Notre Dame College won the Education Estates Project of the Year 2014.

Project: Notre Dame College, Liverpool

The new Notre Dame Catholic College was the first of eight schools in the first< phase of an investment program carried out by Liverpool City Council as part of their “Liverpool Schools Concept”. This new school designed by architects Sheppard Robson was constructed as a large shell space which allows the interior to be adapted to the individual requirements of the college throughout the lifetime of the building. In the case of Notre Dame College the following outstanding facilities were created; a performance area, including a drama and dance studio, a learning Resource Centre, six science laboratories, five computer rooms and a music technology suite. The college has been in Liverpool for over 100 years originally founded by the Sisters of Notre Dame to provide an education for under privileged girls from the city of Liverpool.

The college has been in Liverpool for over 100 years originally founded by the Sisters of Notre Dame to provide an education for under privileged girls from the city of Liverpool.

Flooring Solution: 2,400 sqm of noraplan® unita to the upper level circulation areas and 1500 sqm of norament® grano on Ground Floor Atrium. Grano was specified as one of the most resilient and hardwearing products in the market (3.5mm thick) due to Liverpool City Council brief of achieving high flexibility and adaptability in its Atrium functions.