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Guttercrest provides high school solution

by Jennie Ward

Feature fascias, secret fix cladding and Crest Copings were just some of the solutions which helped bring ‘the Chase High School vision to life’.

Guttercrest has provided the Chase High School project, in Westcliff-on-Sea – a £4million project comprising of a new three-storey classroom block, complete with all services and external works – with a modern and fresh look.

The project included the supply of feature fascia’s fitted both vertically and horizontally to the “fin”, arrowhead Interlocking Secret fix Cladding to all soffits and vertical fin.

Ali-Fabs supplied Crest Copings to the perimeter of the building and Windypods supplied 3mm thick bespoke feature window surrounds and infill cassette panels.

The project is said to have produced an innovative yet practical school, with renovations and refurbishments that inspire students and staff alike. The works are said to have brought the Chase High School vision to life and by 2023 it will be able to offer an additional 300 children an education.

Southend MP Sir David Amess said: “The three-storey building will be a great asset to the school, but more importantly it will provide a fresh environment and extra space in which our children can learn. I would like to commend the work of everyone involved in this project.”The products used were manufactured at Guttercrest’s Shropshire headquarters, which has 200,000ft2 of space dedicated to manufacturing high quality Aluminium products.

Project overview, Chase High School, Westcliff-on-Sea

Type of System:Copings, Fascias, Cladding, Window Surrounds, Infill Panels 

Material: Aluminium

Colour: Various

To find out more about these or any other product in the Guttercrest range for your next project, please call 01691 663333 or email info@guttercrest.co.uk


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