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St Michael’s School needed to urgently complete a 4-classroom extension to accommodate the growing demand for places. The safety risks and potential learning disruption of a building project on a school site meant that speed of build was vital and a 2-week programme was drawn up to meet this requirement. Find out more here. 

Denbighshire County Council required two new schools on one site, utilising BIM level 2. Working closely with contractors Wynne Construction and architects Lovelock Mitchell, Innovaré developed an innovative design incorporating advanced structural timber technology to create two high-quality education facilities achieving BREEAM Excellent standard. Download PDF

Commissioned by the Surrey based Multi-Academy Trust the brief was to realise the vision of creating a world class learning environment. The proposed design took advantage of Innovaré’s i-SIP technology to balance the client’s desire for a dramatic statement building within tight budget constraints. Through value engineering and early engagement, Innovaré provided a simplified, energy…

Cornwall County Council had two school projects that posed significant logistical constraints for a traditional build, due to limited access and very rapid turnaround requirements. To complete the criteria, they also wanted minimal disruption with the schools being in operation at the time of the build. Working alongside Kier Construction Innovaré were able to deliver…

Major expansion was required for Bishopton Primary School in Warwickshire to accommodate the need to double the existing school places. Working in partnership with empa, architect Pick Everard and main contractor Ashe Construction, Innovaré were appointed to deliver 8 additional classrooms and an enlarged assembly hall to provide an additional 200 primary school places. Download…

The London Borough of Barking and Dagenham required a new build primary to secondary all-through school for a new urban development in Barking. Part of a three-phase development, a pre-requisite design standard for Zone 1 of the school was the need for the building to include pre-cast concrete floors to successfully meet sustainability requirements for…

Suffolk Council needed to create 120 additional school places for the local area at the existing Clements Primary School and required the new teaching block to be completed and operational in time for the September 2017 term. Download PDF

Surrey County Council decided to expand the successful Cranmere Primary School to create additional school places. The new school was built adjacent to the original school to provide twenty-one classrooms, an early years’ foundation stage teaching area, assembly hall and ancillary facilities. Download PDF