A comfortable, healthy and productive environment is paramount within educational buildings. Students and teachers alike spend long hours within classrooms, so it is imperative that the internal environment is comfortable and healthy, optimising conditions for performance.
Educational buildings are also high energy users, so a sustainable and energy-efficient building is at the forefront of our design.
Our experience in the education sector spans over 10 years and ranges from nursery schools to universities, both public and private, including new build schools, refurbishments and extensions.
Whitecode provides detailed mechanical and electrical design, as well as sustainability strategies to ensure cost-effective installation and operation whilst integrating sustainable design creating a comfortable and energy efficient learning environment.
Alex joined Whitecode Design Associates in 1994, and graduated from South Bank University with…
Nick Easton joined Whitecode in 2009 having had an introduction to the industry with another c…
Since joining Whitecode in 2001, Jason has graduated with an Honours Degree in Building Servic…
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- Will work be disruptive?
Should an educational building be in need of refurbishment or upgrade, The Whitecode Group, in collaboration with the rest of the design team, will manage the project from start to finish in order to ensure any downtime of services and disruption to students and teachers is kept to the absolute minimum. Previous projects have had the design work completed during term time, with the majority of site works taking place during the school holiday periods.