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Doncaster College

DN Colleges - Professional Services Architecture

Publication Platform
Doncaster College

Publication Date
26 November 2020

Deadline
12:00pm, 04 November 2020

Tender ID
DNCG-001

Winners
BOND BRYAN ARCHITECTS LIMITED (£135,000)

Description
Reconfiguration of the existing John Oddell Building at North Lindsey College into a T-level centre of c. 814m². It will create a range of highly flexible teaching facilities to support T level provision for Health & Science and Education & Childcare, as well as an employer engagement suite. The condition of the existing John Oddell building will be addressed through the roof repair and replacement which has caused significant water ingress in recent years. The refurbishment works will primarily cover the roof, internal walls and partitions, internal finishes and mechanical and electrical installations. Refurbishment will provide Health and Childcare T-Levels with a distinctive new identity, supporting the aim to raise the profile and encourage employer/industry engagement. This is a critical first step to reducing the College's overall floor area on the North Lindsey site from 31,000m² to under 20,000m². This project comprises the reconfiguration of the existing Alan Jackson Building at North Lindsey College into a Digital T-level centre of c. 900m² plus some relocated spaces that enable full refurbishment. It will create a range of highly flexible teaching facilities to support the Digital T level provision as well as an employer engagement suite. The condition of the existing Alan Jackson building will be addressed through the roof repair and replacement which has caused significant water ingress in recent years. A reduction/relocation of underutilised hair and beauty salons is planned to accommodate the new Digital curriculum. The refurbishment works will primarily cover the roof, internal walls and partitions, internal finishes and mechanical and electrical installations. Refurbishment will provide Digital T-Levels with a distinctive new identity, supporting the aim to raise the profile and encourage employer/industry engagement. In the short-term the new facility will allow the College to mothball existing classrooms in the poor-quality Lindsey Building.