Education | Briggs & Forrester

Overview of Education

Education is now looked at without preconceptions. It is no longer a building for teaching: it is a place where children should be inspired, and where knowledge is developed and shared. To deliver this expectation, a solid partnership based on trust needs to be developed between stakeholders, professional teams and project partners. A 'what should it look like, how should it feel?' consultative approach is required, whilst adhering to budgets, and committing and delivering to critical timetables.

Read more below about the Educational projects that the Briggs and Forrester Group has been involved with.

Education

Booth Lane College, Northampton
Education
Booth Lane College
Northampton

A New Build College to provide approx 20,000m2 of education space. 

Cambourne Village College, Cambourne, Cambridgeshire
Education
Cambourne Village College
Cambourne, Cambridgeshire

Installation of mechanical, electrical and public health services to a new school building

Cranfield University AIRC Building
Education
Cranfield University AIRC Building
Bedfordshire

This project provides 4,400m2 of new purpose built flexible research environment facilities for the Aerospace integration Research Centre (AIRC).

North West Cambridge Development Primary School
Education
NWCW Primary School
North West Cambridge Development

A BREEAM Excellent rate primary school on an extensive development.

Oundle School science facility
Education
Oundle School
Science, Tech, Maths & Engineering facility

Mechanical, Electrical and Public Health Services installation to phased works in two existing buildings.

Exterior, Tauheedul Boys School, Birmingham
Education
Tauheedul Eden Boys School
Birmingham

Design, installation and commissioning of various mechanical, electrical and public health systems at the Tauheedul Eden Boys School Birmingham.

The David Attenborough Building, University of Cambridge
Education
The David Attenborough Building
University of Cambridge

Upgrade and remodelling of the existing University Building.