Neil Blundell, Jeremy Wagge & Russel Hayden

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Case study - Bristol Cathedral Choir School: 'The sky is the limt' - Overcoming the litations of time, space and money through quick and smart conversion

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  • Jeremy Considering how appropriate it is to utilise unused office buildings to host education as a result of growing student population, lack of funds and time to build new • Aims and unique difficulties of the project where an office building was converted into a four storey education use, hosting languages, mathematics and ICT services for the whole school and a learning resource centre • How the partnership worked together to achieve everything within three months over school holidays, and within given budgets • Lessons which can be shared with other project teams
  • Jeremy Location, split campus, attached to Cathedral Listed Buildings, Curtilage listing Plenty of history
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    1. 1. <ul><li>“ The sky is the limit” - Overcoming the limitations of time, space and money through quick and smart conversion </li></ul><ul><li>Neil Blundell , Principal, Bristol Cathedral Choir School </li></ul><ul><li>Russel Hayden , Architect, Nicholas Hare Architects </li></ul><ul><li>Jeremy Wagge , Education Design Director, Skanska Education </li></ul>Case Study Bristol Cathedral Choir School
    2. 2. <ul><li>• How Appropriate are office buildings for educational use </li></ul><ul><li>• Aims and unique difficulties of the project </li></ul><ul><li>• Delivery to tight programme </li></ul><ul><li>• Lessons which can be shared with other project teams </li></ul>Case Study Bristol Cathedral Choir School
    3. 3. Context
    4. 4. History 800 years old Little spent to upgrade existing buildings School – reducing numbers Academy status Opportunity to convert office block into a school building
    5. 9. Existing building Spec built shell and core 4-storey + undercroft Open plan office space
    6. 10. Existing building Floor levels Access Acoustics
    7. 11. Existing building Steel frame, composite deck Suspended ceiling with fan coil units Electrical distribution by raised floor
    8. 12. Existing building Ground floor plan Approx 300m 2 per floor nett
    9. 13. Existing building First floor plan
    10. 14. Existing building Section 2.6m 2.7m 2.6m
    11. 15. Existing building Structural loadings Environmental loadings Daylight penetration
    12. 16. Existing building Third floor
    13. 17. Opportunities
    14. 18. Opportunities Ground floor Central columns limit options for room layouts Movable walls provide flexibility Classrooms average 57m 2
    15. 19. Opportunities Ground floor Open area as ICT resource Office provides passive supervision Environmental control challenging
    16. 20. Opportunities First floor plan Teaching spaces for MFL, SEN English Top floor for LRC
    17. 21. Building Regs Part B - fire Door swings Stair capacity
    18. 22. Building Regs Part E - sound External noise New partitions Fan coil units
    19. 23. Building Regs Part G - sanitation Inadequate provision
    20. 24. Building Regs Part L - heat Air leakage
    21. 25. Building Regs Part M - access No issues
    22. 26. Colour Neutral paint colours Maple joinery Stainless steel hardware Lockers
    23. 27. Passive supervision Management of students Flexible space Business opportunities Curriculum management FFE Sustainable environment Light
    24. 28. Glazing Light Sound Ventilation
    25. 30. Leadership team can monitor behaviour without entering the classroom Teachers in office space are aware of behaviour
    26. 31. Business environment Student response Paint!
    27. 32. Shared Learning Strategic Brief Do your homework Understand the basics – design loadings Structural and Environmental Existing Vertical circulation – restrictions to capacity Daylight Acoustics etc

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