Exciting progress at Longridge High School: Local Councillors visit new Teaching Block project

Progress on our new two-storey teaching block project at Longridge High School was highlighted by a visit from two esteemed local councillors. County Councillor Rupert Swarbrick, Cabinet Member for Highways and Transport, and Councillor Jayne Rear, Cabinet Member for Education and Skills, toured the site to review progress and discuss the project’s positive impact on the community.

This new teaching block, part of Lancashire County Council’s commitment to improving educational facilities, is designed to provide state-of-the-art classrooms and learning spaces for Longridge High School students.

Undertaken by our dedicated team under the Construction Partnering Framework with Lancashire County Council, the teaching block will expand the capacity of Longridge High School and offer a flexible learning environment adaptable to various teaching methods and student needs.

John Turner Construction is proud to be part of this transformative project and look forward to continuing our work in partnership with Lancashire County Council to enhance educational infrastructure across the region.

Our client’s responses

” John Turner has won a number of tenders at Edge Hill University and has been consistently successful in completing high quality projects, on programme and on budget. “

” I would like to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to your entire team who were responsible for delivering such a successful project. We would especially like to recognise the dedication and commitment your team gave the project which was completed with minimal disruption to our hospital functions. ”

” The project has been a real success and this is due to the professional and well organised manner in which John Turner’s staff conducted themselves. There was excellent communication with a priority for safeguarding the pupils and staff at all times. “

” It is extremely refreshing to know that the enthusiasm, professionalism, dedication and humour is still available in the right proportions to make things happen in the construction industry. What is most pleasing is that at all times, the requirements of the Client and Church of England Pensions Boards as the end-user was paramount. Collectively, we have achieved completion on time, a building within budget and in some areas exceeded the client’s expectations. “

” Just a line to express my thanks and appreciation of your sterling efforts to secure the completion of this project within the agreed programme. I am impressed by both the attitude and approach of your organisation. Thanks once again on behalf of my colleagues and the clinical staff with whom you developed a true spirit of co-operation under difficult circumstances. “

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