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Jessop and Cook completes 'playful' classroom block

Jessop and Cook Architects has built this £254,000 classroom for St Mary’s Infant School in Witney, Oxfordshire

Replacing a dilapidated block, the scheme for 30 foundation level pupils features 30m² of covered, external space, a ‘playful’ hidden garden and a raised play cove.

 The scheme has been built from brick, cedar shingles and clay tiles.


Project data:

Architects: Jessop and Cook Architects   
Location: Witney, Oxfordshire
Type Of Project: Traditional
Structural Engineers: AKSWard
Project Architect: Daniel Wadsworth & Martin Shaw
Design Team: N/A
Client: St Mary’s Infant School
Funding: St Mary’s Infant School
Start on site date: 1 Aug 2012
Contract duration: six months
Gross internal floor area: 110m²
Form of contract and/or procurement: JCT ICD 2011
Total cost:  £254,000 (£280,000 was the orginal cost estimate)      
Quantity surveyor:
Chris Bates Consulancy
Main contractor: HyattConstruction

Selected subcontractors and suppliers:

Annual co2 emissions: 15.2kgCO2

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