The McAvoy Group has been confirmed as a shortlisted finalist in the 2017 CEF Construction Excellence Awards. Lynch Hill Enterprise Academy in Slough has been shortlisted for the GB & Republic of Ireland Construction Award.
Standing as a ‘best in class’ model of the school of the future, Lynch Hill Enterprise Academy marked a record-breaking building project by offsite specialists The McAvoy Group who completed the school 17 weeks ahead of schedule – despite a three month delay.
The £20m school, situated at the town’s Stoke Road, is understood to be one of the UK’s largest ever post-primary modular schools. Spanning a massive 8750m2 the building accommodates 1140 pupils across a 2.87 hectares site. The project was commissioned by The Learning Alliance Academy Trust, with the contract being awarded through the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) Framework for Modular Building Systems which is funded through the Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA).
All now points towards the Showcase of Finalists event, at the National Football Stadium at Windsor Park on 13th September 2017, were each finalist for the 14 awards will be presented.
View our Lynch Hill Enterprise Academy case study here.