External Canopy for Lawley Village Primary School

External Canopy for Lawley Village Primary School

Project: Lawley Village Primary School
Client: Baart Harries Newall Architects / Wates Construction
Products: Brandon Canopy – 17.2Mtr x 6Mtr
Value: £24,000
Completed: November 2015

Bailey Streetscene have provided an external canopy for Lawley Village Primary School. As part of an ambitious expansion plan for Lawley village including the construction of 3400 new homes, a new Primary and reception school was to be constructed. The reception area of the school required a sheltered outdoor area for play and a safe, dry space for parent collections.

Bailey Streetscene were approached to provide an external canopy which the client required within a tight budget and timescales. The canopy had to be designed and constructed to incorporate the existing drainage system as the existing building. Bailey Streetscenes’ in-house design & manufacturing capabilities allowed them to adapt the original design to solve the drainage issue. This was achieved by angling the roof towards the school building and providing an overhang from canopy roof to direct any water into the schools drainage system.

Bailey Streetscene Responsibilities:
• Design/ adaptation of existing product
• Value engineering of existing designs
• Installation working according timescales of overall scheme

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Bailey Streetscene are designers, manufacturers and installers of high quality external furniture. The firm service a broad cross section of markets, including: Education, Commercial and Retail, New Build and Regeneration projects, Local Authorities...
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