Pacific Environments have been involved with Riverhead School since 2008, creating a long-term master plan for the School and implementing this in stage. One of the main needs for the School was the creation more permanent classrooms, but to do this the current stock of buildings on site need to be rationalised to allow the new block to be placed in the most appropriate location for now and for the future. So to achieve this the first project undertaken for the School was creating a relocatable village to house students over the new build period. The new building includes classrooms, resource space, individual teachers offices, sports equipment storage and a learning café for students. Following from this the existing permanent classrooms were upgraded in a similar style to the new classrooms and canopy protection to the existing walkways was installed.