St. Francis of the Fields Primary School
EARLY LEARNING CENTRE-STRATHFIELDSAYE
When St. Francis of the Fields Primary School announced plans to build an Early Learning Centre, they emphasised the development must be economical, durable and environmentally sustainable. The $950, 000 project was backed by a State Government grant of $650,000 and additionally supported by St. Therese’s Parish.
With an impeccable reputation and two other large projects successfully completed for this client, Pretect was a logical choice of builder to design and construct a prefab Kindergarten. Sustainability was a key outcome for this project which Pretect achieved with:
- A central area with a 6.5m tall ceiling that floods the internal space of the building with natural light and reduces electricity consumption.
- The use of largely green construction materials
- Off-site production that minimises disturbances to the natural environment.
Pretect’s well-known ability to deliver quality prefab buildings meant that construction was completed in less than 6 months by employing the benefits Pretect is renowned for:
- Offsite production which allows construction of a large percentage of the project with minimal weather obstructions
- The ability to develop the site and the building offsite simultaneously.
- A trusted network of suppliers on-hand to assist in fulfilling client’s requests.
Strathfieldsaye is now well-equipped to accommodate young minds who willgrow and flourish within the walls of this modern modular educational facility. Assisi Kindergarten is another example of how prefab construction allows you to adhere to a tight budget and schedule, without compromising quality, aesthetics and sustainability.Back to Completed Projects
- Scope of construction included 500m2 of internal space and a large outdoor area.
- Sustainable building using green materials and minimising electricity consumption
- Enhanced natural light with 6.5m ceiling in central area.
- Offsite production and 6 month completion in time to welcome first students in Term 1, 2017.