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Prior Park College, Bath

Top-of-the-range sports facilities in keeping with a historic surrounding

The Project

The building will provide state-of the-art sports facilities for students and the general public, and has facilities catering for badminton, tennis, netball, volleyball, basketball, table tennis, five-a-side football and hockey practice. There are also classrooms, a fitness suite, changing facilities and a viewing balcony over the cricket & rugby pitches.


Building Control

Oculus are pleased to have provided the building control services for the new Prior Park College Sports Centre. The design included for an open foyer/stair area that the college wished to use for occasional functions. Oculus provided fire safety advice to ensure the client’s aspirations for the building could be successfully included into the design. 


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