Who are We
D J Willrich Ltd is an audio visual multimedia integrated system company with over 20 years experience. We provide a full service from innovation, through design, to full installation in hardware and software.
DJW is headquartered in the heart of rural Hampshire, Beaulieu, home of the National Motor Museum, in the New Forest.
DJW began as a consultancy business, in 1986, focusing initially on museums and visitor parks. Today, a much larger company, our portfolio has expanded to include customised houses, hotels, museums, visitor attractions and even super yachts.
Projects undertaken involve consultation, design, media production, supply, installation, programming and maintenance, with the emphasis focused on meeting the client’s needs for each individual project. DJW provides full turnkey solutions from concept to project completion.
Our projects are worldwide so we are well versed in dealing with different cultures and practices. This has made us very aware of the need to design reliable, easily maintainable systems and we work with local service companies, where possible, to provide on-going affordable support.
DJW are recognised as one of the UK’s leading forces in the Audio Visual Industry in the broadest sense.
Where we Work
Working in such a complex field means that attention to detail is paramount. DJW understand the importance of meeting clients face to face to make sure that everyone is speaking the same language, from different business cultures to ‘site-slang’. We work with local services and maintenance companies to ensure that, no matter where the project is, distance won’t mean a delay in service.
We establish strong relationships with our clients, and our suppliers keeping up to date with, the latest equipment available, changes in regulations and codes of practice, and are sensitive and respectful to local ways of behaviour.
UK and Europe
DJW has a long association with the National Motor Museum in Beaulieu. From there the business has grown to global proportions but we still maintain a large percentage of work in Europe and the UK. In Germany, at the Nurburgring, we were responsible for all the hardware, installation and programming, and programming the whole show to be controlled from one master portable control.
DJW has worked across these countries, using our skills in consulting and advising on projects from the initial innovation stage. We provide clients with an opportunity to see how their plans can come to fruition and help them find the best of many local AV providers to bring their dreams to life. In Jamestown Williamsburg, we developed the Virtual Viewer which allowed visitors to see the area as it had looked in the past.
DJW has been working on projects in the Middle East for more than 15 years, initially with the Natural History Museum, at the Sharjah Desert Park. Since then we have maintained a continual presence there; supplying, programming and installing all the AV hardware in many further projects. In Jordan, at the Children’s Museum, we were also responsible for developing some of the interactive software as well as all the hardware.