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Completed Projects

C.A.T.S College Science Block, 68 New Dover Road, Canterbury, Kent

Project Value £ 580,000.00
Project Architect: Clague Architects – Pat Mills 
Client: C.A.T.S College – Mr Sherif Elmaourki

Project Commenced 12/04/2010 
Project Completion Date 03/09/2010

BEC SITE MANAGER: Mr John Verrier.

New Purpose built Science and teaching facilities’ consisting of traditional foundations facing brick walls with brick arches, handmade tiled roof and internally includes full lab and teaching including interactive work boards, individual taps and gas tabs mounted on desks, emergency gas cut switches and fume cupboards. Works included seven fully fitted labs, two chemical storage rooms, and a disabled toilet.
A refurbishment and extension consisting of a steel frame and patent glazed roofing to provide a new Library suite was also provided. 
Externally a new Car Park was installed.

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C.A.T.S College Canteen, 56 New Dover Road, Canterbury, Kent

Canteen
Project Value £ 590,000.00
Project Architect: Clague Architects – Pat Mills 
Client: C.A.T.S College – Mr Sherif Elmaourki

Project Commenced 12/04/2010 
Project Completion Date 12/11/2010

BEC SITE MANAGER: Mr Doug Woodcock.

New purpose built Canteen facilities’ consisting of traditional foundations facing brick walls with brick arches, handmade tiled roof, with barn hips, and feature dormers. Internally; purpose made staircase leading to first floor seating area. Works include kitchen fit out, coffee shop and separate office facilities. Externally, a new access road and hard landscaping completed the facility.

 

 

CHRISTCHURCH COLLEGE – WORKS TO ST.GREGORYS CHURCH

Project Value £150,000.00
Project Manager: HMY Architects – Mr Stephen Coomber
Client: Christchurch College - Craig Webster 
Project Commenced          01/08/2010 
Project Completion Date    30/09/2011
BEC SITE MANAGER: Mr Martin Richards

Refurbishment, and adaption works, consisting of forming a New Double door opening into the church façade, and installing steel work to support the existing flint work. New oak door and frame and internally, a power assisted, automatic door. Internal plastering and redecoration completes the works.

Externally, new lighting, natural stone paving, new paths and driveway, complete the project.

Christchurch College

GOODNESTONE INFANTS SCHOOL -NEW TWO CLASSROOM TEACHING BLOCK

Project Value £ 300,000.00
Project Architect: ARCH FX Architects    
Client: Goodnestone School – Katy Brooks
Project Commenced          15/08/2010  
Project Completion Date    23/12/2011

BEC SITE MANAGER: Mr Andy Louch.

New Timber framed Building to provide two new class rooms. The new timber frame building is being constructed on new foundations, and a beam and block floor. New internal steel frame, timber frame, Welsh slate roof, and externally timber cladding. Internally new suspended ceilings, and finishes to complement the existing school.

Goodnestone

NEW SIXTH FORM CENTRE- NORTHFLEET SCHOOL FOR GIRLS.

Project Value £ 400,000.00
Project Architect: Clague Architects – Phil Payne    
Client: Theresa Davies 
QS: Clifford Rickards 
Project Commenced             28/07/2011  
Project Completion Date    23/12/2011
BEC SITE MANAGER: Mr John Verrier.

New Timber framed Building to provide two new class rooms and a Sixth form Centre. The new timber frame building is being constructed on the top of existing classrooms, with the ground floor rooms being refurbished. New internal steel frame, eco joists, timber frame, single ply roof, and externally, trespa cladding and Siberian larch to match the existing school. Internally new suspended ceilings, and finishes to complement the existing school.

Northfleet for Girls

Northfleet for Girls

Northfleet for Girls

GOODNESTONE INFANTS SCHOOL - NEW TWO CLASSROOM TEACHING BLOCK

Project Value £ 300,000.00
Project Architect: ARCH FX Architects
Client: GOODNESTONE SCHOOL – KATY BROOKS 
PROJECT MANAGER – WOODLEY COLES

Project Commenced 15/8/2010
Project Completion Date 23/12/2011

BEC SITE MANAGER: Mr Andy Louch

New Timber framed Building to provide two new class rooms. The new timber frame building is being constructed on new foundations, and a beam and block floor. New internal steel frame, timber frame, Welsh slate roof, and externally timber cladding. Internally new suspended ceilings, and finishes to complement the existing school.