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Brett Helps To Create A Modern Space To Learn And Grow

As a building materials business we are often involved in helping to provide essential materials for local communities such as roads, houses and educational facilities. Nolan White, field sales manager for The Brett Group’s landscaping business, explains about a recent enquiry for a brand new school in Weybridge, in Walton-on-Thames

 “We were delighted when we received the call to enquire about using our paving products on for the construction of the new Heathside school. We supplied Invicta paving products for the creation of external walkways and paths, as well as an outside theatre style communal area which provides pupils with a space to socialise with friends and enjoy outdoor activities.”


More than 2,100 square meters of Invicta paving was supplied to the project, which is being led by BAM Construction for Elmwey Learning Trust, a multi-academy trust with schools in Weybridge and Walton-on-Thames.

On top of supplying materials, Brett Landscaping’s technical team were involved with the project design to ensure consistency of paving patterns throughout the communal spaces.

The new school has recently been completed and is now ready to teach up to 900 eager pupils from the surrounding communities. Currently, the school has two year groups in attendance – years seven and eight – who are enjoying the state of the art, modern learning environment.


Nolan White added: We’re happy that our materials were chosen to meet the performance, durability and life cycle requirements of the nearly one thousand students moving around the school each day.”

“It was a great experience for myself and the team to have worked on a project that will provide young pupils in the community a modern space to learn and grow.”