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Beckenham school site wins Ivor Goodsite Hoarding Competition

Eden Park High School pupils produce winning design


Pupils from Eden Park High School in Beckenham, Kent, helped by our site team, designed and painted a winning piece of hoarding art which we entered into the Considerate Constructors' Ivor Goodsite Hoarding Competition.

Thousands of entries were received from across the UK and there were only 12 winners. Our theme was based on the rebirth of the school with a butterfly emerging from a chrysalis.

The new site for Eden Park High School is being developed by us on behalf of the Education Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) and the £31.5 million facility will be completed next summer. It will cater for 1,600 students and offer state of the art learning areas and a large selection of sports pitches and outdoor areas.

A number of our other sites entered the competiton and they all received runner-up awards.

 

Image 1: The winning design

Image 2: The pupils after a hard day's work

Image 3: The coveted trophy!