We are proud to announce that last February we handed over our £4.2m project at Battersea Dogs and Cats Home in Windsor – Congratulations to all involved in this challenging but rewarding project.
We worked directly with Battersea Dogs and Cats Home to modernise and replace their existing puppy and new intake kennels. We constructed four single storey kennel blocks, updated their exercise paddocks and the connecting walkways and roadways. There was a key focus on the dogs’ overall wellbeing, with amenities like underfloor heating really showcasing this.
For a tour around this important building click to watch our completion drone video below;
Working alongside PT Projects, Jonathan Clark Architects, Thornton Reynolds and Fluid Structures Ltd we managed to deliver a fantastic service and a great end product. The client was delighted with their new facility and we’re sure that there will be lots of four legged friends that will be happy in their new kennels!
As a company we recognise the amazing services that Battersea Dogs and Cats Home provide and we wanted to help their cause. Our staff raised over £400 from our participation in the Extra Mile Challenge cycling event. As a gesture of good will we also donated a bespoke media wall for Battersea’s new board room. With each project we undertake we look to include social and added value throughout and believe that these gestures celebrate the partnerships that we create on projects such as this.
We asked our Construction & SHE Director, Martin Petts, for his thoughts on this project; “This project was a challenging one at times, especially when it came to the demanding ground conditions. However, we ultimately ended up with a very happy client and a fantastic new facility that we are very proud of.”
We’re extremely proud of our work for Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, it is always great to see a team overcome challenges to produce a great end project.
In further exciting news for this scheme, the facility was officially opened by the Duchess of Cornwall, to help prepare for an anticipated increase in unwanted puppies. To read about the visit from their Royal Patron click here to visit the Battersea Dogs & Cats Home website.
HRH The Duchess of Cornwall’s Battersea rescue dog Beth helps to officially open the new kennels named in her honour on a visit to the charity’s Old Windsor centre in Berkshire.
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