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.
The whole project was managed by Broadwater Management and overseen by managing director, Barry Owen. Barry speaks about the success of the project in this short video when asked whether Scotts of Thrapston fulfilled the brief. Superb workmanship has led to everybody loving their new classroom from the teachers through to the students.
If you are looking to solve space issues and would like further information on our timber education buildings, contact us today:
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