The Liphook Equine Hospital project in Hampshire, to provide new administration, examination, stabling and intensive care buildings, is nearing completion with a phased handover. The feature reception area, pictured, provides a focal point for the site, as well as much improved visitor facilities.
Work started on site on the 27th June for a 20 week contract to refurbish and extend existing facilities and associated stabling and landscaping works at The Barn Equine Surgery, Dorset.
We are pleased to be working with Samuel Ward Arts and Technical College in Haverhill, in a direct school contract to provide a much needed expansion of facilities. A recent project included the installation of a 5 bay classroom modular building and associated external works was completed in October 2010. We have just been appointed
We are pleased to announce that our education project renovations in association with Suffolk County Council are now complete. Works were carried out at Little Sprouts Pre-School, Bramford Lane, Ipswich which underwent refurbishment and a complete re-fit, and an extension and re-fit at Happy Totts Pre-School, Landseer Road Methodist Church, Ipswich.
Agora are pleased to announce the completion of our purpose built modular building education projects in association with Suffolk County Council. Providing pre-schools and nurseries with quite areas, baby care rooms, offices, kitchens and WCs. Works also included a variety of electrical and heating upgrades along with hard and soft landscaping and play areas Such
We are pleased to announce the completion of our education projects undertaken in association with Essex County Council, including works at Little Nipperz Pre-School, Maylandsea at Mayland School, near Chelmsford and Seedlings Nursery, Silver End, Witham. These projects involved the construction of 26-place purpose built modular buildings, providing pre-school and quiet areas with kitchen, offices
We are proud to announce that this project has now been successfully completed within programme. The scope of the project included refurbishment and extension of the existing cat facilities at Dereham to include new laundry rooms, staff room, offices, vet room and food and prep areas, in readiness for a later cat sleep and run
This project was successfully completed within programme and under budget. The scope of the project included refurbishment of the existing cat facilities to include a new reception building and a cattery annexe extension, increasing capacity by 15 cats, along with laundry rooms and food and prep areas, all whilst the client was still in occupation.