Project

Barrow CEVC Primary School

Brief

A decision to expand the school’s age range to include year 5 and 6 pupils meant additional teaching space was required.

These additional classbases were needed to provide accommodation for the extended age range, increasing the school’s capacity from 150 to 210 places. We were also asked to create a masterplan for a total of 315 places.

Key Info

Location:
Barrow, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk

Project Type:
New Build

Client:
Suffolk County Council – Children and
Young People (CYP)

End User:
Barrow CEVC Primary School

Project Completion:
October 2020

Project Value:
£794,000

Contractor:
Brooks & Woods Ltd

Contract Type:
JCT Standard

Disciplines:
Architecture, Electrical Engineering, Estates, Interior Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Mechanical Engineering, Quantity Surveying, Structural Engineering

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Scope

Despite the challenges of COVID-19, we worked collaboratively to build a new block which holds 2 modern classrooms, a group room, and toilet facilities.

Construction was put on hold following the Government’s lockdown announcement but our team worked hard to accelerate the programme and ensure the school’s deadline was still met.

The new building complements the listed building on site (through material and colour choices), whilst introducing contemporary construction in the form of a butterfly roof to create its own identity. Large overhangs provide shelter and enhance solar gain. We incorporated a natural ventilation strategy which included tall windows to create bright, airy rooms that enhance the learning environment. A large feature corner window connects the building to the rest of the site.

By using the full functionality of our 3D modelling software, we developed a co-ordinated BIM model to run clash detection simulations at the design stage, thereby reducing clashes and queries on-site.

Testimonial

“Our thanks go to everyone involved in the project during this difficult time; the professionalism and resilience from all concerned has been second to none.”

Helen Ashe, Headteacher, Barrow CEVC Primary School

Result

Our carefully considered masterplan easily enables future expansion to accommodate growth and educational demands.

The design surpassed expectations of a school building and has a high-quality finish featuring exceptional attention to detail.

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Skyliner Sports

Centre

Brief

The project comprised the construction of the new Skyliner Sports Centre adjacent to the Sybil Andrews Academy.

The new building provides sports facilities for both the Academy and for use by the general public. The scheme also included the provision of new external MUGA pitch facilities.

The accommodation provided includes a new sports hall, dance studios, gym, changing areas, equipment storage facilities, reception areas and plant space. The building incorporates a Biomass facility serving both the Sports Centre and the adjacent School.

Key Info

Type:
New Build

Value:
£6.5 million

Location:
Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk

Client:
Suffolk County Council

End User:
Abbeycroft Leisure, Sybil Andrews Academy

Contractor:
Barnes Construction

Completion:
December 2016

Disciplines:
Architecture, Building Services Design, Estates + Development Management, Interior Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Project Management, Quantity Surveying + Cost Consultancy

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Scope

The building was constructed using a two storey steel framed structure with an insulated structural roof deck finished with a single ply roofing membrane.

The external envelope of the building was formed using a Metsec lightweight steel structural framing system set between the steel frame and clad externally with a decorative Rockpanel rainscreen cladding system. Internally, a specialist non-slip vinyl type floor was installed within the Sports Hall with timber sprung floors being provided in the Dance Studio and Gym areas.

Externally, hard pavings and a MUGA pitch with floodlighting formed part of the project in addition to drainage and new mains services.

Testimonial

“It’s been great to watch the development of a new first class sports facility here to support the new growing community at Moreton Hall alongside the recently opened Sybil Andrews Academy building. Pupils will really benefit from access to the full range of sports equipment and facilities as well as local people who can sign up for membership.”

Cllr Gordon Jones, Suffolk County Council Cabinet Member (Children’s Services, Education and Skills)

Result

The sports centre will be managed by Abbeycroft Leisure, who also manage 18 other leisure facilities across Suffolk and Cambridgeshire.

Located on the site of the Sybil Andrews Academy, on Rougham Tower Avenue in Bury St Edmunds, the centre is a partnership project with a 45 station, state of the art gym, two fitness studios, a four badminton court sports hall and an outdoor 3G all weather pitch. From the start of the project the aim has always been to have a school which has wider links with the community through shared use of leisure facilities.

