Current Projects

Sir Jonathan North Community College

Sir Jonathan North Community College is an all-girls secondary school located off Knighton Lane East which caters for 1200 pupils aged between 11 and 16.

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Completed Projects

Millgate School

Millgate School is a school for children with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties (SEBD) providing secondary education and limited residential accommodation for boys.

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Crown Hills Community College

Crown Hills Community College is a 100% new build school on the existing school site. The scheme was designed to a brief and accommodation schedule derived from the pupil numbers of 1200 KS 3 and 4 students together with a small number of SEN spaces.

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City of Leicester College

The City of Leicester College is a 100% new build school on the existing school site. The scheme is designed to a brief and accommodation schedule derived from the pupil numbers of 1200 KS 3 and 4 students, 370 6th form students and a small number of SEN spaces.

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Rushey Mead School

Rushey Mead School is a Design and Build project providing 8,744m2 of new build accommodation. The development of Rushey Mead School commenced in April 2011 and has been delivered in a phased approach.

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Children’s Hospital School

The Children’s Hospital School is a £1.8m remodel/refurbishment of Willow Bank School, an old infant Primary School.

The aim for the Children’s Hospital School is to ensure that children and young people with ill health can attend and enjoy School. The School helps to develop self-confidence and skills to successfully deal with significant life changes and the challenges continuing ill health will present as they enter Adulthood.

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Fullhurst Community College

Phase 1 of Fullhurst was completed in January 2009 with Phase 2 completed for handover at the start of September 2009.

Advance work in the Summer of 2008 plus re-programming and acceleration of the construction works resulted in the building contractors finishing on site in September 2009 instead of the programmed June 2010 completion date.

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Soar Valley College

BREEAM Rating Excellent

This 100% new-build project, the largest of the phase 1 schools, opened on the 1 st June 2009.

The completed school includes:

  • An allotment area, an ecology garden and external teaching areas next to the art rooms
  • Improved and enhanced sporting facilities including a new sports hall, aerobics/dance area and fitness suite
  • Flexible teaching areas
  • Enhanced ICT capabilities

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Judgemeadow Community College

Judgemeadow Community College

"Working together to ensure the highest quality education for each individual pupil through a culture of continual improvement"

Inclement weather hindered production at the start of the project, but with good management and attention to programme interfaces, the opening date was still achieved. Judgemeadow was handed over on 1 st June 2009.

Judgemeadow benefits from design which allows the space to be flexible, creative and dynamic.

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Beaumont Leys School

Beaumont Leys Secondary School

LMEC have successfully delivered a complete new build solution for Beaumont Leys School, which opened six weeks ahead of schedule on the 20th April 2009. This was the first BSF School in the country to complete ahead of schedule.

The exciting new building has already attracted positive attention, being branded the 'school of many colours' due to the use of pinks, blues, greens, yellows and purples on the walls and floors throughout the building.

A strong working relationship has led to praise from Liz Logie, Headteacher:

"The facilities that LMEC has delivered are amazing…they have really created a new learning environment…but right throughout the build, the site manager was always on call and couldn't do enough to help. There were very few interruptions to learning as a result of the building going on.   They were great! Real partners who couldn't do enough and knew that what they were building was more than bricks and mortar…it would change a Community."

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