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First look at completed Sefton high school

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[First look + plans] The design team behind the £8.5 million Alsop High School in Sefton, Merseyside has released these new photographs of the project

The 1,800-student school was drawn up by consultants at multidisciplinary outfit 2020 Liverpool - a joint venture between Mouchel and Liverpool City Council which was set up in 2003.

Replacing a series of mobile classrooms, a new block adds to the existing 1920s buildings on the site.

More details and plans can be found on the AJBL.

Project data

Architect: 2020 Liverpool
Client: Liverpool City Council
Structural engineer: 2020 Liverpool
Quantity surveyors : 2020 Liverpool
Planning supervisor: Taylor Young
Main contractor: Morgan Sindall
Start onsite: December 2008
Completed: April 2010
Floor area: 5,853m2
Sector: Education
Total cost: £8.4million
Procurement: Traditional JCT

  • CO2 Emissions: 16.5kg/m2/year
  • Address: Queens Drive, Liverpool, L4 6SH, United Kingdom
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