We recently completed the supply and installation of 2.4m High 'W' Section Palisade Fencing Installed for Phoenix Collegiate Secondary School in West Bromwich.
The Phoenix Collegiate is a foundation secondary school and sixth form located in the Hateley Heath area of West Bromwich, a town in the West Midlands of England. The school was formed in September 2010 from the merger of Menzies High School and Manor High School, both located in the metropolitan borough of Sandwell.
In total we erected over 340 metres of steel palisade fencing for boundary purposes around the school grounds. The main purpose of boundary fencing is pretty simple, it is to restrict unauthorised entry and exit into school grounds and should be specifically designed to be fit for purpose. School fencing is an important aspect in creating a safe and secure haven for both pupils and staff to move safely around the premises and grounds. We design and manufacture a wide range of metal fences for schools which are ideally suited for a variety of specifications.
Schools can be assured that they’re protected against unauthorised access or attack and that their pupils are safe within the boundaries of Almec Fencing's school fencing and gates.
At Almec we also manufactures specialist fencing for sports and recreational activities, accounting for varied activities that form a school’s curriculum all whilst reducing risk.
As part of our consultation service we provide site surveys (available on request), free quotations and free advice on choosing the right kind of school fencing. In addition we can provide laser cut sheet steel profiles to your chosen fence style to add a bespoke feature and reflect the unique character and personality of the school.