Warwick Preparatory School recently specified David Bailey Furniture Systems for a school renovation project with a value of £25,000.
The project involved the refurbishment of six classrooms at the independent day school. David Bailey supplied furniture to match the school’s existing colour scheme of beige and royal blue, comprising floor and wall-mounted units, worktops, storage trays and shelving.
Creating a happy and secure atmosphere is important to the independent primary school, so special care was taken in selecting suitable fixtures and fittings to ensure the children’s wellbeing. Safety features included recessed door handles and safety catches on cupboards.
Sarah Budd, Bursar at the primary school, commented: “The Warwick Preparatory School renovation project has used David Bailey for previous classroom refurbishment programmes, so we were confident that their furniture would do the job. Their units are sturdy and robust and can be adapted to suit different classroom layouts.”
Warwickshire Preparatory School is an independent day school for boys aged three to seven and girls aged three to 11 years. Over 450 children attend the primary school, which is part of the Warwick Independent Schools Foundation, the governing body for Warwick School for boys and King’s High School for girls.
To complete this school refurbishment project, David Bailey worked with Robothams Architects and Benfield Construction Ltd.
Robothams Architects www.robothams.co.uk
Benfield Construction Ltd www.benfieldgroup.co.ukCase study date: February 19, 2014