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Case Study | School - Classroom Alterations | Kirkby & Diamond

Case Study - Sundon Lower School - Classroom

Published on Monday, 01 January 0001

Client:    Sundon Lower School, Streatley Road, upper Sundon, Luton, LU3 3PQ.

Testimonial:   

“We are thoroughly satisfied with the recent classroom alterations undertaken by Kirkby & Diamond. Their careful scheduling of works not only reduced disruption to a minimum within the school it also removed the pressure of managing a building project away from me”.

“I have no hesitation recommending K&D to other schools in Bedfordshire” - Elaine Fairclough, Headteacher

Start Date:        July 2009
Completion:    August 2009

Value:              £50,000

Description:   

The project involved redesigning the existing layout to provide acceptable living accommodation for the proposed eight residents. The overall design had to change in the first instance due to budgetary constraints that needed to be managed. The property had stood vacant for several years before works began. Therefore existing services needed to be tested prior to commencement, to ascertain if systems were still capable of serving the building.  Works included re configuration of the ground floor layout to provide several bedrooms and a larger kitchen/dining area, upgrading of existing heating system along with full refurbishment of the internal and external elements of the property.

Role:   

Project Management and CDM Co-ordination duties. Specific duties include overall cost control,
client liaisons, procurement advice and contract administration.

Procurement Route / Contract type:   JCT 2005 – Minor works building contract.


Consultants:  
  Bob Harrington Design Ltd.