File relates to Education: Le Rocquier School (Eastern Secondary School excluding playing field). Includes: general documentation and correspondence relating to damage to the roof and legal action taken due to this; the re-painting of the 'Mondrian' mural; correspondence from States treasury and Resources Recovery Board in relation to outstanding accounts; Correspondence from the States Fire Service in relation to the electrical supply to the lift; Quotation in relation to the supply and fixing of a pumping station; Correspondence from States education department to Public building and Works regarding acoustics of music rooms and sound proofing; Valuations, invoices and supporting correspondence to and from quantity surveyors, electrical contractors,shop fitters and builders in relation to electrical faults, a glazed screen wall, flush pans and pipes, area coverings, cycle shelters, boiler house chimney work, heater fans and passenger lift; Boiler efficiency paperwork; Details of the emergency lighting provided and testing procedures; Documentation that lists fire doors affected by fungus; Invoice from garden centre for cost of pondlife; Invitation to chief architect to opening of the Le Rocquier; Documentation regarding six month maintenance check; Letters discussing signage outside the school building; Correspondence from the school to the chief engineer about problems with the pottery rooms; Project meeting notes with representatives from several businesses contributing to the building and maintenance of the school.




February 17th 1976 - December 23rd 1980


Public Services Department
Transport and Technical Services
Education Committee, States of Jersey
Resources Recovery Board (R.R.B)
States Treasury


Buildings | Transport | Roads | sewerage | drainage | Le Rocquier School | Fire Service | Mondrian Mural | Eastern Secondary School | Roof | boilers | electrics | maintenance


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