Nolan Associates


Project Overview

The project involved the construction of a new High school, located in Warwick. The building forms part of the first phase to the Project One Campus development, for the Warwick Independent Schools Foundation, to be used as the

The structure is a 2 storey steel frame around a central courtyard, with hollow core precast concrete planks on the first floor with a 75mm structural topping, along with precast planks to the second floor and a trapezoidal structural roof deck supported off either pitched, cranked or flat beams. The external façade is constructed with a mixture of glazing, masonry and concrete cladding panels, with a lightweight steel framed inner leaf system. Stability of the structure is provided by means of vertical cross and portal bracing.

The main hall has been designed as a portal frame system with internal tension feature rods.

The kitchen area consists of steel columns supporting a glulam truss roof with trapezoidal structural metal decking spanning from top chord to bottom chord. As the glulam sections are visible, all glulam to steel/glulam connections have been designed and detailed so that they are hidden.

The steel frame and floor was erected in 8 phases to accommodate access into the site and to allow other trades to progress during the erection.

King’s High Building Myton Road Warwick