Maricourt High School Refurbishment
Client: Maricourt High School/Sefton Council
Hightown undertook a programme of works to replace windows and doors to the Science and Tech block at Maricourt High school in Merseyside.
Works included new structural supports, replacement fire doors and frames to both the upper and lower site buildings, carried out by our own, in-house BM TRADA certified trades persons.
Drainage works and works to the electrics and gas safety valves to the Science and Tech block were also undertaken to bring the schools facility up to modern safety standards.
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“AG Hill Chartered Building Services Engineers have worked successfully with Hightown Construction on several projects across the University spectrum. Hightown proved that they are very client orientated and non-contractual, open to advice and ideas from outside of their structure with a very flexible and progressive attitude to construction delivery, more akin to the partnering arrangements suggested by Latham as the ideal methodology with which to approach construction, as opposed to the more common adversarial method”.