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This project was a joint venture between a local school and football club to provide a new clubhouse and changing pavilion on existing school playing fields.
Our team had to deliver the project on an extremely tight budget with multiple stakeholders on a site with no existing utilities provision.
The project was funded by an innovative joint approach from both Greensward Academy and Hawkwell Athletic Football Club, who had secured a grant from the FA’s Football Foundation. Our team then utilised a modular building system to maximise value for money and minimise installation time.
The new pavilion is now a well-used community resource. The school uses the facilities during the week and the club uses the pavilion for training at evenings and weekends.
The project was delivered by Net Zero Buildings and formally opened by local MP Mark Francois and Southend United FC goalkeeper Ted Smith.