Sibcas were contacted to see if we could make a quote to supply and install 4 classrooms with toilets following a devastating fire at St Joseph`s Primary School. The package would be let on a turnkey basis and the classrooms were required to be operational prior to Easter so that the school could resume classes following the Easter holiday.
Size: 2 x 50 x 32 ft Double Classrooms c/w toilets single storey PermaSpace
Sibcas first conducted a site survey to evaluate the site’s location, general accessibility, and the existing available main services. After that, Sibcas provided a quote that included the entire purview of the project’s work, including surface-mounted foundations, groundworks, pathways, fire alarms, intruder alarms, and data points. PR Associates appointed Sibcas Ltd as a result, and Worcestershire County Council issued an order.
Sibcas was also required to complete the building’s electrical and plumbing connections.
A challenge faced by Sibcas was that to reach the site location, we had to travel through a small housing estate. As a result, we had to inform the local residents of the proposed installation date in order to prevent them from parking their vehicles at certain narrow pinch points that could impede our articulated vehicles.
This was accomplished through a letter that included the Project Manager’s contact information in case residents had any questions or concerns.
Sibcas also had to install trackway and carry out groundworks to remove existing fencing and excavate a grass bank to reach the site location.
Even though the schedule was extremely tight, Sibcas worked diligently to grant access to the school prior to the handover so that the staff could begin moving furniture and prepare for the return of the students after the Easter holiday.
The headmistress Cath Bryan, and Keith Ruff PR Associate were delighted with the standard of the buildings and were extremely pleased with how Sibcas managed to install the buildings within such a short time frame. They were particularly impressed with how hard the installation team under John Dunnigan worked.
St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School