Further & Higher Education
Specially designed, stimulating education facilities built to the highest specifications – with minimal disruption to your campus
When you need to build high-quality new facilities for higher or further education settings, there’s no faster, safer, less disruptive building method than a Yorkon building solution.
Off-site building can be used to complete projects in half the time of traditional construction methods, providing a rapid solution to your need for extra facilities.
Specially designed facilities for every subject area
Whatever your requirements, our experienced design team can create dedicated facilities for every subject area, built to the highest specifications. For example, high-traffic areas or workshops housing heavy equipment can be fitted with high-performance concrete floors for enhanced strength and rigidity. Spacious dining halls can be specified with hygienic, easy-clean finishes. You can create professional-grade kitchens and canteens, spacious, well-ventilated lecture rooms and specially designed sports changing rooms.
All Yorkon building solutions are well insulated and air-tight to provide enhanced comfort and energy efficiency, all year round.
Choice of exterior finishes to complement your site
The appearance of your building can be tailored to complement your site, with timber, brick, rainscreen and other claddings, sweeping roofs and canopies, fully glazed atria and floor-to-ceiling windows to maximise natural light.
Off-site manufacture for minimal on-site disruption
Buildings are manufactured off-site under controlled factory conditions, then simply craned into place and fitted out ready for use. So there is none of the noise, dust, waste and congestion associated with conventional building sites. It means buildings can be completed during term time without disrupting students’ education.
"Considering the extremely challenging timescale we were working to for this project, the whole process was made very straightforward for us."
Steve Walker, Senior Project Manager, University of Warwick