London School Celebrates Important Milestone

Earlier this month, Osborne marked the topping out of the new £19m General Teaching Building for St Paul’s School in Barnes, in London.
Situated by the River Thames, the school has embarked on an ambitious scheme to redevelop their campus and modernise their existing outdated and unsuitable facilities.

The new three storey building, adjacent to Founder’s Court and the main reception, which will be the hub of the campus.

The concrete frame building with visible cladding and glazed screens, will house the principal portion of the curriculum activities as well as the administration offices, a library, the school’s dining and kitchen facilities, the school chapel and a central atrium, lockers and changing facilities.

Due for completion in October 2017, the ceremony celebrated reaching the highest point of the building’s construction.

In attendance, at this important milestone in the project, from the School was the High Master, as well as representatives from Osborne, Walters & Cohen Architects, Future 54, Arcadis LLP, AKT II and Max Fordham.

Guests enjoyed a site tour as well as the presentation of a ceremonial trowel to the school to mark this milestone.