This project was secured following the success of laboratory refurbishment carried out the previous summer. The scheme was delivered early and on budget.
The project was delivered under budget on the agreed date to the desired quality. Collaboration of the whole team in order to meet the customer’s expectations were exceptional
Architect – GDST
Project Manager – Mike Smith
Services – Norman Bromley
The Girls’ Day School Trust is the UK’s leading network of independent girls’ schools, with 24 schools and two academies throughout England and Wales. Founded in 1872, we now educate 20,000 students and employ 3,700 staff. All but two of our schools educate girls all the way through, from the age of three or four to 18. As a charity, we are committed to our students and not to generating profits for any shareholders.
At GCSE and A Level, GDST pupils outperform not just the general population of schools but those from the rest of the independent school sector:
A-Levels – in 2015 52.6% of girls’ exams achieved an A* or A and 79.8% achieved an A*, A or B
GCSE – in 2015 72.3% of girls’ exams achieved an A* or A
We assisted the GDST with the remodelling of the 6th form common room and refectory, which included new lighting, new designed ceiling, and Karndean designer flooring to provide a welcoming area for the sixth formers to relax and eat in. This was combined with a new commercial kitchen and servery fitted with specialist bespoke benching and joinery.
• Remodelling 6th form common room and refectory
• New lighting
• New designed ceiling
• Karndean flooring
• New commercial kitchen and servery
• Specialist bespoke benching and joinery
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