1st Scheme Kick’s off on Scape Procure Regional Construction framework
Ashe Construction are delighted to be starting their 1st project on the Scape Procure Regional Construction framework.
Work has recently commenced at REAch2 Academy Trust’s Water Lane Primary School in Harlow on their latest refurbishment scheme. The £1.1m project involves the upgrading and re-configuration of the existing classrooms to allow for the new classroom layout.
To ensure we left a positive legacy at the school we proposed that we purchased and planted an Ash tree on the site. Following discussions with the headteacher, she advised that they had recently planted over 100 trees within the grounds and asked if we could provide a bird table to encourage local wildlife to the school instead.
The Head of School, Ms Ward, along with some pupils at Water Lane Primary Academy, were invited to the ceremony held on 19th September, where Site Manager, Rusty Scott, and his team presented the School with the bird table on behalf of all at Ashe Construction.
Later in the evening, Rusty, along with Ben Wandless (Contracts Manager), Ross Kent (Quantity Surveyor), Head of School (Ms Ward), and Andrew Ward of project manager Jarman Ward, held a “Meet the Parents Forum” where Ms Ward and Jarman Ward invited parents to the School to discuss the project, the timelines, how it will impact the School now, and the benefits it will bring in the future.
Rusty and his team were in attendance to answer questions regarding the programme and construction approach. The event was positively attended and helped demonstrate to parents the efforts made to deliver the fantastic scheme at Water Lane Primary School