St John Beaumont School – Windsor

Opened by HRH Queen Elizabeth II, the Sports Hall replaces the former gymnasium and is located adjacent to the main school building designed by John Francis Bentley, the architect of Westminster Cathedral in 1888.

Evolving solutions to the requirement of many independent schools to use their sports halls for exams, general assemblies, presentations, parents evenings and plays etc as well as sport proved an interesting but rewarding challenge.

“I quickly realised the complexity of this project and knew that I would need to establish specialist partners to help deliver the solution. An early partnership was struck with Ball Hall”
Tim Blad – Bursar

Cost £2m including fees (excluding VAT)
Opened Summer 2009
Location St John Beaumont School – Old Windsor
Project Four badminton court sports hall with equipment storage. Climbing Wall as central feature to reception area ancillary hall, dance studio, rowing room, kitchen and social area, classroom/meeting room and amenities. Extensive use of Kallwall to provide diffused natural light and with traditional glazing above the main entrance. Provision has been made for the sports hall to be used for a range of non-sport activities.
Client Trustees for Roman Catholic Purposes
Project Manager Ball Hall Ltd
Employer’s Agent Daniel Connal Partnership LLP, Colchester
Architect Clague Architects, Canterbury
Main Contractor NEL Construction Ltd, Nelson, Lancashire
Operator St John Beaumont School
Sports Floor Dynamik Sports Floors
Grant Aid None