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During the summer, the Maintenance Department of Public Buildings carried out several schools renovation project in the Principality, notably at the École des Révoires and at the Saint Charles swimming pool.
“In an operation of this type, the challenge is to respect the roadmap of work in order to have as little as possible impact on the return of classes. Everyone was keen to keep to this timetable while ensuring quality work,” said Anthony de Sevelinges, Head of the Maintenance Department of Public Buildings.
The entrance hall of the Révoires has been completely redesigned with the removal of the central space, which consisted of planters, low walls, a basin, and plants, as well as the canopy. The floors were treated in thermoplastic with soft floors on the playground.
A play area with terraces has been created to provide a space for pupils, teachers and speakers for any event.
Work also included the complete renovation of the second floor with the refurbishment of the false ceilings, replacement of the fixtures, and the floor covering with a surface area of 650 square metres. Finally, the 35 manual blinds were replaced by motorised blinds.
The work at the Saint Charles swimming pool focused on the false to improve the acoustic performance for the benefit of teachers, energy-saving LED lighting, joinery, painting, and the waterproofing of the footbath.
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