Krol Corlett, has completed five operational school refurbishment projects across the North West with a combined value of £1.25 million.
Building on our long-standing track record in the education sector, the projects saw our in-house team deliver all five projects concurrently, as we worked around the operational requirements of each school to deliver the work without disruption to classes.
Two of the projects involved schools in Runcorn. At Beechwood Primary School, we constructed a new build extension in a project that also involved internal remodelling and refurbishment of the existing accommodation. Meanwhile at the town’s Ormiston Bolingbroke Academy, we added an extension to the existing campus to create a new kitchen facility.
At Christ the King High School in Southport, we put our experience in operational refurbishment for the education sector to good use with safety improvements including a fire system upgrade, new lighting and ceiling replacement.
The creation of a new PLB suite was the core element of an improvement project at St Catherine’s Academy in Bolton, where we were also responsible for delivering internal alterations to the main school building.
Finally, in Liverpool, we have also delivered a new play area and a range of external improvement works at Our Lady & St Swithins Catholic Primary School in Croxteth.
Daniel Tebay, Director at Krol Corlett comments: “Throughout the company’s 50-year history, we have been very successful in the education sector because we understand that continuing to provide a safe and comfortable learning environment for students is the key priority.
“We have worked with each of these schools to understand their operational needs so that we could design a programme around their requirements and deliver improvements to their campuses on time and to the highest quality standards.”