- Client – Nunnery Wood High School, Worcester
- Project size – 150m²
- Completion – 10 weeks
- Modular Dance studio
- Enhanced 5kN/m² floor loading
- 3m internal ceiling height
Nunnery Wood High School introduced Dance classes into their school curriculum and therefore required a facility for this. Module-AR Limited were awarded the contract to design and build a single storey modular dance studio. Consisting of 5 No. modular bays and a total footprint of 150m², the building was clad in a combination of Cedar and Plastisol (plastic coated steel), with UPVC windows and a canopy over the entrance door.
Internally, the 115m² dance studio was furnished with Harlequin acoustic cushioned tempo flooring with an enhanced 5kN/m² loading, a superior than standard 3m internal ceiling height with recessed lighting, full height mirrors with ballet barres, white ceilings and cream internal walls & blinds to create a classic dance studio finish. Heat & cool air conditioning to keep the studio at the optimum temperature and 2 No. whiteboards were also fitted for choreographing dance routines. Alongside the studio itself, male & female changing rooms, with bench seating and hat & coat hooks, and a Lobby area were also installed.
Module-AR Limited installed the building in just 1 day, dramatically reducing on-site traffic and disruptions compared to traditional building work, and the total project was completed in just 10 weeks.
Words from the client
Mark Skyrme, Nunnery Wood High School Director of Business and Operations states: “We found Module-AR a helpful and professional company who were able to provide us with a cost effective solution. From the initial concept of the new dance studio, through to the installation and completion, Module-AR were excellent in their communication and support. We were able to visit a number of other projects they had completed in the local area before committing to the project. Staff at these venues spoke very highlight of Module-AR which gave us confidence we would be satisfied with their product, which proved to be the case!”.