Our project at the College comprises of the internal remodelling and refurbishment of Marlborough College Memorial and Norwood Halls.

About the project.

In 1843, a group of Church of England clergymen, with the backing of the Archbishop of Canterbury, were looking to found a boarding school with the prime purpose of educating the sons of clergy. Hearing that the Castle Inn at Marlborough was vacant, they took a lease on it and so Marlborough College started in August 1843 with the admission of its first 199 boys. Present day Marlborough College is coeducational for pupils aged 13 to 18.

Our project at the College comprises of the internal remodelling and refurbishment of Marlborough College Memorial and Norwood Halls.

The works include;

  • Structural alterations
  • Technical theatre equipment upgrade and installation
  • Building services renewal upgrade
  • Reconfiguration and minor external repairs and maintenance.

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