Are you wanting you exhibit re-developed, or perhaps looking to create a new enclosure?

 


Mark and Chris have a combined 35 year + of experience in the animal industry, working in various roles from keeper, head keeper, head of education and research, and for the last several years, building enrichment and exhibits for collections worldwide.

Approaching an enclosure build from the perspective of an animal carer allows us to work with you to develop an impressive exhibit that is both functional from the keeper and the species perspective.  What could be better than that?

How does it work?


Once you have decided to get in contact with us (please use the form below or email us direct on [email protected]), we will come to you for a site visit.
Here we will discuss your need’s, including…
– The species
– Individual animal needs
– The size of the exhibit
– Any influences for your design
– Keeper needs
– Built in feeders and enrichment
– Time and dates of the build

The follow up to the meeting


Once we have all of the information we need, we will then go away and get to work.  From our own ideas and criteria set by you, we will create a complete 3D design of your new exhibit.
This design will usually have 2-3 different options which will be dependant on your budget and time.  The idea behind creating a fully scaled 3D design is two fold.  First of all it allows us to see any potential issues before a single piece of timber is cut.  Secondly, it allows you to take a look around your new exhibit and make any changes.

Once we have completed the design, we will present this to you with a timespan and cost of each of the ideas.
The differences in the designs will start with a more basic option, with further parts to the design added based on your budget.

 

How long does the build take?


This really depends on several factors, from budget (and so how many of us will be working on the build) through to the complexity of the design.
But, as a guide, we have completed smaller refurbs in a day, right through to large constructions in six days.

But, all of this will be discussed in the planning stages.  One thing we do know, considering the size of the construction, we can complete an awful lot in a short period of time.  It’s our passion, we love doing it, and so we get the job done.

What next?


It’s now down to you to get in touch with us.  No doubt the reason you are here is because you have seen our previous builds, either via social media or by stumbling across this website.  Either way, you’re curious and so wanted to find out more.  So either send us an email at [email protected] or fill out the form at the bottom of the page and we will start the ball rolling, even if it’s just for a chat.  We look forward to hearing from you.

One last thing


Be sure to fill out the contact form to the right.  We have also put together a little video for you to show how the 3D model transforms into the finished article.  Check it out below.

 

    Are you wanting you exhibit re-developed, or perhaps looking to create a new enclosure?

     

    Mark and Chris have a combined 35 year + of experience in the animal industry, working in various roles from keeper, head keeper, head of education and research, and for the last several years, building enrichment and exhibits for collections worldwide.

    Approaching an enclosure build from the perspective of an animal carer allows us to work with you to develop an impressive exhibit that is both functional from the keeper and the species perspective.  What could be better than that?

    How does it work?


    Once you have decided to get in contact with us (please use the form below or email us direct on [email protected]), we will come to you for a site visit.
    Here we will discuss your need’s, including…
    – The species
    – Individual animal needs
    – The size of the exhibit
    – Any influences for your design
    – Keeper needs
    – Built in feeders and enrichment
    – Time and dates of the build

    The follow up to the meeting

     

    Once we have all of the information we need, we will then go away and get to work.  From our own ideas and criteria set by you, we will create a complete 3D design of your new exhibit.
    This design will usually have 2-3 different options which will be dependant on your budget and time.  The idea behind creating a fully scaled 3D design is two fold.  First of all it allows us to see any potential issues before a single piece of timber is cut.  Secondly, it allows you to take a look around your new exhibit and make any changes.

    Once we have completed the design, we will present this to you with a timespan and cost of each of the ideas.
    The differences in the designs will start with a more basic option, with further parts to the design added based on your budget.

    How long does the build take?

     

    This really depends on several factors, from budget (and so how many of us will be working on the build) through to the complexity of the design.
    But, as a guide, we have completed smaller refurbs in a day, right through to large constructions in six days.

    But, all of this will be discussed in the planning stages.  One thing we do know, considering the size of the construction, we can complete an awful lot in a short period of time.  It’s our passion, we love doing it, and so we get the job done.

    What next?


    It’s now down to you to get in touch with us.  No doubt the reason you are here is because you have seen our previous builds, either via social media or by stumbling across this website.  Either way, you’re curious and so wanted to find out more.  So either send us an email at [email protected] or fill out the form at the bottom of the page and we will start the ball rolling, even if it’s just for a chat.  We look forward to hearing from you.

    One last thing

    Be sure to fill out the contact form below.  We have also put together a little video for you to show how the 3D model transforms into the finished article.  Check it out below.