Continual growth in the education sector coupled with a strong demand for school places is bringing changes in the way buildings are designed, analysed, procured, commissioned and set to work.
We have adapted to these changes by evolving our client offering, providing you with state of the art Design and Commissioning backed by a range of specialist services focused on Mechanical & Electrical Design and environmental performance.
For 35 years we have provided services to the education sector, working on projects in the primary, secondary and higher education sectors. We are also on a number of frameworks where we have delivered new schools as specified by the Department of Education to both Facilities Output Specification and the new Output Specification.
You can rely on our wealth of experience and the expertise of our engineering teams to navigate the complexities of policies, compliance and specifications.
Below are some further projects we have been involved in:
Independent Schools - Claremont Senior School, Bodiam, Charterhouse, Guildford, St. John’s School, Leatherhead, The Girl’s Day School Trust, London, Eton College
Kent County Council - Meadowfield School, Sittingbourne, Trinity School, Sevenoaks, The Judd School, Tonbridge, St Gregory’s Catholic School, Tunbridge Wells, Tunbridge Wells Boys Grammar School, Ursuline College, Westgate-on-Sea, Laleham Gap School, Ramsgate, Langley Park Primary School, Maidstone – Phases 1 & 2, St George’s School, Broadstairs – Phases 1 & 2, Finberry Primary School, Ashford
Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead - Furze Platt Senior School, Maidenhead, Cox Green School, Maidenhead, Charters School, Sunningdale, Dedworth Middle School, Windsor
Surrey County Council - St Crispin’s School, Wokingham, Emmbrook Primary School, Wokingham, St Peter’s School, Guildford
ESFA / DfE - The Howard School, Rainham, Heathside School , Weybridge, Upton Heath C of E Primary School, Chester, Hartford School, Northwich, Earlham Primary School, London, Maghull High School, Liverpool, Coal Clough Primary School, Burnley
Further Education - University of Cambridge – Sainsbury Laboratory, MidKent College – Maidstone, Imperial College – Thomas Young Centre, East Berkshire College, Langley Campus, Maidenhead Campus, Windsor Campus, University of Manchester, Capel Manor College
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