Education

From primary to secondary schools, to further and higher education, we have developed expertise in delivering creative and modern learning environments.

Through collaborative frameworks we are helping our customers deliver modern schools which meet 21st Century education needs.

Working in partnership with customers, stakeholders, consultants and our supply chain, we are providing sustainable, efficient and cost effective check – C12 education space.

Members of our Project Team with pupils from Carreg Hirfaen School

New-build
One-form entry Bi-lingual school
£9.1m

BETWS PRIMARY SCHOOL & YSGOL GYNRADD GYMRAEG CWM GARW

Bridgend County Borough Council

BREEAM: Excellent

The project consists of two one form entry schools split into an English-medium (394-pupils) and a Welsh-medium (379-pupils) school.

The new school will create modern learning space, incorporating: classrooms, receptions class rooms, nursery classes, SEN rooms, clockrooms and WCs, community rooms, shared hall and kitchen, teacher offices and staff rooms.

Each building will have its own outdoor teaching space.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

New-build
120-space Welsh medium school
£4m

DYFFRYN CLEDLYN VOLUNTARY CONTROLLED PRIMARY SCHOOL

Ceredigion County Borough Council

BREEAM: Very Good

The new school accommodates 120 primary pupils and 25 nursery places. It provides early years, infants and junior classrooms, specialist classrooms, a resource area, multi-purpose spaces and community area, a main hall and kitchen.

Outside facilities include; a sports pitch, a permeable tarmac multi games area, safety play areas for nursery pupils and an ecology area.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

New-build & Refurbishment
210-space school
£7.3m

TENBY PRIMARY SCHOOL

Pembrokeshire County Council

BREEAM: Excellent

The construction of a new, 3,000m2, single storey English-medium primary school with associated external works and play areas.

The new school can cater for up to 210 pupils between the ages of three and 11.

Followed by the refurbishment of the existing primary school to provide Welsh-medium education

The existing Infants school was demolished as part of the scheme and the land used to create a grassed sports pitch.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

New-build 250-place school
BIM Level-2
£5.3m

YSGOL CARREG HIRFAEN

Carmarthenshire County Council

Two-stage design and build project delivering a new 250 place primary school and 40-place nursery using a standardised design layout, allowing for future adaption.

The school has a standardised design layout (classrooms sizes, corridor widths  WC dimensions) allowing the school to be cost effectively adapted to meet future learning requirements.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

School Extension & Refurbishment
Active school
£2.1m

BROAD HAVEN COMMUNITY PRIMARY SCHOOL

Pembrokeshire County Council

BREEAM: Very Good

Design and build, 885m2 extension including renovation and alteration to the existing school.

The building is highly sustainable, setting standards for best practice in building design, construction and operation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

New-build & Major Refurbishment
BIM Level-2
£15m

MAES Y GWENDRAETH SCHOOL

Carmarthenshire County Council

BREEAM: Excellent

BIM: Level-2

A Two-phase design and build project.

Phase 1: New two-storey teaching block and sports hall.

Phase 2: Refurbishment of the existing school and the construction of new 3G (Multi Use Games Area) MUGA.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

New-build and Renovation Campus Building

Renovation of Grade II Building

£9.9m

THE ALEX BUILDING

University of Wales Trinity Saint David

BREEAM: Excellent

The new building houses the; School of Architectural Class, School of Industrial Design, Foundation Art and Design and the Institute of Sustainable Design.

The ‘iconic’ double-skin façade minimises heat gain, regulates glare and provides fresh air intake into the design studios, exhibition spaces. It offers acoustic protection from the urban environment.

A sedum roof covers the new extension and PV arrays are installed on the pitched roof of the original building.

Low carbon technologies include; low energy led lighting, grey water harvesting and water savings sanitary ware

 

 

 

New-build Regeneration Project

Training and Community Services

£3.5m

CROESERW COMMUNITY AND TRAINING CENTRE

Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council

BREEAM: Excellent

Located adjacent to the local primary school, the scheme comprised the design and build of a new state of the art centre providing flexible accommodation for community enterprises and small start-up businesses.

The centre also includes a wide range of community facilities such as a dedicated youth and IT training area and two fully equipped workshops for construction skills and hair & beauty training courses.

As part of the contract we also provided a new multi-use games area (MUGA) for the primary school.

 

 

 

 

 

New-build Campus Building

Multi-functional Use

£3.4m

LIFELONG LEARNING CENTRE

Coleg y Cymoedd

The Centre provides Creative and Performing Arts students with; recording and performing studios, music technology workshops, an auditorium, refectory and office spaces.

The Centre also hosts community space and a cafe.

During the construction process, students attending the Painting & Decorating and Carpentry & Joinery courses, benefited from practical on-site work experience.

Winner LABC Quality Award

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 

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