Taking Centre Stage at ADCH Conference

Taking Centre Stage at ADCH Conference

The WWA team recently presented at the Association of Dogs & Cats Homes (ADCH) Conference in Birmingham.

ADCH promotes best practice in the welfare of animals. Membership incorporates charities and not for profit organisations, dedicated to providing fantastic facilities for animals and coordinating their rehoming.

The conference attracted over 400 delegates and covered a range of topics, including; science and technology, behaviour and training and welfare.

Chairman, Roland Tiplady and Partner, Martin Ayliffe took to the stage to share their knowledge on the management of construction projects. They described challenges that those undertaking projects of this nature face and how to overcome them.

WWA has a wealth of experience in delivering animal care facilities and managing construction project disputes. WWA has been involved in high-profile schemes for Jerry Green, Guide Dogs UK and Cats Protection. Martin and Roland were therefore, able to share their expertise and insights from previous projects.

Martin Ayliffe, Partner, said:

“It was fantastic to get the opportunity to present at the ADHC Conference and share our knowledge, experience and expertise with their members. We are passionate about helping charities and organisations achieve their aspirations for animal welfare facilities”.

“WWA is able to provide the full suite of professional services for new build and refurbishment projects, as well as dispute resolution on construction projects”.