Refurbishment of King Edward VI School for Girls by RFM
King Edward VI School for Girls, a distinguished educational institution, entrusted RFM as the main contractor for an extensive refurbishment project during the summer break. The project aimed to enhance the overall aesthetics, structural integrity, and functionality of the school building.
Scope of Work:
The refurbishment works undertaken by RFM covered a wide range of areas, ensuring a comprehensive transformation of the school’s exterior and interior:
Challenges and Solutions
Throughout the project, RFM faced various challenges, including coordinating the intricate replacement of historical elements and working within the confined schedule of the summer break. Effective project management, collaboration with skilled craftsmen, and the use of modern construction technologies were pivotal in overcoming these challenges.
RFM Group worked alongside the heritage window experts Ventrolla on this project, who renovated and replaced 74 timber windows for KEVI.
The refurbishment project successfully revitalized King Edward VI School for Girls, blending modern functionality with historical charm. The school’s facade now boasts restored windows, cleaned brickwork, and a renewed roofline, contributing to the preservation of its architectural heritage.
RFM’s commitment to quality craftsmanship, attention to detail, and effective project management resulted in the successful completion of the refurbishment project at King Edward VI School for Girls. The school’s refreshed appearance and improved structural integrity stand as a testament to the seamless collaboration between the school and RFM, ensuring a positive impact on the educational environment for years to come.