Scotts of Thrapston teamed up with Broadwater Management and Next Generation Renewable Energy (NGRE) to deliver a state of the art education building for Croughton All Saints CE Primary School.
Scotts was responsible for the design, manufacture and build of the contemporary, carbon efficient timber-framed building consisting of two new classrooms, toilets and store room. The classrooms are already occupied by Key Stage two children.
In the video below, the headteacher of Croughton Primary School compares the final build with the original brief. Her favourite aspect of the building is the wooden cladding which is sympathetic to the rural location of the school. Overall, the education building supplied by Scotts far exceeded the expectations of the school staff and governors and achieved the size and cost requirements.
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