Swallow Refurbishing Ltd was awarded the contract to build a new classroom extension
for Bushmead School in Luton. A compound was formed at the main entrance for site
storage, site office and welfare facilities. Access ways were formed between the
site compound and the site area, which was fully fenced and screened off to give
privacy between the occupied school and the site. The contract period was for 17
weeks, the contract was finished and handed over before the contract period ended.
Contract: Bushmead School
Site enabling works were carried out within the first week of the contract, and the
corridor strip out and dividing works were carried out over the following two weeks
during the Easter term period, this enabled the school to function without any disturbance
during the whole contract period. Consideration was given at all times regarding
noise levels, deliveries, and access to the site.
Image shows site entrance
The project provided a new wet classroom with a main access entrance and corridor
leading to the playground area. An addition to the project was a new block paved
area, replacing grass to the side of the extension.
The site was run continuously, and over seen by our site foreman, our tradesmen attended
site at various stages as required, to enable the contract to complete within the
contract period and to a high standard of workmanship.
The following photos show some of the various stages of the project. Click the small
images below to enlarge.
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