Styles&Wood completes £770,000 primary school refurbishment

Integrated property services and project delivery specialist Styles&Wood has completed a £770,000 design and build project at Avon Park Primary School in Warwickshire.

The 20-week project required the full strip out and remodelling of the special day school and included the addition of a calm room, a design technology suite, a science room and a teaching kitchen.

Styles&Wood’s specialist education service team was appointed to handle the refurbishment following a competitive tender process. The team worked alongside the client, The Witherslack Group, to plan an appropriate schedule of works under a tight deadline in a live working environment.

This included engaging with the local community and to provide fortnightly updates on progress and regular air testing at weekends during the removal of asbestos to provide extra reassurance for staff and parents.

Paul Lonsdale, Operations Director at Styles&Wood, said: “The team went above and beyond basic requirements and considered the site appearance, respect for the local community and the environment throughout the project.

“By working in collaboration with Witherslack Group we were able to deliver the full redevelopment within budget and on time.”



See All News


@StylesandWood. Nov 12

RT @S_Broadstock: A full 11-floor refurbishment for @AllianceMBS with furniture at the heart. Designed to provide first-class teaching, lea…

@StylesandWood. Nov 11

This year the Poppy Appeal is aiming to raise over £50 million to help support serving and ex-serving members of th…

@StylesandWood. Oct 29

RT @ExtentiaGroup: Productivity is the single biggest economic challenge facing Britain today and our research suggests that the British Su…

@StylesandWood. Oct 28

The EU Commission believe that “the effect [of British Summer Time] on the human biorhythm may be more severe than…

@StylesandWood. Oct 12

RT @Mobias_Change: Change is complicated. Programmes of work across multiple sites with high volume, fast-paced projects are difficult to m…