We have a solid reputation for undertaking educational, healthcare, community facilities, industrial, retail and refurbishment projects for both public and private sector clients. We can operate under traditional contract, on a 'Design and Build' basis or as works packages on major schemes and under local and central government framework contracts. Working within the education sector requires a specialist and sensitive approach to the bespoke nature of every individual project. Walker Construction meticulously plan and strictly control the highest standards of health and safety on these sites which can range from primary schools to special needs schools and young offenders institutions.
St John's Primary School
St John’s Primary School project was a £1.2M refurbishment scheme. Encompassing the underpinning, Helifix, renovation, refurbishment and retrofitting to an old 1800’s school; including asbestos removal and mechanical & electrical re-design and improving the schools thermos efficiency.
We have completed the works on a £3.6 million project at Bishop Justus C of E School in Bromley, which comprised of the complete design, construction and completion of a series of one and two storey extensions, plus localised works to the existing building and construction of a small car park.
Works to the dentist surgery consisted of the reconfiguration of the internal building, refurbishment throughout the practice and the conversion of the first floor of the premises to incorporate three new dental surgery rooms, a conference room and two upgraded restroom facilities with generous disabled access incorporated throughout.
Rochester Fire Station
Walker Construction (UK) Ltd were awarded the contract to build two new Fire and Rescue Stations at Rochester and Medway, the new Fire Station at Rochester is situated on a new site next to Rochester airport, the station also features a new state of the art Road Safety Centre attached to the station for training and educating the general public and schools, as well as a purpose built steel training tower building for Fire Officer training.
Norman Tailyour House
A major £2.5m redevelopment has been completed at Norman Tailyour House in central Deal. The project was to renovate the residential facility to provide 18 fully self-contained sheltered residential Council flats to Dover District Council. The renovated Council-owned building in Hope Road, Deal, includes 16 one-bedroom flats and 2 two-bedroom flats in a supported housing environment.