Brockwood Park School Pavilions Project – Update May 2012

Brockwood Park School Pavilions Project - Clearing the area by the caravan (228/365) Sep 2010Weatherboarding - Brockwood Park School Pavilions ProjectRoof Tiles and Skylights - Brockwood Park School Pavilions ProjectRoofing - Brockwood Park School Pavilions ProjectRoof Tiling - Brockwood Park School Pavilions ProjectPulp Wall Insulation - Brockwood Park School Pavilions Project
Trustees and Visitors Tour - Brockwood Park School Pavilions ProjectDragon Tie - Brockwood Park School Pavilions ProjectInterior Corridor - Brockwood Park School Pavilions ProjectInterior Woodwork - Brockwood Park School Pavilions ProjectSwedish Triple Glazing - Brockwood Park School Pavilions ProjectPavilions 2 & 3 - Brockwood Park School Pavilions Project
Walkway roof - Brockwood Park School Pavilions ProjectHeat exchanger (geothermal) - Brockwood Park School Pavilions ProjectOak beam detail - Brockwood Park School Pavilions ProjectCeiling detail - Brockwood Park School Pavilions ProjectCommunal area, Pavilion 4 - Brockwood Park School Pavilions ProjectStudent sIngle bedroom - Brockwood Park School Pavilions Project
Pavilion 4 - Brockwood Park School Pavilions ProjectThe first students upstairs - Brockwood Park School Pavilions ProjectUpstairs Railing - Brockwood Park School Pavilions ProjectSkylight - Brockwood Park School Pavilions ProjectPavilion 5 - Brockwood Park School Pavilions ProjectPavilion 6 - Brockwood Park School Pavilions Project

With the recent visit of International Trustees, I was able to enter the site for the first time since January. The roof tiles and weatherboards are being put in place and all the of insulation has been pumped in. Wet paper pulp for the walls. A change to the original design are several mezzanine platforms for spare beds and home workspace.

The Mud Hut Is Dead (231/365)



The Mud Hut Is Dead (230/365), originally uploaded by :Duncan.

The site for the Pavilion buildings is really opening up now. This mud hut was built in the late 90s (I think) and wasn’t expected to last so very long. And now it is pretty much gone. A pine tree has also been felled but I understand that the surrounding trees will remain. With the large hedges around the garages gone too, for the first time today I could imagine the new buildings in place.

Images of the designs are here