Replacement of Bettws High School and Hartridge High School, Newport
A ‘Final Peer Review’ for the Constructing Excellence in Wales Demonstration Programme
Newport City Council embarked on the replacement of Bettws High School and Hartridge High School in the city. In 2006, the council identified significant concerns over aspects of the design, fitness for purpose and structural viability of the two schools and, in order to meet the government target that all schools should be fit for purpose, have been working with the designers, contractors, consultants and end users to deliver 2 new schools for the area by September 2010 and September 2011.
Since we first heard from the project team in December 2007 at the initial Demonstration Peer Review, we have experienced unforeseen and unprecedented turmoil in the economy. So how have the project team fared? Has their approach helped them deliver the schools?
As part of the presentation you will have opportunities to participate in the discussion and provide your own ‘review’ or assessment of the project via a simple scoring mechanism. This provides a valuable stage in the process of a project becoming a ‘demonstration’.
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There is no charge for the event. To reserve your place please reply to this email stating your full contact details.
Constructing Excellence in Wales
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