Located in Hornsey in the inner city part of north London this project involved the redevelopment of the two storey Design and Technology block at the Greig City Academy.
The refurbishment involved stripping back the services to the base building. A new electrical supply was run to the existing machinery.
The CAD and technology rooms were provided with new electrical and data supplies and a new ventilation system. A new radiator system was installed to the ground floor to match the first floor. Within the workshops, a new dust extract system was installed and linked to the machinery so that the machinery could not be started without the dust extract system also running. New ‘Emergency Power Off’ buttons were provided to each room which would shut off all equipment while allowing the extract systems to continue running.
Extensive refurbishment of existing Design and Technology Block in this comprehensive school with approximately 780 students aged from 11 to 19.
New electrical power distribution to supply existing workshop machinery.
Power and supplies to 5 no. classrooms upgraded to allow increased numbers of PCs in the classroom.
New dust extract to 3 no. workshops
EPOs to shut off all machinery in each workshop while allowing the dust extract to continue operating.
New radiator system to ground floor to match the existing on first floor.