John Youngs

John Youngs
24 City Rd
Norwich, Norfolk
NR1 3AN

Tel: 01603 628 421
Email: mail@john-youngs.co.uk

Education Case Studies

University of East Anglia, EDU Refurbishment

Works began in July 2010 and consisted of upgrading outdated rooms to create a modern working environment for social sciences faculty staff at the University of East Anglia in Norwich.

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Stalham First School, Sure Start Centre

John Youngs finished working on the construction of a children's community centre located on the premises of Stalham First School in March 2009.

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Bradbury Activity Centre, Norfolk

John Youngs started work in late September 2008 for the Norfolk and Norwich Association for the Blind (NNAB) on an activity centre designed especially for people with sight problems.

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St George's Entrance, University College of the Arts, Norwich

John Youngs began work on the landmark St George's building at Norwich University College of the Arts during the summer of 2009 to create a new entrance adjacent to the existing entrance.

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Busy Bees Nursery, Norwich

The works comprised of demolition of the existing car park and traditional construction of a Day Nursery at Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital.

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DC10 Print Facility for Cambridge Assessment, Duxford

Work was carried out on a new print facility for education client Cambridge Assessment and comprised the design and construction of a mezzanine floor within an existing warehouse in order to form a print facility within the premises. The warehouse remained operational throughout.

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Notre Dame High School, Norwich

John Youngs undertook works to construct a new classroom of the future and biosphere for Notre Dame High School in Norwich in March 2007.

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Gillingham St Michaels First School, Beccles

The scheme comprised an extension and extensive alterations to Gillingham St Michaels First School, near Beccles. The new building has created more classroom space as well as a library and welfare facilities. 

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