Woodlands Meed College Burgess Hill, West Sussex
West Sussex County Council appointed W. Stirland with the refurbishment of Newick House School, which has now been renamed Woodlands Meed College.
"The school have been extremely happy with your approach to the major refurbishment. As a Special Needs School, there was some doubt over term-time working, this however has proven to be entirely workable and it has been particularly pleasing to be consistently on or ahead of schedule and provided with an early finish. We would have no hesitation in recommending you to other schools or indeed other customers."
David Anning, Business Manager - Woodlands Meed College
Architect: WAS Chartered Architects
Engineer: Ramboll UK
Client Agent: Baqus
The project was carried out in three phases, and involved the complete refurbishment of the 1500m² school including complex needs pastoral and high dependency units.
The building has been constructed of structural timber posts with insulated timber infill panels; externally the building has Trespa rain screen cladding with Fermacell internal lining.
West Sussex County Council
Form of Contract
JCT 2011 Design and Build with Ammendments