Next-generation learning environment in Canterbury
"For the optimal learning environment students should have warm feet and cool heads - not the other way around" - Nick Hubbard, Formance MD
Our future generations of students need the best possible chance to succeed. Don't accept anything less for your project.
This project is notable for the level of planning and coordination required between the various structural elements of the building. Precise panel layout drawings were coordinated with the structural steel drawings to create the building envelope.
An airtight building envelope is even more critical in a large building to ensure not only the energy-efficiency of the building but also the longevity and durability of the building. Proper sealing of the internal layers of the Formance panel is very important.
Heating, Ventilation and Cooling equipment operates at maximum efficiency in buildings with a properly installed Formance envelope.
The architecture and coordination work was done by Performance Architecture
SIP panel school concepts in Canterbury
Getting the first panel straight and plumb is critical to ensuring the rest of the panel placements go smoothly.
Scissor lifts each side make the process go smoothly and safely
Working around the perimeter of the Gymnasium foaming and gluing and nailing the panels into place.
High-performance walls for the Gymn and Learning buildings
Gymnasium on the left, learning building on the right. Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow...