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Huge Makeover for Pam Pam

Pam Pam, one of Bristol’s most popular clubs has been given a brand new look in the hopes of attracting a wider range of guests. Set in the heart of Clifton Triangle, Pam Pam is known as one of Bristol’s busiest clubs, popular with students in the city.

The clubs owners have now given the site a fresh look and stylish makeover with work undertaken by Jenna Pascoe Interiors. The new design includes bespoke features and fittings with accompanying crushed velvet detail.

Speaking to Premier Hospitality magazine, Jenna Pascoe of Jenna Pascoe Interiors said: “It was quite a change because before the refurbishment it was very London club in style with plush seating and fabric, quite soft and was a bit more sophisticated. We decided to go down the route of more raised seating, a more relaxed feeling and harder finishes. The lighting is a bit harsher than what it was before. It has a lot more pipe work and you can see the bulb elements and things like that, which you couldn’t before. It’s not really brighter in that sort of sense but it is not quite as soft and fabric.

“There is quite a lot of original artwork that has gone up on the walls from a Bristol based artists so it has a bit more about it as well. Overall it is industrial but shabby and still chic.”

Now oozing glamour with its new modern décor and designer furniture, Pam Pam allows customers to enjoy the atmosphere through a choice of private booths and stylish seating areas.

Jenna added:  “We did rip out a few of the enclosed booths so it is a lot more open than it was before. Originally there were a lot more segregated areas which have come out. With the general layout, they didn’t want to go too structural.”

Pam Pam

Pam Pam is both large enough to play host to the discerning Bristol party crowd, but also intimate enough to create that special cosy atmosphere.

Closed for the refurbishment in April 2017, Pam Pam reopened at the beginning of May and its new look and feel has received positive feedback for those attending.

Jenna commented: “The owners are really happy with it. One of the owners is there quite a lot and from what I understand, they have had mixed feedback because, you won’t get everybody liking it but the majority of feedback has been positive. People seem to like the change so it has generally been good.”

The owners of Pam Pam are hoping that the new look will also attract a wider range of guests. Pam Pam will now open from 9pm on Fridays and Saturdays in the hopes of attracting people looking to enjoy a cocktail or two before a big night out. Guests can chose from cocktails such as a Mojito, Paradise Punch and a Grand Mimosa.  VIP drinks packages are also available offering the ultimate party experience. Guests can pick from Platinum, Gold or Silver options and receive admission, a VIP area or booth, table service and a great value drinks package.

For Jenna, the project has been one worth working on. She added: “It has been great for me because I have not really had too many projects like this on my own. Pam Pam is a large venue, one of the more popular late night bars in Bristol and has been established for a long time. It has a good reputation and is a very popular place, so for me to take that on and be involved with that has been great.”

For further information visit: http://pampam.co.uk/

Pam Pam

I & M Services Ltd

 I & M Services Ltd specialise in the refurbishment and conversion of mechanical installations, including hot & cold water systems, heating systems, air conditioning and mechanical ventilation for use in domestic, commercial and industrial projects. I & M Services Ltd has been in operation since February 2000 and within this time the company has been involved with an array of refurbishment and conversion projects for leading names including Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury’s, Co-Op and Centre Parcs, as well as schemes for various schools, offices, residential buildings and bars.

Most recently, I & M Services Ltd has been involved in Pam Pam Bristol. Working on this project, I&M Services Ltd were involved in the refurbishment of the ladies’ and gent’s toilets, as well the plumbing in the kitchen & bar area, to ensure everything was in good working order.

Lindsey Clyne, I & M Services Ltd, said:

“We have been involved with Pam Pam’s since 2003, carrying refurbishment and maintenance when required, so we were glad to be involved with this latest project.”

Lindsey added:

“We aim to build up good relationships with clients and main contractors to ensure that all works run smoothly and that projects are delivered on time. All our team take health & safety very seriously and ensure all old materials are disposed of correctly and safely.”

 

Plumb Construction

Plumb Construction specialises in installations, maintenance and structural repairs for residential and commercial properties, offering an adaptable and flexible service. The company has been in operation for two years, but is backed by a team which boasts more than 20 years’ experience in the industry.

Over the past two years, Plumb Construction have taken on projects of varying size, from window fit-outs and the installation of bathroom suites in customers’ homes, to projects of a much larger scale, including the installation of 30 kitchens at Riverside Retirement Apartments. The company is also in close contact with Bristol City Council, often being asked to help maintain their properties.

Most recently, Plumb Construction has been involved with the refurbishment of PamPam, taking the project from rip-out to re-fit. All building, decorating, cladding works were completed by Plumb Construction, who worked closely with the club’s owners to get the job finished on schedule and to a fantastic standard.

Paul Hennessy, Plumb Construction, said:

“This project was important as it gives us the opportunity to show PamPam’s guests the quality and high standards our company can offer.”

Paul added:

“At Plumb Construction, we pride ourselves on customer satisfaction, which is achieved through our skilled workmanship.”

 

 

 

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