With a limited budget, this local tennis club wanted to upgrade their facilities. We worked with architects and project managers to value engineer the plans. After demolishing and removing their old building, we installed a state-of-the-art pavilion complete with solar panels.
We delivered a new pre-school facility to a school in Cambridgeshire. The design included brightly-coloured play zones that are perfect for young children. This project was delivered during the 6-week school holidays to minimise disruption to the main school.
MPH Building Systems have been working in collaboration with a school and their local community. We've designed and delivered a stunning school classroom building that doubles as a facility for local businesses and community groups to enjoy.
We recently completed construction of a two-storey modular classroom block for a school in Lincolnshire. This will provide 8 new state-of-the-art classrooms as well as a double-height atrium area for group work. The school are delighted with their new facility!
Working with a school for children with special educational needs (SEN), MPH were able to build an extension to their existing dining hall facilities. Our modular building project was completed in just a few weeks, providing additional capacity for school lunchtimes.
Batley Girls' High School had an immediate and pressing need for an additional five English teaching classrooms and two Science teaching laboratories. The school did not have enough space to teach these core subjects and were being forced to teach in other parts of the school away from their respective departments.
Westborough High School were faced with relocating their existing library to create more general teaching spaces within the main school. With limited space options and timescales to create a new library, a modular solution was explored and chosen as the preferred construction method. The challenge was to locate a new 95 m2 single-storey modular building [...]
The brief was Limehurst Academy required more teaching space to meet the needs of an expanding school. Under a challenging programme, the facility had to be completed and ready for a grand opening day introducing the building to the new student intake before the school closed for summer.
For many years Girlguiding Norfolk was looking to provide a suitable building to house their extensive collection of archives after the original plan in 2009 for a brick-built building proved unaffordable when Heritage Lottery funding wasn’t granted.
Rapidly shifting demographics, with the burgeoning demand for school places, is a familiar twenty-first century issue, and planning for the likelihood of increased capacity is a continual priority for educational authorities across the country. Such a situation faced St Mark’s CE Primary School.