The latest phase of building extension works at Peter Symonds College in Winchester has now been completed.
The flat-roofed, timber-framed building extension at the Paul Woodhouse Centre provides new offices, a changing room with toilet facilities, and a large freezer store for the canteen and a goods delivery reception.
We have been working at Peter Symonds College for many years, designing both new buildings and refurbishing, extending and modifying existing buildings. Each year they commission a programme of works to be carried out during the summer break which must be completed before the pupils return in September. As well as teaching British students, the College is also the sixth form college for Falkland Island residents who wish to progress to further education.
Challenges along the way on the latest building extension, which was designed by TKL Architects, included design of the foundation around existing services.
All structural and civil engineering design and detailing work for the new building extension was carried out by the Gyoury Self Fareham/Portsmouth team based in Hampshire.
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