WBS Wins Contract to Design and Build a Purpose Built Indoor Cricket Centre

  • 21 July 2015
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WBS Wins Contract to Design and Build a Purpose Built Indoor Cricket Centre

Oxfordshire based Cricket Evolution, a company set up to make cricket available for everyone all year round, has retained WBS Group to prepare and manage the project to build a 10-lane indoor cricket centre in Oxfordshire.

We are excited that we have been asked to provide support from beginning to end of this project. This is a different assignment to our typical distribution centre and factory optimisation projects and it is great that we can help promote a sport we are passionate about.  

In collaboration with Cricket Evolution, we are currently creating the business case for the project. Work is also underway to find suitable land and secure funding. The purpose built centre will be the first of its kind and we aim to complete the building and open the doors in 2017.

The indoor cricket centre will cater for players of all ages and abilities and contribute significantly to the development of cricket talent.

WBS passionate about sport

Managing Director of Cricket Evolution Gabriella Racioppo: “I chose WBS Group to implement this project because of their expertise and because of their pragmatic approach and their obvious passion for cricket”.

WBS an experienced and pragmatic fit

WBS Group Chairman and Founder Joseph Turnbull “we decided to take this on, as it represented both a challenge and a match of capability. We have developed, designed and built warehouses and factories and understand the process from business case development through to completion and can apply our expertise to ensure its successful launch. We love our challenges and Cricket is a personal passion of mine and I feel this project could really benefit the community and may diversify our expertise as an organisation.

To find out more about this project contact WBS Group today or visit Cricket Evolution's website.

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