Work gets underway on Eltham College, Turberville Building
Working alongside architects Levitt Bernstein, we are the civil and structural engineers for a fantastic project, designing the £10 million new academic and 6th form building at the Eltham College campus in South London. Eltham College is one of the leading independent schools in the country for boys aged 7-18 and girls aged 16-18. This year marks the 175th anniversary of the founding of Eltham College.
The Turberville Building will become the teaching space for Mathematics and Modern Languages. Right at the centre of the building will be a triple-height, glazed atrium, which will create a stunning link between the quad and the playing fields to the east, as well as giving direct access to the new David Robins Sixth Form Centre. New landscaped areas will provide seating for students as well as a calm focus at the heart of the school. The iconic statues of Speed and Power will be re-positioned in a raised bed, and the much-loved statue of Mendelssohn moved to watch over musicians as they enter the Music School.
Work began on site in July 2017.