Lower Years Teaching Block, St George’s School, Weybridge

St George’s School was founded in 1869 and is located in Surrey, England. It is an independent, Roman Catholic co-educational nursery, private day school and 6th form college in Surrey for 3-18 year old boys and girls.

The development consisted of 3 phases of construction works.

Phase 1 – Comprised of site enabling works, as well as the demolition of 2 existing classroom blocks, drainage, plus access widening for Fire Engine access and hard landscaping works.

Phase 2 – Encompassed the construction of new 2-storey teaching block, to provide new classrooms and further teaching areas, as well as associated drainage works and hard & soft landscaping.

Phase 3 – The phase 3 scope included the refurbishment of the existing Nursery building, plus hard landscaping to these areas, which involved a new cross-over to the entrance.

The works were carried out in phases due to the working environment remaining live throughout the duration of the project, to ensure that the daily tasks and activities of the school were not compromised.

New Sixth Form Centre and Dining Hall, Queen Anne’s School, Caversham

Queen Anne’s School was founded in 1894 and situated in Caversham, Reading. It is an independent boarding and day school for girls aged 11 to 18 years old.

Works included the design and construction of a 2-storey Sixth Form Centre and Dining Hall providing catering and dining facilities, new offices as well as further social and teaching rooms.Works also included the refurbishment of the accommodation block’s kitchen facilities.

The site was located within the School campus on the site of the old bursary and accommodation block (Moore House), this meant that the site was live throughout the duration of works; therefore Feltham Construction implemented specific policies and procedures to ensure the safety and welfare of pupils, staff and other visitors.

Prior to the success of this project, Feltham completed 2 previous projects with this client, demonstrating our robust demand for repeat business and high rate of customer satisfaction. Feltham have now just completed their 5th scheme with Queens Anne’s School.


Godalming College

New Teaching Building, Godalming College, Surrey

Godalming College was founded in 1978 and is located in Godalming, England. It is one of the top performing sixth form Colleges in the country.

Feltham Construction were awarded phase four of the development plan, which included the design and construction of a new two storey detached teaching building including, adaptations to the existing sports hall, drainage and minor hard and soft landscape works, as well as, adaptations to existing parking areas within the College campus.

St Swithuns

New School Building, St Swithuns School, Winchester

St Swithuns School was founded 1884 and is located in Winchester, Hampshire. It is a mainstream, independently funded senior school for girls aged 11-18 years old.

The project comprised of creating new build School facilities to accommodate an additional 260 pupils from Nursery, Reception and years 1 to 6. In addition to two classrooms per year group, specialist classrooms were constructed for the teaching of DT/ ICT/ Science/ Art/ Music/ French and the Humanities. The project also delivered a new library, music practice rooms, cloakrooms, staff room, administration offices, a music / performance hall and a gym hall.

The scheme was built in two phases separated by a year’s gap and the duration of the works took place within a live, occupied environment.

The required BREEAM accreditation of VERY GOOD was achieved.

New Assembly Building, Westbrook Hay Preparatory School, Hemel Hempstead

Westbrook Hay Prep School was founded in 1892 and is located in Hemel Hempstead, England. It is a co-educational independent school which educates children from 3 –13 years old.

The scheme at Westbrook Hay School was the delivery of a new assembly hall, the structure provided a new reception, additional teaching rooms and a high-quality, tiered seating theatre to the ground floor. The first floor housed further teaching rooms, conference areas and additional access to the upper tiered seating.

Works initiated with the demolition of the existing building as well as the clearance of the site, before the construction could commence. Access to the site for the duration of the works was via temporary roadways, which was protected with fencing panels and netting, to ensure the upmost safety of all pupils, staff and the general public.

The site is within the centre of the North campus with existing buildings adjacent to each elevation.

New Sports Hall, Aldro Boys Preparatory School, Godalming

Aldro School was founded in 1877 and is located in Shackleford, England. It is a day and boarding school for approximately 200 boys aged between 7 and 13 years old.

Works comprised of the design and construction of a new multi court sports hall and all associated works for facilities including toilets and storage, as well as office space for the staff, plus external works. The construction took place whilst the School was fully operational.

The Value Engineering process was successfully completed on site, as requested.

Bekynton Field Project, Eton College, Windsor

Eton College is a prestigious, independent boarding school for boys aged 13-18 years old. It was founded in 1440 and is located in Windsor, Berkshire.

This project consisted of the construction of three new buildings, creating facilities for new modern languages, economics, politics, a divinity building, and lecture theatre. The state of the art lecture theatre structure was built in classical Greek style and features tiered upholstered seating to accommodate 250 people and a further 50 people accommodated within high level balconies. In order to meet the exacting standards to the Jafar Gallery, it was necessary to employ traditional Craftsmen to provide features such as the stone sphinx, copper acroterion and bronze balustrades. The building also provides home for the Eton College egyptology collection, with the main feature being the sarcophagus.

Design and construction solutions were sympathetic to the adjoining buildings on this historic site, the site was very close to live, occupied areas of the College, precautions and guidelines were implemented to ensure the safety of the pupils, teacher and other members of the public.

The buildings formed a quadrangle with a new central courtyard built in classical style to mirror and maintain the street frontage.

Officially opened by HRH the Prince of Wales in June 2015.