Browns Garden Buildings design, manufacture and install cost effective educational and meeting rooms for schools and colleges across the UK.
All our buildings can be specified to meet the requirements of current building regulations or as simple lined and insulated student/teacher informal meeting space away from the main school buildings.
Browns Garden Buildings has recently been awarded ISO9001 quality assurance management system and is registered with SMAS and CHAS to meet the highest standards for health and safety on site.
A major consideration in the purchase of any building will be the ongoing maintenance and repairs. Browns has kept this to a minimum by using a mixture of modern and traditional materials.
All the external doors and windows are UPVC double glazed using toughened glass and the doors have 3point locking for added security. If required additional external push up shutters can be added. The roof of the buildings are clad with plastic coated steel and can be finished in several different colours.
The external walls are clad with 22mm thick redwood which has been pressure impregnated and painted with three coats of water based micro porous paint before it leaves the factory. All the timber used in the buildings is from a responsible source and complies with the strict regulations of the FSC to which Browns are a member.
All the buildings are painted in a choice of 12 colours to offer an exciting alternative to the school landscape and encourage interaction with the students.
Case Study 1 – Art Therapy Room
Working with a pioneering head teacher in Swinton Manchester they were able to design and install an art therapy room as part of a larger educational project. The building was used as part of an inclusion programme for children who had been expelled from main stream schools in the area and were being reintroduced through working on art projects with a specially trained social worker.
Case Study 2 – After school Space
At an inner city school having a after school club for the children to return to before they are collected for home, or used as an additional educational space for parents to learn basic cooking skills with their children.
Working with a very limited budget partly funded by the PTA, they were able to achieve their goal with this simple 5m x 6.5m building. It was constructed during the summer holidays and did not impact on the daily running of the school .
Case Study 3 – Classroom
In a rural location such as an area of outstanding natural beauty or a national park it is important that the building blends in with the environment. This school is located in a remote location and needed a classroom that could be delivered and installed in an area with difficult access. Along with this constraint it had to be sympathetic but still functional to operate as a classroom. The solution was a 5m wide x 8m long contemporary building in sage leaf colour to blend into its location.
For more information of these buildings and other projects you can contact Browns garden buildings by telephone on 01204 365765 or by email [email protected]