Stonebridge School is one of the last 19th Century buildings still in use this area of Brent. It has been serving the local community for 120 years. Built by a Willesden School Board architect, who was known for his grand designs, the school was much larger and imposing than others found nearby.
Now a Grade II listed building of national importance, we worked with the local conservation officer to design new windows, which retained the look of the existing windows, but would also be double glazed, and insulate the classrooms. We spent considerable time surveying the existing windows before providing drawings and a pilot window for approval. We supplied and installed the windows along with detailed mouldings, internal and external trims all to match existing.
Conservation Refurb Project – supply and installation