The sports centre will be open to the public every day, with some shared daytime use of the sports hall by the Academy. There will be an extensive group exercise class programme every day including the popular Les Mills classes and various children’s activities during term time plus a ‘Schools Out’ programme.

Designed by Concertus and built by Barnes Construction, the project to develop the Academy and the adjoining sports facility has been a joint venture between West Suffolk Council, Suffolk County Council, Abbeycroft Leisure and Samuel Ward Trust.

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Project

Sybil Andrews Academy
– Masterplan

Brief

We were asked to produce a Master Plan for the design and construction of a new secondary school at Moreton Hall in Bury St Edmunds.

Our brief was to design a school that would incorporate core facilities capable of supporting 900 students, with teaching accommodation for 600. The Master Plan also had to demonstrate the ability of the site to expand to accommodate 1400 pupils, plus a sixth form, by 2031.

Key Info

Client:
Suffolk County Council – CYP

Project Completion:
July 2015

Disciplines:
Architecture, Building Services Design, Estates + Development Management, Landscape Architecture, Quantity Surveying + Cost Consultancy

Why did they choose us?

  • We have a high degree of expertise and experience in the Education Sector.
  • We have recent knowledge gained through acting as client advisors on two new EFA Academies in Suffolk, Felixstowe and Ipswich. This experience also provided us with an understanding of how academies are looking to deliver education and set out their buildings.
  • We had recently completed phase 2 of 3 of a new high school at Pakefield, Lowestoft.
  • We had a great local knowledge gained from designing and constructing two Primary Schools within the Moreton Hall Area.
  • We demonstrated our ability to work with a large number of stakeholders, understand their varying requirements whilst ensuring that the design provides a high quality educational project.
  • We had the ability and capacity to produce a fully co-ordinated design within a short time period.
  • We had the vision to consider the scheme holistically, and were able to integrate phase 1 and the requirements of the wider Masterplan as the school and site develops. Our designers were able to include flexibility within the design.
  • We possessed the ability to liaise and communicate with adjacent developers to ensure coherent development for the local area.

What did we do differently?

  • We reacted and delivered on a quick turnaround.
  • We engaged with the end user regarding layout and design at an early stage.
  • We considered the needs of the client, the Academy and the pupils; all of whom had separate requirements and priorities.
  • The fully coordinated design was developed in-house.
  • The 3D modelling included structures and services.
  • We produced high quality visuals and a fly through.
  • Through the design we looked to remove / minimize risks for: site safety and security, pupil protection, vehicle and pupil separation and bullying.
  • We were able to provide a design which allows for shared usage by the community and the school, whilst maintaining secure separation.

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Testimonial

“We demonstrated our ability to work on a quick turnaround with a large number of stakeholders, understanding their varying requirements whilst ensuring that the design provides a high quality educational project.”

Charles Coulson, Associate Director, Concertus

Result

The finished Master Plan comprised buildings that were designed to be adaptable and flexible.

The buildings can also be adapted as the school grows and in response to changes in the school curriculum. The core admin and other infrastructure areas are designed to support ease of movement and access as well as management of the school and the site. Specialist classrooms, practical areas and sports facilities were incorporated in accordance with BB98 & BB103 guidance.

In addition, the design of the school maximises opportunities for community use outside the school day, through consideration of access, service zoning and security needs. It also incorporates good practice in relation to environmental sustainability. The external environment is inspiring and makes provision for formal, informal and habitat spaces along with sports pitches. Appropriate levels of parking are included within the Master Plan.

The design and location of the heart building has been carefully considered to provide a strong visual feature to the school and wider environment. It has been positioned along the western boundary to act as an acoustic break and light shield between the school site and the neighbouring residential development, whilst providing a strong visual presence to people entering Moreton Hall via the new Eastern Relief Road. The entrance is strongly emphasised through the continuation of structural framing beyond the building line and this draws people into the building whilst blurring the distinction between internal and external space.

Designed around the ethos of a central heart space the building looks to minimise the use of corridors by maximizing social and group spaces that can be used flexibly. Externally the main heart building is designed to express its structural frame with the structural columns situated on the outside of the external walls. This, combined with the lower roof line to the academic hall, positioned within the centre of the building, breaks up the elevation and the overall mass of the building. The western elevation has been designed to create intrigue and interest in the school.

