The presigious Harrow School dating back to the
17th Century has had a new dining hall extension completed by Faircloth Construction.
The boys' boarding school had
its Shepherd Churchill dining hall extended to house an industrial dishwashing
facility. The former dishwashing area was then
refurbished in line with the dining hall to create more room for pupils.
The masters' dining hall and kitchen,
on the upper floor of the hall, was also stripped out and re-fitted, including
the removal of a spiral staircase and installing a lift to connect the pupils
and masters' facilities.The site of the extension was on a 30-degree slope so before excavation and piling work could be carried out, earth support work was carried out to the correct gradient.