battersea Power Station has been rejuvenated and launched itself as a mini city filled with homes, offices, shops, restaurants and bars.

Now one of London’s most exciting leisure hubs, it is home to some of the biggest names in the industry which include Birdies, Boom Cycle, Bread Street Kitchen & Bar, Gordon Ramsey Street Pizza and Nando’s.

A well served project!

We were thrilled to work with Bounce and help them launch their ping pong concept in this iconic London venue.  Sustainability is important to us and we were delighted to be working with such a sustainability-driven organisation.   They have joined Zero Carbon Forum (a non-profit organisation helping hospitality businesses to reduce their carbon footprint) and they are well on their way to net zero.

Bounce was a big project and one that was full of twists and turns.  Parts of the site were different to what we were expecting but we successfully used our problem solving skills to move the project forward.

This was one of our first projects to use the new Thermoscreen fan coil units.   As a very new piece of equipment, we worked closely with the controls team to ensure the installation process went smoothly.

Our Project Managers formed excellent working relationships with everyone involved and they really enjoyed working with such a professional team. They all played to each others strengths to pull off this fantastic project together.

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