New Academy gets 'A' rating.
Overview of Education
Education is now looked at without preconceptions. It is no longer a building for teaching, it is a place where children should be inspired and where knowledge is developed and shared. To deliver this expectation a solid partnership based on trust needs to be developed between stakeholders, professional teams and project partners. A ‘what should it look like, how should it feel?’ consultative approach is required, whilst adhering to budgets and committing and delivering to critical timetables.
Expertise within the practise covers planning conditions, sustainability, natural and mechanical ventilation, overheating (TM52), EFA standards and BB101.
Read more below for the details of the Education projects that Low Energy Consultancy has been involved in.
A six-storey extension to the Birmingham City University campus at Eastside.The extension to the existing £63 million Curzon Building includes teac
514 student accommodation set to make a big difference.
New further education building, part of phased works, meeting local planning requirements.
New community village school built for Cambridge Council.
Making the grade at Leicester College.
Top of the class with this energy performance.
£17 million super school saving energy
Extension works to high performing school.