Redemption Plus Finalizes Game Room Designs


After a yearlong process of working alongside customers and consultants, Redemption Plus has developed and finalized a full suite of redemption and game room design solutions to help new business owners or those looking to renovate. The process also resulted in the company signing five project agreements with FECs since Oct. 1.

Aimee Dolehanty at work on Redemption Plus' new layout designs.

Aimee Dolehanty at work on Redemption Plus’ new layout designs.

Aimee Dolehanty, the company’s Digital Experience Architect, spearheaded the program after being hired in 2015. Through her leadership, the company is happy to now offer a “one-stop-shop” for FEC design, redemption room design and game room layout. Redemption Plus says their solutions offer in depth information, from AutoCAD creation and 3D modeling to electrical layouts and install supervision, for new FEC and game room operators to build from the ground up.

“Each time I work on any project I keep the experience in mind,” Dolehanty said. “In my direct work, I am obsessed with creating a redemption room or counter that is on par with the most exciting game out there. I spend time researching extraordinary design and work on creating experiential fixtures, while infusing movement and lighting into the room anywhere I can.”

Several FECs helped test and create the multitude of offerings, including Bowl New England, Shenanigans and Uptown Alley. Customers have the option to employ only the expertise they’re in need of, saving time and money by choosing from the design options that works for them. Throughout the design and implementation process, a team comprised of Dolehanty, the customer’s Redemption Plus “Value Architect,” the contracted builder and customer’s staff are all involved each step of the way to ensure alignment on the project and minimize error.

For more information, check out Redemption Plus’ booth (#1300) at the 2016 IAAPA Attractions Expo in November.


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