Client: Birmingham University
Location: Birmingham University Complex, Selly Oak, Birmingham
Contractor: Crown House Technologies (on Behalf of Wilmot Dixon)
Consultant: Couch Perry Wilkes
Distributor: BSS Smethwick
Product Specifications: Couch Perry Wilkes Spec using DPCV’s and General Valves
“The Service and Back Up has been excellent” – John Parsons, Mechanical Supervisor – Crown House Technologies
Project Background: The complex is one of the first university training schools in the UK, a 'lab school' initiative modelled on similar projects in Finland and the US where innovative educational ideas are trialled.
As well as providing a broad academic curriculum, the university training school provides initial and ongoing teacher training and research into improving educational practice.
The school also accommodates 750 11 to 16-year-old pupils and a further 400 at the sixth form college, it's free to attend and admissions are open to children from different areas across Birmingham, half of which will come from Selly Oak.