Through the use of slender windows, glimpses are provided into the school, whilst minimising the issues of overlooking neighbouring properties. Larger elements of curtain glazing are then used to provide views through the building and into the school site. The eastern elevation is designed with large areas of glazing to reflect the way in which the heart building opens out into the site and provides a connection with the separate teaching blocks. Internally, the building has been designed to create a large, flexible teaching space which is predominately based around the Learning Resource and Dining areas.

Teaching Blocks 1-3 have been designed with the same principles of creating a central heart / group space with teaching accommodation arranged along the southern elevations to maximise natural day lighting. Services and group spaces are positioned along the southern elevation. Teaching Block 4 has been designed so that the classrooms are positioned along the northern elevation to enable the art classrooms to benefit from north light, whilst creating a courtyard space for external teaching and forming an edge to the proposed development line.

The strong vertical lines created by the structure of the heart building and the positioning of the buildings on the site have been continued into the Landscape design. This theme is common to all the buildings, where bands of colour are proposed across the glazed sections, whilst instances of coloured panels are stretched along the remainder of the elevations.

Designed around the same architectural principles, the Sports Building is clearly identified as having a different usage on the site. The entrances for the public and pupils are highlighted within the elevations through the use of strong coloured rain screen panels, whilst the sports hall provides a softening to the site through the use of timber cladding.

The use of rain screen cladding to the majority of the elevations was proposed due to its durability and low maintenance. Furthermore thermally broken aluminium framed windows and low pitch single ply membranes, or three layer felt roofs, concealed behind parapets, were used to achieve good sustainability.

Key sustainable elements in the design include:

  • Biomass Boiler proposed as main heating source.

  • PV arrays to be provided on the roofs of the teaching blocks and sports building.

  • A site designed to ensure that a sustainable drainage scheme is possible, together with a large degree of permeable paving areas with attenuation ponds and swales.

  • Thermally efficient building with low u-values which exceed the requirements of building regulations. The scheme is currently under construction and the school has been named the Sybil Andrews Academy and will be run by the Samuel Ward Academy Trust.

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Project

Sybil Andrews Academy

Brief

The new school had to have the ability to expand to accommodate 1,400 pupils, plus a sixth form by 2031.

Due to significant residential development in Bury St Edmunds we were asked to masterplan a new high school. After completing the Master Plan, we were asked to project manage on behalf of the client the construction of the new school. Our brief was to follow through on implementing our design proposal and deliver the completed Sybil Andrews Academy in the Autumn Term of 2016. Construction would incorporate core facilities capable of initially supporting 900 students, with teaching accommodation for 600. Being a major project for Suffolk the new high school attracted a high political profile and performance to budget and programme was paramount.  With a prominent location on the approach into Bury, the new building was also required to be a landmark building.

 

Key Info

Location:
Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk

Client:
Suffolk County Council

End User:
Samuel Ward Academy Trust
/ Sybil Andrews Academy

Contractor:
Barnes Construction

Project Completion:
December 2016

Project Value
£16 million

Project Duration:
18 months

Disciplines:
Architecture, Building Services Design, Estates + Development Management, Interior Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Project Management, Quantity Surveying + Cost Consultancy

Scope + Delivery

The building contains large and flexible teaching spaces, which are predominately based around the learning resource and dining areas.

Sybil Andrews Academy was designed and constructed so that the building provides flexibility and can be adapted as the Academy grows, and in response to changes in the school curriculum. Designed around the ethos of a central heart space, the building looks to minimise the use of corridors by maximizing social and group spaces that can be used flexibly. The building contains large and flexible teaching spaces, which are predominately based around the learning resource and dining areas. The approach is continued within Teaching Block 1 where classrooms break out into a central group teaching and social space. The use of the auditorium staircase provides further smaller presentation and tutoring opportunities. The first phase of works also included a four court sports hall with a studio, gym and changing facilities to Sports England standards.

