Our building control teams have unparalleled experience in the education sector, having helped deliver projects for primary and secondary schools, academies, free schools, FE Colleges and universities. Here are just a selection of education projects we've worked on.
This project provided the University with a new multi-storey medical teaching building including an anatomy lab with cadaveric facility, an auditorium on the ground floor, learning based rooms as well as GP rooms.
The state of the art facilities will train doctors for the future using innovative technologies to tackle existing and emerging threats to health.
Building control team: Chelmsford City Council
The building is home to Yr Athrofa, the Institute of Education, the Faculty of Architecture, Computing & Engineering and the Construction Wales Innovation Centre.
The SA1 buildings are BREEAM Excellent and feature renewable technologies such as Solar Photovoltaics. They also have a green approach to water conservation through use of rainwater harvesting and waterless urinals.
Building control team: Swansea City Council
A new four storey research laboratory at the University of Liverpool.
The Liverpool City Council building control worked with the design team to iron out issues before planning approval was sought.
Building control team: Liverpool City Council
A new STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) teaching block.
Isle of Wight Council, who have a long-standing relationship with the college, provided the plans approval and site inspection service.
Building control team: Isle of Wight Council
A new Design Centre for Merchant Taylor's independent day school.
This new centre provides state of the art facilities for the Design and Technology department.
Building control team: Three Rivers District Council
A sports pavilion to provide multi-use social space and changing facilities at the edge of Dauntsey school playing fields.
Phase 2 of a development at Fairfield Farm college.
This is an agricultural college where practical skills are taught to young adults with learning difficulties.
Building control team: Wiltshire Council
An extension of an existing building at Hereford Sixth Form College, built to house a new reception and administration area.
Building control team: Herefordshire Council