Queensland Construction Company Specialising in Education Facilities
The builders at Kleva Konstructions have extensive experience in the construction of educational facilities, ranging from design and construct to refurbishment, classroom conversion, construction of school carparks, covered areas, landscaping, pergolas and even a school boatshed!
A Safety-First Approach for School Construction Work
At Kleva Konstructions, we understand that schools have special needs. So when it comes to working around school terms, stopping work at peak traffic periods and ensuring the utmost care is taken when securing the sites from the possibility of inquisitive children, we have it covered.
We pride ourselves on the high level of consultation we undertake so that, when required, we can adopt a flexible approach that meets both the needs of the school while ensuring the work is done on time with minimal disruption to the school’s day-to-day functioning.
Safety is, as always, a key priority for us when we are working in close proximity to children and our detailed processes, procedures and checks ensure that the highest levels of safety are maintained at all times.
Visit our Project Gallery of Educational Facilities
The demolition and subsequent addition of a second storey Library in an inner-city school.
The construction of a new multipurpose hall and resource centre, and the refurbishment of the existing Administration building.
This vibrantly coloured project involved the construction of 4 classrooms and a music technology building, incorporating a covered area between the buildings. The buildings’ design incorporated a low-set skillion roof, metal cladding, fibro and bondor insulated panels.
The construction of a landscaped greenscape area with concrete seating around the perimeter. The concrete seating is used to retain the upper level of the naturally landscaped area.
The construction of a Prepatory facility consisting of 3 activity areas (classrooms), an enormous fully equipped kitchen, two amenity areas, three offices and three storerooms. Modifications were carried out to the adjacent car park and the construction of a fenced roadway winding down to the lower oval. Hidden from view are the two 20,000 litre water tanks that were positioned beneath the verandah by cutting into the hillside and excavating the required area.