At the new primary school in Beaulieu, the main structure is now complete built using Structural Insulated Panels (SIP) which are prefabricated off site and craned into place. With supporting steel supports now installed, the ground floor classrooms are currently an open framework.
R G Carter worked with Essex County Council to help create the design solution for this school with SEN accommodation, which aims to be Net Zero in operation. Read more: https://www.rgcarter-construction.co.uk/new-net-zero-school-facility-to-be-constructed-in-beaulieu/
This modular SIP method is an important part of this sustainable design, combining cutting-edge technology with eco-friendly materials. Quick to install, energy efficient, strong and durability, they have provided the ideal green solution to achieve the project’s sustainable targets. See more on this material used: https://innovareoffsite.co.uk/