The location of the Heart building has been carefully considered to provide a strong visual feature to the Academy and its wider environment. It has been positioned along the western boundary to act as an acoustic break and light shield between the school site and the neighbouring residential development. The positioning also provides a strong visual presence to people entering Moreton Hall via the new Eastern Relief Road. The entrance is strongly emphasised through the continuation of structural framing beyond the building line and this draws people into the building whilst blurring the distinction between internal and external space.

The western elevation creates intrigue through the use of slender windows, which provide glimpses into the school, whilst minimising the issues of overlooking neighbouring properties. Larger elements of curtain glazing are then used to provide views through the building and into the school site. The eastern elevation comprises large areas of glazing to reflect how the heart building opens out into the site and provides a connection with the separate teaching blocks. The core admin and other infrastructure areas support ease of movement and access as well as management of the school and site. There is a strong relationship with the outdoor environment through the views from stairwells, curtain glazing and doorways. Externally across the whole site, paved areas follow a form and pattern to delineate the spaces and guide the users. The external environment is inspiring and provides formal and informal spaces along with sports pitches.

The opportunities have been maximised for community use outside the academic day through consideration of access, service zoning and security needs. This includes a Biomass boiler, photovoltaic panels, mechanical heat recovery and fully considered building orientation, resulting in an ‘A’ rating for energy performance. The building also incorporates good practice in relation to environmental sustainability.

Aware, from the start of construction, that the team would be working to a very challenging and tight schedule, the aim was to ensure that an extremely close working relationship was established between all stakeholders and the construction team. During the construction period, there were times when design amendments and alterations were being made alongside the construction works. This meant there was a need for total transparency and collaboration between the Barnes and Concertus teams both off and on-site.

The foul drainage solution included discharging to the new infrastructure yet to be constructed.  Due to delays in the development of the inner relief road and the adjacent business park the main sewer remained incomplete at the end of the project. To support the client, the project manager negotiated with the ground works contractor for the road and main sewer, to bring forward the holding tank associated with the new pumping station. This was achieved and the foul drainage from the new school was able to discharge to the holding tank. The project manager liaised with the main contractor to arrange for regular monitoring and pumping out of the holding tank.  This solution allowed the Academy to occupy and use the buildings immediately after handover, mitigating a significant delay.

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Testimonial

“It is a real credit to all those involved and to the collaborative ‘will-do’ approach taken by the designers and contractors alike. The students at Sybil Andrews Academy are in awe of their surroundings which act as a real inspiration in and out of the classroom. Sybil Andrews Academy is an incredible achievement in designing and building a new 21st century educational and sports facility from a standing start – and all within two years.”

Tim Coulson, Chief Executive of the Samuel Ward Academy Trust

Result

The finished project was shortlisted for the RICS Awards 2018 in the Community Benefit and Design Through Innovation categories.

Construction was completed mid-November and the children moved into the new school on Monday 5 December 2016. Divided into three key buildings; Heart Building, Teaching Block 1 and the Sports Building, the academy provides a stimulating educational environment.

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Project

The Limes Primary Academy

Brief

The brief for the project was to construct a new primary school to serve the Woods Meadow development in Lowestoft.

The school was to be master planned to accommodate a total of 420 primary pupils with further additional space for 30 pre-school children.

The client required well-designed and functional school buildings which would seek to make a significant contribution to raising pupil achievement and educational standards. The environment needed to inspire and stimulate pupils’ learning, as well as reflect advances in ICT technology, including all the new opportunities this presents. It was necessary for the project to deliver high quality and flexible surroundings, both internally and externally, to enable the new school to meet educational demands today and to cope with changes in the future. A shared parking area for the primary school and Waveney District Council was included within the brief.

Key Info

Type:
Feasibility, Masterplanning, New Build

Value:
£6 million

Location:
Lowestoft, Suffolk

Duration:
52 weeks

Client:
Suffolk County Council – Health Wellbeing and Children’s Services

Contractor:
Barnes Construction

End User:
REAch2 Academy Trust

Disciplines:
Architecture, Building Services Design, Estates + Development Management, Interior Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Project Management, Quantity Surveying + Cost Consultancy, Structural + Civil Engineering

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Scope

The design meets the increasing and complex demands of pupils and an evolving curriculum.

