Haberdashers’ Aske’s School for Girls, founded in 1875, is a leading independent day school located in Elstree, Hertfordshire. The School initially wanted to fit-out their new build STEM block with four labs and associated prep rooms to allow the science disciplines to take place whilst their floor of rooms was refurbished in the main science building. Once the STEM building was completed, the client decided to move all science teaching into a temporary building and refurbish the science building in one period.
We were required to fit-out their 8 laboratories, 2 prep rooms and 1 office temporary science block for use whilst the refurbishment took place in the main science building. Pinnacle were invited to tender for this scheme which had been developed with IID Architects along with a different laboratory manufacturer. After being successfully shortlisted we presented directly to the construction, design, and client team after which we were appointed.