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Morgan Sindall completes £3.3 million business innovation hub

A photograph of the Business Innovation Hub at Beal High School

Morgan Sindall has completed work on a £3.3 million project to design and construct a Business Innovation Hub at Beal High School in London.

The education facility was opened at a special ribbon cutting ceremony and is providing an innovative, business driven curriculum for 100 full and part time students aged 14 to 19. The new centre offers a range of vocational courses geared towards young people, including catering, fashion design and accountancy.

The Morgan Sindall project team created a state-of-the-art learning space which was designed to mirror a professional and contemporary real-life working environment. The team also delivered a fully serviced area for future use as a teaching kitchen facility which will double up as a working cafeteria, specifically designed to give hands on experience to students studying food production.

The three-storey building also includes 16 teaching spaces which are fully-equipped with ICT facilities and several break out areas for students and staff to enjoy.

Neil Franklin, area director at Morgan Sindall, said: “The Business Innovation Hub will provide an innovative learning space for future entrepreneurs and ensure the area continues to provide great alternative, educational pathways for students. We have worked incredibly closely with the school on this project and the team is delighted to have successfully delivered this state-of-the-art innovation hub.”

In addition, Morgan Sindall has recently completed work on University Campus Aylesbury Vale, a £16.5 million education centre in Buckinghamshire. The four-storey building for Aylesbury Vale District Council includes educational facilities and public amenities including restaurants, cafes and a new public square.

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