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Sports, Education and Leisure

Blueriver Steel is a leading UK provider for the Sports and Education sector designing and installing custom-based buildings for use as sports and leisure facilities for clubs, schools and local authorities.

All the steel buildings we design and construct comply with necessary standards for Sports or Educational use, including insulation, lighting and safety. The steel-framed buildings enable the maximum interior space, with the ability to add windows and skylights to ensure the best illumination in the building.

Examples of these buildings can be seen in this section, with more to follow shortly.

  • Sports building: Changing rooms for Heaton Stannington FC.
  • Latest project 'Southfields Community College' - Composite Insulated Building that is used as the College's Centre for bricklaying and construction

Examples of sport and leisure facilities we have built in the past ten years

  • Swimming Pools
  • Galvanised steel building structure used to enclose a swimming pool turning an outdoor pool into an indoor pool.

  • Knightingale School London
  • Fully Insulated worshop to comply with Building Regulations delivered and constructed by Blueriver's friendly team.

  • Sports Complex and offices
  • Fully Insulated main building with lean 2 for indoor sports. Doesn't your community deserve the best in sports facilities? Contact Blueriver to make the most of your building budget.

    Building developed for Southfield Community College London

  • Heaton Stannington Football Club Newcastle
  • Composite insulated Fire rated Roof panels 80mm

    Single Skin Wall sheets with interior blockwork

    Incorporating meeting room, changing rooms and shower area

    Finished in Box profile Forest green cladding

    More pictures to follow, plus full specification

Blueriver Steel Buildings, Post Office Rd, Little Plumstead, Norwich. Phone: 01603 720245
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