AVA Electrical Ltd commercial director Matt Easton says the company are ‘incredibly proud’ to have worked alongside Willmott Dixon Interiors for their latest trainee challenge.
Each year, Willmott Dixon Interiors nominates a management trainee to oversee a community project and they teamed up with social enterprise Clarity & Co for this year’s effort.
Founded in 1854, Clarity & Co help people with disabilities through the sale of beauty products.
But they have needed a refurbishment for some time and AVA were delighted to provide free labour and materials to install new lighting and power for the brand-new reception and meeting room.
“This is a hugely important project and we are incredibly proud to be part of it,” Matt said.
“Clarity & Co do amazing work and AVA are always looking at ways to help these vital community initiatives.
“They are personally responsible for generating more than 10,000 days of work for people with disabilities and what we have provided should help this number grow further.”
The project was led by Willmott Dixon Interiors trainee Callum Barnes who paid tribute to Matt, AVA founder Richard White and Miro Petkov who worked on site.
“AVA Electrical Ltd have kindly donated labour and materials for the new Reception and Meeting Room at Clarity & Co’s offices as part of this year’s Trainee Challenge for Willmott Dixon Interiors,” he said.
“Thanks to Miro, Matt, Richard and the rest of the AVA team for their kind donation.”