Date 09 Oct 2020
Galliford Try, one of the leading UK contractors in the schools sector, is showcasing its latest innovations and sharing best practice at the Education Estates digital week from October 12-16.
The business is part of the advisory group and a key sponsor for the popular annual event, which has moved online this year due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Education Director, Claire Jackson, will be among the speakers, delivering her insights into lessons learnt for the Priority School Building Programme, while members of the Morrison Construction team, Galliford Try’s Scottish-based business, will be discussing their pilot scheme examining best methods to work towards net zero carbon schools.
Since 2017 Galliford Try has completed over £1bn worth of projects across the education sector including Schools, Colleges and Universities. Within that time the busines has completed 71 schools, providing new facilities for over 35,000 pupils and students.
Claire Jackson, Galliford Try Education Director, commented: “Education Estates is a key point in the calendar for all those involved in education construction and we are delighted that it has managed to stage these compelling seminars among the challenging backdrop of the pandemic.
“We look forward to sharing our insights and learning from others through the course of the event as we all keep striving to provide the best educational spaces we can for students both now and in the future.”