Building Schools for the Future: The £28m Stockwell Park High School project involves the demolition of the existing school and reconstruction of a part three-storey, part four-storey building. Stockwell Park High School has been designed for 1300 places for pupils aged 11-16 years, with a 15-place Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) unit and 100 staff.
Faithful+Gould is providing contract administrator and project management services. The school is remaining open and fully-functioning on site throughout the construction process and is being decanted into the new building in three phases. The site has presented a number of physical challenges to construction, with multiple entrances, an irregular shape and existing mature trees. Environment and Sustainability: The school is the first school to receive a rating of ‘Excellent' by the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment (CABE), the new building has been targeted to achieve a ‘Very Good' BREEAM rating, the school has been designed for 15% energy consumption to be from renewable energy technology. Completion: phase 1 - April 2009, phase 2 - July 2010, phase 3 - November 2010.