The 600 seats Auditorium is part of the large building complex of Hatch End High School in Harrow. It was built in the 50s and its interiors have been left untouched since. The Auditorium, including the performance area, the audience space and the foyer area, was in much need of interiors, lighting and sound equipment upgrade.
The refurbishment has given back to the school an Auditorium with elegant, comfortable and vibrant spaces: the new colour scheme and the lighting arrangement have soften and modernized the interiors.
The foyer area has been addressed to make the entrance to the building attractive to the users; the differentiation in floor and wall colours gives an artistic touch inviting and guiding the users through the main entrance doors into the audience space.
Two of the Architectural team are leaving 3BM today, to head back to University to study Masters in Architecture.
They are both highly valued employees and as such are being sponsored by 3BM as part of our commitment to “value and develop our people”.
Cordy is going back to Oxford Brookes University for her final year and Ricky is starting the first year at Royal College of Art in London.
We are all really proud of their achievements so far and we are going to miss them around the place during term time. They’ll be back, though!
New bespoke SEN centre, now taking shape and ‘Water Tight’. Designed and delivered by 3BM and Buxton.
Due Completion July 2016, the bespoke design comprises 4 SEN classrooms, development room, new main entrance to the school and support areas. The Architecture mixes contemporary design with a modern interpretation of Historic brickwork techniques which are characterised by both the existing London board school and school branding.
3BM are proud to announce the completion of our specialist Sport and Science block at Sacred Heart High School, Hammersmith. The £8.4m purpose built building is set within the grounds of a Grade II* listed building dating back to 1884, which was designed by John Francis Bentley.
3BM were pleased to attend the launch of the National Autism Project at the House of Lords, on Tuesday 28th April 2015, hosted by the Baroness Neuberger, DBE. The National Project supported by The Shirley Foundation is being set up to provide recommendations on autism research and practice in the UK and to raise awareness on directed investment and the benefits and to both those with autism and reduce the impact on the on the economy.
A formal contract is now in place for the construction of the new £8.3m Queensmill ASD School, incorporating respite facilities. This “built for purpose” new build development, to support ASD pupils aged 3-16, is designed and project managed by 3BM Building Professional Services, in close liaison with the Headteacher Jude Ragan OBE, and Chair of Governors, on behalf of London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham. The contractor, Bouygues UK Ltd, is now on site and the new school is scheduled to be open for the start of the 2014/15 academic year.
We are delighted to announce that we have been awarded the Hammersmith and Fulham Window Renewal Programme for schools, valued at £20million, to be delivered by the our Buildings Professional Services Team. The programme is scheduled to be delivered over the next 3 years, with the first project, Addison Primary School, well under way. The award of this programme is a huge statement on the level of confidence that LBHF have with 3BM Ltd as a strategic partner.
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