AV Group supporting The Africa Trust

We at the AV Group and Danzer Limited are aware that keeping our staff members hydrated will aid them to perform at their very best throughout the work day. As a result, we decided to invest in water coolers from AquAid – our unique relationship with AquAid has also given our company the opportunity to help those less fortunate than ourselves.

Our decision to install a water cooler from AquAid means that for each one of the machines that we have, we have donated £20 per year per cooler to The Africa Trust.

Through our contributions to The Africa Trust, an ‘Elephant Pump’ is being installed in Africa on our behalf. This pump will bring much needed, clean, fresh drinking water and improve the quality of life of those who will have access to our well.

Our company’s name will be displayed proudly on our well and we look forward to adding some photos and letters of thanks from the villages to our site in the near future.

AquAid, along with their sister company Perfect Printer Cartridges have to date donated over 6 Million Pounds to Charity. www.aquaid.co.uk


May 1st, 2013|

AV Danzer wins £236k project for Clayhall Park Cricket Pavilion

AV Danzer, the Denton-based manufacturer of modular and portable buildings, has been appointed by the London Borough of Redbridge to provide a ten module cricket pavilion at Clayhall Park in North East London.

The modular building is being manufactured at Danzer’s Nottingham site and the installation will be completed by the end of March to accommodate the return of a colony of bats which has made the old pavilion its home in recent years.

The Danzer team will commence demolition of the old pavilion building in mid-January and will undertake all associated ground works and the construction of a raft foundation whilst the modular LinkPak NG buildings are manufactured. The new building will also provide a roost for the returning bats which migrate during the winter months.

The new facility will provide 2195 sq ft of space and will include home and away changing rooms, showers and toilets as well as a new club house, storage space and a referees’ facility. During the winter months the pavilion building will be used by other sports teams in the area.

Commenting on the contract Dan Holloway, Danzer Project Manager said: “This is an unusual project as we are working to nature’s deadline not a sporting or construction one. The bats will return at the beginning of April so we need to ensure that the building will be ready to accommodate them by that point. It happens to co-incide with the start of the cricket season which is also convenient.”

He continues: “We are in the process of manufacturing the bespoke modules and, as we have our own manufacturing facility, we are able to be totally flexible and build into the design whatever features our customers require, which in this case includes a bat roost. We received the order just days before Christmas and manufacturing began immediately.”

The Danzer team will be on-site from mid-January for demolition and ground works and the pavilion will be ready for the start of the cricket season in May.

February 18th, 2013|