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Douay Martyrs Catholic Secondary School2018-11-02T15:26:13+00:00

Project Description

Client
Douay Martyrs Catholic
Secondary School

Project Name
Reception and Office
Reconfiguration

Duration
22 Weeks

Value
£475,000

Contract Administrator:
DHP (UK) LLP

Architect:
DHP (UK) LLP

Quantity Surveyor:
DHP (UK) LLP

M&E Consultant:
DHP (UK) LLP

Structural Engineer:
DHP (UK) LLP

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Demolish partition and reinstate of headteacher’s and deputy’s’, finance, reception, medical room, offices and Install new medical room with ensuite WC to existing exam store in three phases including new doors, flooring, ceilings and lighting at Douay Martyrs Catholic Secondary School in Ickenham.

Adaptations to electrical and mechanical installations included a duct mounted heat recovery unit (HRU) in the corridor ceiling and extract mechanical ventilation to the Finance / SIMS area. This work was undertaken in a live school environment which meant that student safety was a priority as was the need to minimise disruption to staff and students from noise, dust and vibration.

Testimonial
We have recently completed a major reconfiguration of our main offices and reception areas which included a complete refurbishment. This was a significant piece of work, made more so by the fact that it needed to be done when the school was in full operation, with nearly 1400 students and offices that needed to continue to fully function throughout the build. The work was completed to schedule and all of the benchmark completion dates along the way were also met.

The standard of work is excellent. The on-site team ensured that the needs of the school, or ability to continue to fully function and crucially the obvious health and safety and safeguarding concerns, were dealt with brilliantly. The team were considerate and professional in all of their work, the managers at Storm visited regularly and ensured rigor and quality assurance were applied. If we have a similar project we would certainly consider asking Storm to lead it for us.

Anthony Corish,
Headteacher