Case study
Maiden Erlegh School Library Refurbishment

The project consisted of refurbishment and alteration work to the existing School Library to create new teaching offices.

Project details

Contract | Maiden Erlegh School Library Refurbishment
Contract Dates | July 2018 to August 2018
Contract Value | £140k
Client | Maiden Erleigh Trust
Principal Designer | WSW Consultancy


Maiden Erlegh School
Silverdale 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.

A full asbestos refurbishment and demolition survey was carried out and specialist asbestos removal works were undertaken in line with this. A complete strip out of the existing library was conducted with the demolition of internal stud partitions and both electrical and mechanical services ready for alteration works to take place.

Works included new window sections cut into the existing brickwork elevations, new aluminium windows, acoustic medal stud partitioning, suspended ceilings, pre-finished laminate doors and bespoke ironmongery, new kitchenette and purpose made joinery beech entrance frames. New floor coverings were installed together with new decoration finishes.

Electrical and mechanical works included new LED lighting, fire detection, small power, data, heating alterations and new heating ventilation.  Using our expertise and experience we ensured the project was successfully completed on time and to budget as per the clients specification.