BRAC in the news:
BRAC Group delivers inspiring build to stringent public expectations
The completion of a new bespoke toilet block adjacent to Wembley Stadium has been delivered to widespread public approval, a representative of Brent Council announced today. Featuring Olympic themed architecture and intelligent environmental solutions, the innovative new building is set to play a key part in handling visitor capacity to the regenerated stadium, according to Joyce Ip, Regeneration Project Manager for Brent Council.
As approved contractors for London 2012 BRAC have revitalised key Olympic thoroughfare Fish Island by renovating a derelict former print house into a thriving hub of community based arts projects. The renovation was completed in record time for commissioning body the London Legacy Development Corporation. The results have been acclaimed by local residents, Olympic officials and London Mayor Boris Johnson alike.
As schools across the UK face the dual challenge of budget cuts and growing intakes, leading contracting firm BRAC is transforming outdated CLASP buildings into thriving 21st century centres of learning in record time and at a fraction of the cost of new construction.
One recently completed project is situated at Queensmead School, South Ruislip, where the renovation of a CLASP structure has achieved a 50% budget saving for the school against the potential cost of constructing a new building .