Wolves have joined forces with A&H Construction & Developments with the Black Country business becoming an official club partner ahead of the 2021/22 Premier League season.
Based in Halesowen, A&H Construction has built a strong reputation for quality, efficiency, and attention to detail within the construction industry since it was formed in 1986, undertaking many successful developments throughout the West Midlands but also a growing number of prestigious projects across the UK.
The partnership will see the building contractors being promoted at Molineux on matchdays, including on the LED advertising boards, on static advertising boards in the Steve Bull Stand, and in the matchday programme.
Wolves’ general manager for marketing and commercial growth, Russell Jones, said: “We are so pleased that A&H Construction & Developments have become an official partner of the club.
“We have had a long-standing relationship with them having worked together on several hugely successful projects at Molineux and Compton Park over the years, so to have them on board as an official partner is very exciting.”
Wolves has worked alongside A&H Construction on several projects at Molineux and at the club’s Compton Park training ground, including the design and construction of the indoor Academy dome, main Academy building and the full-size 3G pitch, but now the company becomes the latest partner to join the pack ahead of a record fourth consecutive season in the Premier League for the old gold.
Steve Cutler, construction director at A&H Construction & Developments, added: “Based locally in Halesowen we are delighted to again become an official partner of Wolves.
“Having been avid fans of the football club for many years and undertaking a wide variety of construction projects for them it was a natural progression to become an official partner.
“It isn’t very often these days where football clubs are sponsored by local businesses. This opportunity has bought real excitement to everyone at A&H Construction, and we are looking forward to a long-term relationship with Wolves.
“Although based in the West Midlands, we undertake projects throughout the UK and hope our support will bring success over the coming season.”