Galliford Try to Build SEND School in Westminster
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Galliford Try to Build SEND School in Westminster

UK’s leading construction groups Galliford Try has signed contracts to build a new school for St Marylebone CE Bridge School in Westminster, the fifth award

UK’s leading construction groups Galliford Try has signed contracts to build a new school for St Marylebone CE Bridge School in Westminster, the fifth award of an Special Educational Needs and Disability facility its Building Southern business has received within the past few months, in deals totalling in excess of GBP 50 million. The school is a co-educational Church of England Special Free School providing a high-quality education for pupils aged 11- 16, whose primary needs are related to their speech, language and communication. The project will create a new main three-storey building to house up to 70 pupils, sharing the site of the Wilberforce Primary School in West Kilburn.

Following the success of the completed and well-received Cleeve Meadow School for the London Borough of Bexley, the Building Southern team has now been selected through the Department of Education Framework to design and build Cornerstone School, again in Bexley, on behalf of the Trinitas Academy Trust. The school will provide places for 90 pupils with SEND including ten post-16 places.

The project will create a new-build two-storey block and entrance lobby, alongside a new Multi Use Games Area (MUGA), as well as renovating existing facilities and installing new pre-fabricated pupil calming pods.

That scheme is on top of two more recent awards of two other SEND schools for the business across Greater London. The Avenue, in the London Borough of Brent is a school for 104 children with autism. The school site is highly-constrained with architect Pozzoni’s design solution incorporating innovative sports facilities on third-level roof terraces to maximise the footprint.

Construction is already underway at the Meadow High School project in Hillingdon, with an extensive refurbishment and the creation of a new main block building catering for 255 pupils aged 11-19 years who have a ‘complex and moderate learning difficulties with Autism' designation.https://www.gallifordtry.co.uk/media/1655/st-marylebone-school.jpg?anchor=center&mode=crop&width=1440&height=480&rnd=132616733340000000

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