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Scotts has started work on over £1 million worth of timber framed buildings in the last few months. The buildings, which have been specifically designed for learning, living and leisure environments, are being constructed by Scotts in the towns of Lavenham, Havering and Croughton.
The construction of a new multi-use Young Persons Centre in Lavenham, Suffolk was marked by a groundbreaking ceremony in March. When finished the carbon efficient timber-framed building will have capacity for 48 pupils and will include a bright and spacious purpose-built play space, staff room, office space and a separate 'quiet room' to support children with special educational needs.
Work on a new community centre at Highfield Tower in Collier Row, Havering started earlier this year. The new community building will include a large hall for events, a kitchen, toilets and an office. The old centre has now been demolished and work has started on creating the new carbon efficient community centre which will be fully accessible for people with disabilities.
Working alongside Broadwater Management, Scotts of Thrapston has designed and manufactured a timber frame building for Croughton All Saints CE Primary School in Northamptonshire. The building consists of two classrooms, lobby and cloakroom area with associated toilet and storage facilities.
At Scotts, we take great pride in our approach, which combines superb architectural and strategic design, excellent service and a sustainable mindset to meet the end user's specification. Whether there are special needs requirements, accessibility issues or existing structures to take into consideration, our dedicated team will work with the education provider, or local authority, to ensure all needs are met resulting in a sustainable, cost-effective and maintenance-free solution.