As part of a community development strategy in the Hackney area, Morgan Sindall Construction has been appointed by the local council to deliver two schemes; one of which is the City of London Academy, Shoreditch Park
The £43.7 million 12,500 square metre school is being developed to ease the much-needed demand for secondary and higher education spaces in the area
Overall, Heckmondwike has supplied 5,500 square metres of its Broadrib carpet tiles in Flint – covering almost half of the new school’s flooring space. The carpet tiles are being installed across the school in classrooms, corridors and other communal areas
Broadrib is one of the company’s leading fibre-bonded ranges. Manufactured in the UK at the company’s site in West Yorkshire, Broadrib offers a host of benefits to the education sector, including its heavy-duty nature and its acoustic reducing properties
Alongside Morgan Sindall, the companies delivering the school includes Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios architects, Buro Happold engineers, with external project management for Hackney Council being delivered by PCSG
Heckmondwike supplied the carpet tiles through Loughton Contracts, who are installing the Broadrib tiles throughout the site
The school is scheduled to be completed for the 2021/2022 school year
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