The scope of this project entailed demolition and refurbishment of 14 existing classrooms, construction of a canopy over a courtyard and a new canopy in the main forecourt.
This complex project involved working within a live school environment which meant ensuring that there was minimal disruption to the school by programming all works around the strict school timetables.
A stand out feature of this stunning innovation and design hub is the use of ‘A’ class spotted gum timber for the feature seating nooks and mirror alucabond.
GCB staff worked very closely and tirelessly with the Architect and the school to achieve this exemplary high standard of finish.
Client: St Aidan’s Anglican School
Location: Corinda QLD
Architect: Cox Architecture