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We have worked on projects on all shapes and sizes in the veterinary and animal welfare worlds. Have a look at some of our case studies below, or click on the tags above to find ones that are similar to your project. 

John MacDougall Visitors Centre 2007

Animal Health Trust – Visitors Centre

A refurbishment for a repeat world-renowned client to convert an under-used stable block into a state of the art fit-out of a listed building, providing a 60-seater lecture theatre with computerised lighting, acoustics and electric blinds as part of the successful visitor centre facility. 

New Kennelling and Cattery Facility, Wheal Alfred Farm 2006

National Animal Welfare Trust – Wheal Alfred Farm

This was our first centre to include a wind turbine, solar water heating, heat recovery, recycled rainwater (for wash-down, laundry and toilet flushing) and a sewage treatment plant, along with locally sourced timber for the manager’s log cabin accommodation. This centre demonstrates how this type of specialist facility can be truly considered a ‘green’ development.  Wheal Alfred Farm is a kennelling

New Centre Build, Dublin 2006

Dogs Trust – Dublin

This facility for Dogs Trust in Dublin was finished, not only on time but on budget and to an exceptionally high standard. It is clearly one of the best dog rehoming facilities in the world.   The project includes a number of state-of-the-art features such as electric opening hatches for dogs, full glazed-in stainless steel compartments for the animals,

New Cattery, Heaven's Gate 2006

National Animal Welfare Trust – Heaven’s Gate

Heaven’s Gate is part of a former agricultural and livestock farm now used for re-homing dogs, cats, horses, cows, goats and small furries. Our brief for this project was to create a bespoke cattery in keeping with this traditional rural setting using materials similar to those at Wheal Alfred Farm to create a corporate feel to

Training & Exhibition Centre and Post & Store, Chelwood Gate 2005

Cats Protection – Chelwood Gate

We were commissioned to project manage the refurbishment and fit-out to the Training and Exhibition Centre at the headquarters of Cats Protection. On the first floor a high quality and high specification lecture and training facility was formed, with adaptable spaces for between 10 – 80 people, with first class audio-visual installations and adaptable environmental controls

New Centre Build, Brands Hatch 2000

Battersea Dogs and Cats Home – Brands Hatch

This challenging and exciting scheme made the best possible use of a difficult site.  BDCH had purchased a larger plot of land in a neighbouring field, which was level and perfect for a new building, however, we were unable to obtain permission to build in this field as it generally moved the centre closer to