Students had the opportunity to see the initial stages of building development at the site. Steve Peatrie, GB Group, gave all the students site plans and asked them to try to compare the paper plans with the pegs marking out the footprint of what will become our National Centre for Food Futures and the Environment.
This gave the students an excellent insight into the preliminary stages of project development – something as plasterers, they would not normally have the opportunity to experience.
As Project Wren progresses, students will be given further opportunities to visit and work on the site. Our plasterers will board and skim one of the rooms, providing brilliant work experience and a great chance to contribute to the building developments at the College. This experience is almost unique to Reaseheath College, especially for full-time students.