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Leeds-based Edward Architecture has completed two modular projects on schools in Bedlington.
Jane Imrie

Leeds architecture firm completes £2.4m modular school projects in Northumberland

Two multi-million pound projects on schools in Northumberland have reached completion.

Leeds-based Edward Architecture has completed two modular projects on schools in Bedlington.

A £1.2m turnkey modular design and build school project for St Benet Biscop Catholic Academy and a second £1.2m build has been completed for Bedlington West End School.

Working alongside the project team including East-Yorkshire based modular off-site construction specialist M-AR and Faithful + Gould who acted as project managers, quantity surveyors and principal designer, Edward Architecture delivered the projects secured through the CCS (Crown Commercial Services) framework.

Graham Edward, managing director at Edward Architecture commented: “We are delighted to deliver two modular design and build schools in the North East alongside our project partners.

“St Benet Biscop school truly has been a quick turnaround project, testament to the beauty of modular build which is both cost-effective and delivers fast, quality construction with minimal disruption.

“Gone are the days of ugly pre-fab huts; there is now a growing trend for schools who favour cost-effective, modern modular built educational space which provides light and airy classrooms to support learning and can also be moved to support changing future school populations.”

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