Two-storey music block for Cheshire school is latest CiF collaboration between Box Architects and Premier Modular
The new accommodation at Brine Leas School in Nantwich is being delivered under the Conditional Improvement Funding process, which allocates funds to local authority schools for essential repairs and accommodation improvements.
It comes at a time when Box are working on a 21st joint-bid with Premier, who are one of the UK’s leading modular building and offsite construction specialists.
Previous schemes have ranged from single-classroom blocks to provide temporary teaching accommodation or replace tired facilities, to more permanent modular extensions for primary, secondary and SEND schools.
The Brine Leas building will be made up of 11 modules to create a teaching space for 30 pupils, two staff offices, a drama room and toilets.
The use of modular methods of construction within the CiF framework in education recognises the need for rapid and easy access to additional accommodation. The process ensures a swift progression from inception to planning, while the use of Revit 3D design and modelling software makes it easier to engage with school staff and help them visualise the new accommodation.
- Delivered under Conditional Improvement Funding process
- More than 20 joint-projects with Premier Modular
- MMC give schools rapid and easy access to additional accommodation