The traditional steel frame permits flexibility which suits longer-term changes in the size or number of rooms. The flexibility of the design also allows short-term changes in teaching methods and the integration of advanced ICT to help stimulate the pupils’ learning ability. The learning environment has been designed to be inclusive for children with Special Educational Needs (SEN). The light, spacious classrooms maximise opportunities for community use outside of school hours. Curtain glazing enables natural light to enter the internal spaces and views out to the surrounding landscape. An injection of colour between the windows is striking and refers to the beautiful finishing touches internally. The stained glass reception canopy allows all year round use of the amazing outside learning and play zone.

Sustainability was considered early in the design so best practice could be embraced before, during and beyond the construction phases to reduce the immediate and long-term environmental impact of the new school. The parameters of the brief changed throughout the project. This was in response to additional stakeholder involvement part way through the project. The design team was flexible and accommodating, meeting the needs of the changing brief and minimising the impact to the build programme on site. We took on the role of advisor to the client and made certain requirements were met.

The Limes Primary Academy Hall
The Limes Primary Academy Entrance

Testimonial

“It’s an impressive building with beautiful finishing touches such as the stained glass in the hall and on the reception canopy. The Early Years children and staff have settled very well into their space. The children are enjoying the outside area and the flexibility of moving between the classrooms. As a new school, we are constantly showing new parents around. All of the parents have been impressed by the building, often commenting on the light, airy and spacious classrooms. The staff have been very impressed with their workroom space, staff room and their own courtyard.”

Kate Cracknell, Headteacher, The Limes Primary Academy

Result

The new school incorporates the best elements from a number of new school projects within Suffolk with creative design solutions implemented.

The external works meet ESFA standards and comply with BB103 recommendations.

Despite delays with the utilities companies, we managed the situation professionally to make sure the school could open on time. The completed project came in on budget and surpassed the expectations of both the end user and the client.

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Project

Thurston Primary Academy

Brief

Thurston Primary Academy required a larger site to cater for the new housing developments in the local area.

The existing site was unsuitable for expansion and a decision was therefore made to relocate and expand to facilitate the additional pupils (Early Years and Secondary). This school will initially accommodate 420 students, plus a 30-place pre-school, with room for future expansion to a total of 630 students in the main school building and 60 places in the pre-school.

Key Info

Location:
Thurston, Suffolk

Type:
Relocation

Contract Type:
2 Stage Tender

Client:
Suffolk County Council Children and Young People (CYP)

End User:
Thurston Primary Academy

Project Value:
£7.6 million

Disciplines:
Architecture, Building Services Design, Estates + Development Management, Interior Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Project Management, Quantity Surveying + Cost Consultancy, Structural + Civil Engineering

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Scope

Two school sites were offered as potential new locations for the school. Feasibility studies were carried out at both sites to determine their suitability.

We then produced a detailed report which was presented to the school, Trust and Diocese. Following this presentation, we were commissioned to design and implement the necessary school development. Our multi-disciplined team were asked to design, project manage and cost manage both buildings.

We worked collaboratively to ensure design procurement met the client’s needs and redesigned the internal layout to utilise fully the space available. Natural ventilation was incorporated into the design where possible to save costs and reduce the school’s impact on the environment (linking to Suffolk County Council’s green credentials). To ensure the client’s budget was met, we simplified the roof structure and reduced the total height of the building. This allowed our Structural Engineers to create a steel frame which satisfied the required checks as well as reducing the steel tonnage and therefore cost. Further savings were identified within the bills of quantities.

The design was modelled in 3D to allow for a successful coordination of all design elements. Solibri Model Checker was used to run automated collision detection on each discipline’s model at fixed points in time. The findings were then discussed in design team meetings and any issues were addressed to ensure clashes were eliminated. Reports were generated as part of this process to provide visual confirmation to all of the parties involved. Designing a model to BIM Level 2, which was used by our QS team and contractor, provided the client with a more defined cost certainty.

