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Centrepiece atrium installed at Harlow school

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Working on behalf of English Architectural Glazing (EAG), Adey Steel has supplied and erected steelwork for a feature centrepiece atrium at the Passmore School project in Harlow, Essex.

Construction work on the £23M two storey school began in January 2010. Designed by architect Jestico + Whiles, it will eventually accommodate 1,200 students in its naturally ventilated ‘finger structures’ which radiate outwards from the central atrium.

The steel framed elliptical atrium roof completed the main concrete structure, and erection progamme required the delivery of a myriad of small steel sections to form the complex shape.

Further to this part of the project, Adey has been subsequently awarded the package for the steel entrance canopy works which are due for installation during September.

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