Bournemouth International Centre 22nd – 23rd April 2015 ACD are exhibiting this year. Please come and meet us on Stand No. 23 We look forward to seeing you there!
ACD Projects are pleased to have been appointed to provide a Feasibility Study for The Mayhew Animal Home.
We are pleased to be able to assist the Acorn Veterinary Surgery with the fit-out of a satellite veterinary practice.
Our senior project manager attended the grand opening of Good for Vienna’s animal protection centre of excellence on Saturday, 7th March 2015. The day was a great success with thousands of visitors and the shelter itself looks incredible. Below are some images of the completed scheme and we will be uploading a case study of
Following last year’s success, ACD are pleased to announce that they will be exhibiting again at this year’s BSAVA Congress. Come and meet our team on Stand 918. We look forward to seeing you there!
We are extremely pleased to be appointed to assist the Ljubljana Shelter for Abandoned Animals with their exciting new venture. Our client wishes to build a new and larger improved, eco friendly shelter for their animals. ACD is providing project consultancy and architectural services and is delighted to be working for this new client. We
Construction of our new Cancer Centre in the South East of England has progressed well over the winter months. This new state-of-the-art development will become one of the leading small animal cancer therapy centres in the country. With construction expected to be completed in the summer, we will keep you up-to-date with its progress. Below
Due to expansion, ACD requires a full-time Architectural Technician / Technical Architect to join our team. This is a permanent position. The ideal candidate will be proficient in ArchiCAD 10-16, or similar, with a high technical ability and a minimum of 15 years UK experience. We are looking for an individual with a flexible, common
We are delighted to announce that renovations to the Leicester Animal Aid Intake Block have now been successfully completed. The works called for a major overhaul of the Centre’s acoustic properties, along with improvements to the ventilation system, drainage and lighting. In order to improve comfort levels for dogs within the facility, each new u-PVC
Our brief for this project was to create a replacement kennel facility; encompassing improved acoustic and thermal qualities, with additional office and food preparation spaces. The new buildings design, together with an enclosed landscaped courtyard, will make the centre a more tranquil and comfortable environment for both dogs and staff alike. The construction works are
Vets Now, a returning client, has employed ACD to undertake the refurbishment and reconfiguration of their Swindon Centre.
We are pleased to advise that construction has now commenced on our new Cancer Centre project in the South East of England. Below are some 3D detailed design images and some photos of the initial construction phase showing the pile caps.