The Window Company (Contracts) Impresses At Hatcham College

When The Window Company (Contracts) completed phase one of the window and door replacement project at Hatcham College, the school’s Business Manager Mary Williams, was impressed with the company’s whole approach. She said: “We knew that we could trust everyone on the team and, with one project manager responsible for everything on site, they were very easy to work with. Nothing was too much trouble and we would definitely work with them again.”

The Haberdasher’s Askes’ Federation school has been true to its word, and the award winning* commercial window and door installer has now completed the second and final phase of the impressive CIF (Condition Improvement Fund) funded replacement scheme at the school for 3-18 year olds in South East London.

As previously, The Window Company (Contracts) fitted bespoke timber vertical sliding sash windows on the front elevations of the building to meet the requirements of the conservation area setting, along with sympathetically styled Veka Matrix arched head vertical sliders and tilt and turn windows with Georgian bars on the rear

Because the Chelmsford based company is entirely independent and works with a whole raft of carefully chosen suppliers fabricating in timber, PVC-U and aluminium, it was able to identify and source products which perfectly matched the different elements of the specification, whilst still representing best value for the school.

The Window Company (Contracts) has extensive experience and a growing reputation in the education sector. Its team are all DBS checked and fully trained to work on school sites and it has the flexibility to be able to deploy fitters at short notice to work during school closure times.

On both phases of the Hatcham College installation, the company was appointed as the principle contractor by Arcadis Consulting, working on behalf of the Haberdasher’s Askes’ School Federation.

*The Window Company (Contracts) was named G-Awards Installer of the Year for an unprecedented third time in 2018.