[FIRST LOOK + PLANS + PROJECT DATA] ADP has added an extension to this grade II-listed school chapel in Leatherhead, Surrey
The AJ100 practice has restored and extended the school’s grade II-listed old chapel providing a multi-use space and assembly hall as part of the £900,000 project.
A new cast-stone pavilion forms a contemporary extension to the chapel. It is separated from the Victorian building by a glazed link.
The chapel has been restored to reveal its original internal timber roof trusses and stained glass windows.
The project is the fourth which the practice has completed for the school after it drew up its masterplan in 2007.
Location Leatherhead, Surrey
Type of project extension to a grade II-listed building
Client St John’s School
Landscape and planning consultant ADP Landscape
Structural engineer David Osborne Associates
M&E consultant Chalbrook Services
Quantity surveyor Marston BDB
Planning supervisor Chawton Hill
Lighting consultant Chalbrook Services
Main contractor Beard Construction
Tender date October 2012
Start on site date June 2013
Completion date March 2014
Contract duration 9 months
Gross internal floor area 340m2
Form of contract and/or procurement JCT Intermediate with Contractor design
Total cost £900,000