The build, which was first approved in 2004 by Worcester County Council, finally started in December 2011. Thankfully, due to clever architectural planning and use of the Porotherm system, the project was completed by November 2012. Porotherm was used to build the school’s internal cavity walls, allowing both Boughton Butler and A&H Construction greater flexibility and options with other areas of the build.
Overall, the selection of a wall material will only have a minor influence on the overall building cost; however it is integral to the quality of your finished project. With Porotherm blocks, you are choosing a construction system that is not only economical in every respect - but also offers maximum quality and value retention.