Kingsland Primary School has recently undergone a total rebuild as part of the second phase of the Birmingham Schools PFI Project known as the PPP2 programme.
The project has cost £6.5 million, and the school now houses all 348 pupils, 13 teachers and 30 support staff in a 21st century state-of-the-art facility with new outdoor landscaping.
During the rebuild:
- 4,000 cubic metres of earth was moved
- 320 cubic metres of concrete was used
- 150 tonnes of steel was used
- 400 foundation piles were required
- 1,200 square metres of roofing panels were needed
- 450 square metres of glazing were required.
Photos of the Rebuild
Here you can see a selection of photographs of the school in various stages of its rebuild.