SEH French delivers six school projects in time for Autumn Term

09 17


SEH French were busy over the summer holidays working on multiple projects in Suffolk schools. Six site teams worked in a race against time to get everything completed before pupils returned to school in September, and many went back to new and improved state-of-the-art facilities.

SEH French carried out six projects across Suffolk including the construction of two annexe buildings to provide extra classroom capacity at White House School in Ipswich and Great Heath School in Bury St Edmunds.

The team also undertook several other extensions, alternations and refurbishments at Trinity School and Abbots Hall School in Stowmarket, Great Heath School in Bury St Edmunds, and Broke Hall School in Rushmere.
The annexe at Great Heath Primary School, pictured above and designed by Concertus, has provided capacity for six extra classrooms.

SEH French’s Managing Director Simon Girling said: “It was a pleasure to work with Concertus, delivering this fantastic project, which provides a wonderful environment for the children and staff to work in.”

Darren Fellowes, principle architectural designer at Concertus, added: “The efficient and professional team at SEH French were a pleasure to work with before, during and upon completion of the project.”