With the start of the new academic school term come a selection of projects that are completed at NBA. The small halls project at St Bede's school surrey has successfully been carried out to provide valuable new accommodation to the school.
The project was constructed using the CLT construction method (Cross Laminated Timber) which enabled the main building frame to be erected in just 5 days. The clerestorey lighting provided between the large Glu lam beams to the roof provide for an excellent use of natural daylight to these utility use halls. A streched fabric acoustic sheeting was installed to address the acoustic issues in such spaces.
The school have been deligted with the results with Chris Curtis the Head Teacher saying "Sincere thanks to everyone for their hard work and support and for the co-operation and teamwork. I think we can all be proud of an inspiring building, very well achieved."