Frank Rogers has completed refurbishment and remodelling works at a high school in Formby, within rapid time, ready for school to re-open following the summer holidays.
Recent works comprise phase one of a series of programmed improvements to be carried out over the next two years at Clarence High School in Formby.
Frank Rogers in house team of multi-skilled technicians completed the works with two weeks, comprising the removal of asbestos flooring and the full stripping out of the first floor classroom as well as partitioning. Other works included the introduction of suspended ceilings alongside replacement doors and frames in preparation for future remodelling.
Dean Rogers, Managing Director of Frank Rogers said:
“We’ve worked within the education sector for many years and recognise their needs, particularly in terms of completing works during holiday times and the challenges that this brings. We have the in house resources and capabilities to be able to manage these works to deadline a to the quality and standards expected.”
“We’ll continue to work with Clarence High School to make the improvements under their timescales through the two years.”