Our superb new facility for Summerhouse School, in Dulwich, central London, is now in place and is fully operational.
As you can see, it was quite a squeeze to fit the building into such a small space with restricted access all around but we pulled out all the stops to deliver a carefully planned installation and the school is thrilled with its new resource.
According to Head Teacher Maureen Thomas, it has ‘transformed this tiny space into an entirely functional and useable space which provides us with an invaluable new resource. We were really pleased with the delivery of the project by AVDanzer.’
AVDanzer was commissioned by the London Borough of Southwark to build the 61.20m2 Linkpak modular classroom and referral unit which will assist primary-aged pupils who are at risk of exclusion in mainstream schools.
We were main contractor in the delivery of the building and undertook all of the ground works including; drainage installation, foundations, trenching, tarmac surfacing and also shoring up a party wall which all had to be undertaken in a really confined space.
The larch-clad building was lifted into place last week following a carefully planned road closure and liaison with the local Police, neighbours and school.
You can read more about the commission in our earlier story here.