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Brick Foundation help with JSPCA Small Animal Centre Project

Work has begun on the project selected by the Brick Foundation at the JSPCA.

Possibly the biggest project they have attempted to date!

The aim is to re develop one of the old kennel blocks and turn this building into a bespoke Small Animal Centre. This will house animals such as rabbits, rodents, reptiles and even kittens. The centre will contain purpose-built units to suit the specific needs of each species.

The estimated timescale for this project from start to finish is a mere 12-14 weeks. This is a seriously largescale project that would normally take many months.

The reason for this is simple. The JSPCA need to maximize the value and potential of the St Saviours road site, in order to be sustainable for many years into the future. Whilst in no way sacrificing the needs of the animals. This building will clear the way for all the future projects that the JSPCA has in mind in order to achieve these goals.
 
Steve Jewell:
“I’m extremely proud and grateful for my Jersey Construction Colleagues to come together, and pull off the Brick foundations largest project to date. Their generosity never ceases to amaze me, and demonstrates how strong their desire is to put something back into our community”.  
 
Andy Fleet (Project Manager – Bridgewater Property):
“When I visited the team at the JSPCA to see how our charity could help them, we had numerous project options, but we wanted and decided to go for the big-one. It was a very ambitious challenge and project size, but with a fantastic design team, contractor and suppliers, we’re about to get this over the line”.
 
Dominic Wilmott (Main Contractor – Hacquoil & Cook):
When Andy (Fleet) called me to explain what our charity was doing this year, we immediately said yes. The JSPCA is such a great organisation, and provide an invaluable service to Jersey’s community and animals welfare, and having now built this unit, this great service will continue to many families and animals for years to come.”