St. Christopher’s School, Bromley

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June 2011

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St. Christopher’s School, Bromley




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John Millar

O’Connor Sutton Cronin were the appointed Consulting Structural Engineers for the construction of a new reception block to St Christopher’s school in Bromley, South London.

  • The project involved replacing the existing timber structure with a new two storey building connected to the existing classrooms to the rear of the Grade 2 listed building.
  • A steel frame solution with precast concrete elements proved to be the most suitable construction method to accommodate the building layout. 
  • Cantilever floors and hanging floor spaces were key parts of the building architecture to provide flexible open spaces.
  • The building consists of a large number of glazed walls; with double height areas created with the steel frame along the external walls to allow natural light penetrate into the buildings inner reaches. 

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