Supporting teaching, engaging pupils and delivering value for money

For more than 40 years, we’ve helped local authorities, contractors, schools and academy chains create spaces that add value and improve outcomes.

We bring a deep understanding of how buildings support teaching and foster communities. Whether it’s private or state, primary or secondary, mainstream or special needs, we understand design best practice in education – while giving you insight from our cross-sector experience.

Our approach therefore supports your pedagogical goals while accounting for the commercial reality of running a school, including staffing and running costs and opportunities for external lets. You therefore get a design that maximises efficiency, so you get the most from your budget.

 

Education Projects

From Building Schools for the Future to academisation to the Dfe Construction Framework – we have an established pedigree helping stakeholders achieve their goals, on time and within budget.

Meet the leading designers heading up our team.

With Corstorphine & Wright, you get better places and spaces – which means more value and better outcomes.

Efficiency

We help you optimise space from an investment perspective while creating places that support teaching, pastoral care and safeguarding.

Budget & Timescales

We give you maximum value for your budget while delivering to tight timescales, minimising disruption to students and staff.

Stakeholder Engagement

We take a proactive approach, understanding the needs of the broader community and incorporating them creatively within the ESFA Construction Framework.

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    40+

    Years’ education experience

    20

    Local authorities, schools and academy chains have worked with us.

    85%

    Of projects have been for repeat clients over the past 3 years

    200+

    Team of experienced professionals who share learnings from across the practice

    Every project starts with a conversation.
    Let’s discuss your opportunities, constraints and questions.

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