Case study
Maiden Erlegh School in Reading Refurbishment

The project comprised the formation of new offices from previous open areas and redundant classroom space together with the creation of a new bespoke cafeteria servers area.

Project details

Contract | Maiden Erlegh School in Reading Refurbishment
Contract Dates | June 2018 to August 2018
Contract Value | £25k
Client | Maiden Erlegh Trust
Principal Designer | WSW Consultancy


Maiden Erlegh School
81 Crescent Road

What we did

This particular project was undertaken during both term time and the Schools summer holiday period which involved careful planning and detailed risk and method statements in order to comply with a live Schools constraints.

The works involved the formation of new acoustic metal stud partitions to create a new office layout. Due to the existing floor coverings remaining floor protection was in place for the duration of the project. The installation of new certified fire rated laminate doors and suited locks together with associated ironmongery to match the existing was carried out.

Full redecoration works of all existing woodwork and walls were carried out including around the newly formed window opening which was constructed as part of the project. The new aluminium window was installed to increase natural light provision.

In the Cafeteria area a bespoke servery framework ready to receive specialist cladding installation was provided.