St Mary’s Catholic High School, Lancashire

A 14-month project to re-build St Mary’s Catholic High School in Leyland, Lancashire, has completed.

Designed by architectural, building surveying and planning practice, Cassidy + Ashton and built by John Turner Construction, the £7.5 million new build and refurbishment project revamped the school which was severely damaged following an arson attack in September 2013.

The 3,500 sq m, multi-phase project, commissioned by the Archdiocese of Liverpool, modernised the previous structure’s facilities, providing classrooms, new science and technology departments, a sports hall, extended dining areas, car parks and outdoor space.

One of the county’s first specialist technology colleges, the school is designed to accommodate 900 pupils.


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