This month we handed over our latest Sunesis school, Monksmoor Primary school in Daventry.
From enquiry to the actual build, we’ve looked at every stage of the school delivery process. The most exciting and rewarding stage of this journey is Step 7: Handing over…
Sunesis school Primrose Lane Primary has been shortlisted in the “Education Project of the Year” category for the Michelmores Property Awards 2018.
In this instalment of our school build blog, it’s time to look at building your school…
The success of any building project rests on the team you commission to deliver it. So, in this instalment of our school build blog series, we’ll be looking at setting up contracts
On any school construction project, planning can be a complex and protracted process. There will be a whole range of stakeholders, with a variety of different needs and criteria to satisfy.
In this instalment of our school build blog series, we’re moving on to the exciting part of the process where your school starts to take shape – Step 3: Designing your school.
Whether you’re a local authority or a private developer, the early stages of any building project are about information – finding the figures you need to weigh up your options and make decisions.
From extra classrooms to entirely new schools, pre-designed buildings are enabling local authorities and developers to deliver the facilities communities need, quickly and with complete cost certainty.
Can offsite technologies play a major part in solving the school places crisis? Fran Cox talks about how schools can benefit from a modular approach.
Nketisoh is our first funded school in Cameroon built in partnership with Building Schools for Africa.
Our Operations Director, Fran Cox, had an interview with Construction Manager looking at her plans for the future of Sunesis
This November we attended the official opening ceremony of the latest Sunesis school, Harris Primary Academy Purley Way.
Why Sunesis is proud to support Building Schools for Africa
Fran Cox joins Sunesis as operations director to oversee our school place delivery plans.
Daventry District Council have chosen Sunesis to deliver their new Monksmoor Park Primary School.
Why is pupil place planning such a complex task? Peter Foale discusses issues surrounding school places demand in urban areas.
The doors have opened at the newly completed Primrose Lane Primary School – a seven classroom school with nursery provision for almost 30 children in the heart of Yeovil.
We are delighted to be named as a Finalist in the “Innovation” category at the 2017 Constructing Excellence in London and South East Awards
This spring, we hosted a special preview event for almost 200 pupils at Sacred Heart Primary School.
What does a good primary school look like?
Last night we won in the Product Innovation category at the Offsite Construction Awards ceremony held at The NEC in Birmingham
There has been a long running and unresolved debate about what constitutes the ‘ideal’ size for a school.
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