Our Landscape team worked with the client and stakeholder to develop the site masterplan to reflect the school’s ethos. This included a Forest School area, amphitheatre and mounds for a variety of play options and habitats. Following negotiation with Suffolk County Council Planners, cycle provision has been incorporated into the design and space allocated for future expansion.

Consultation evenings with parents and meetings with the Governors, Planning and Parish Council were organised by us to help the project run smoothly. Letter drops were also arranged to keep the local community informed throughout the project.

Testimonial

“It has been extremely exciting to work closely with the infrastructure team, Suffolk County Council and Concertus Design and Property Consultants, who have been fantastic at guiding us step by step in order to reach this point on the Thurston C of E Primary Academy relocation and expansion.”

Kathy Lambert and John Bayes, Co-Head Teachers, Thurston CEVC Primary Academy

Result

The school is due to be completed in summer 2021 and will provide a modern, innovative and exciting new school for the community.

Processes developed and implemented on this project for client engagement and BIM/clash detection are now being used on many other projects due to their success in saving time, money and providing truly integrated outputs.

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Project

The Pines Primary School

Brief

A new 210 place primary school and a standalone preschool with 30 places were required.

The primary school was masterplanned for expansion to 420 places to cope with future demand. Our team of Landscape Architects were asked to landscape the whole site, including shared parking provision, a parent drop off and bus pick up location.

Key Info

Type:
Feasibility, New Build, Disposal and Acquisition

Value:
£5 million

Location:
Red Lodge, Suffolk

Duration:
12 months

Client:
Suffolk County Council Children and Young People (CYP)

End User:
CHET Academy

Contractor:
Morgan Sindall

Disciplines:
Architecture, Building Services Design, Estates + Development Management, Interior Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Project Management, Quantity Surveying + Cost Consultancy, Structural + Civil Engineering

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Scope

Our team organised a joint planning consultation event with Upton Estate, the Housing Developer for the site, to give us a more holistic view of the wider development.

To ensure the rigorous planning requirements for the site were fully met, we worked closely with arboricultural and ecological consultants. Careful consideration was given to the location of the building on site to make sure all classrooms looked out onto the playing fields, minimising disruption from road traffic noise. Due to the school site being opposite an industrial site, we had to acquire a piece of land to build an off-site drop off area. Our Estates team negotiated with the Highways Authority to provide the access road. The road also provided a footpath and cycle route to the school entrance which encourages exercise.

The Pines Primary School, Red Lodge Stairs
The Pines Primary School, Red Lodge

Design

The outstanding double height library space was designed to be the hub of the school. Two wings spread out from this hub to minimise pupil traffic and travel distances. The compact design also considered flexible spaces for learning and performances.

Externally, the render and timber cladding were used to reflect the local palette of colours and materials. The green tiles were chosen to create a vibrant finish which refers to the surrounding green spaces and connects the internal and external spaces.

The landscape design brief was developed with the client and CHET to reflect the Forest School ethos of the academy. This ethos involves encouraging children to be creative and participate in activities in the woodland. Spaces were designed along the existing tree lined boundary using structure planting and subtle level changes to provide dedicated zones for Forest School activities. The timber from trees in the surrounding area was used to create seating, tables and wildlife habitats to further enhance the biodiversity in the pine belt.

A key feature of the successful design is excellent natural lighting. This included rooflights along each corridor to the Main Hall and central Library space. To ensure the light reached all of the levels, a glass balustrade with timber details was constructed to enhance visibility between the floors.

Testimonial

“I just wanted to pass on a huge thanks to you all for your hard work in delivering the new school. It has been a pleasure to work with all of you. The whole team has worked really well together, overcoming all of the challenges that have arisen with efficiency and professionalism. The design, specification and finish of the project is fantastic. I’m sure the pupils and staff will enjoy using the space (especially the library – WOW!)… I think the planting at this school is some of the best I’ve seen!”

Jo Fellowes, Health Wellbeing and Children’s Services, Suffolk County Council

Result

The landscape and first-class facilities within the building surpassed the expectations of the client and end user.

We worked closely with Suffolk County Council and the academy to ensure their requirements for the building and external environment were met whilst managing change within the challenging budget. Our attention to detail and quality control throughout the project led to a zero defects handover.

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