We focus on what really makes a difference for learning, using creative ways of achieving more for less.

The responsibility always remains the same: to harness the instinctive desire to learn that is intrinsic in every child in the most inspirational way. In any education system the vision drives available spending: we ensure that a site developed in phases still achieves a cohesive whole and ensures value for money.

We use our cross sector experience from the most demanding of commercial clients and combine it with a deep, practical understanding of how teaching and learning is achieved at all stages of education. We create adaptable, inspiring, and affordable spaces which provide a springboard for realising evolving pedagogies and learning styles.

We work closely with a range of schools from early years, primary, secondary to post 16 and special schools in both the State and independent sectors. We are active in a variety of framework, individual and local authority procurement routes throughout the UK acting as both client technical advisors and as lead consultant for clients and contractor-led delivery teams.

We have worked with Stride Treglown on three consecutive large scale secondary school designs. I remain consistently impressed with the levels of competency, collaboration, professionalism  and (in particular) innovation; with which their design teams are energised. Their ability to provide budget sensitive solutions that retain a high level of architectural integrity and end user satisfaction is second to none.

Geraint Flowers, Regional Project Manager, City and County of Swansea

I just wanted to say that the staff have started to move back into Penrose today and some of them have been crying, with happiness, and I wanted to let you know what a difference you have all made to us.  If you could see the children’s excitement when they come in to their new school it would make you all happy.

Liz Hayward, Executive Headteacher, Penrose School (PMLD)

Schools Clients

  • BAM Construction
  • BAM Construction for MAP
  • Bedfordshire County Council
  • Berkeley Homes
  • Bracknell Forest Borough Council
  • City and Council of Swansea
  • Devon County Council
  • Education Funding Agency
  • Futures for Somerset
  • Hallam Land
  • Kier Group
  • Leicestershire County Council
  • Malvern St James School
  • Morgan Sindall
  • Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council
  • North Somerset Council
  • Persimmon Homes
  • Plymouth City Council
  • Rhondda Cynon Taf County Borough Council
  • Skanska
  • Somerset County Council
  • The Red Maids' School
  • Vale of Glamorgan County Council
  • Willmott Dixon