Kier to deliver two blocks for school in Stevenage in UK

WCN Editorial Team 16 Jun 2021 EUROPE BUILDINGS

Kier has been chosen to build two new blocks for The Saint John Henry Newman Catholic School in Stevenage, the UK.

The contract involves construction of two blocks of a total of 5,286m2, as well as extensive landscaping works.

Kier has been appointed for the project by the Department of Education through the Priority School Building Programme Phase 2.

The project will involve development of two new buildings to provide teaching spaces, administration facilities, a new dining area and main hall.

These will replace most of the older facilities on the site, which will be demolished once the new buildings are occupied.

The project also involves minor refurbishment and extensive landscaping works to provide attractive, outdoor spaces.

The new scheme is expected to commence on site in summer 2021 and complete at the end of 2023.

Kier Regional Building Eastern managing director Mark Dady said: “We’re extremely pleased to have been selected to deliver this scheme for The Saint John Henry Newman Catholic School. The construction of two new, state of the art blocks will greatly benefit the existing and future pupils coming through, and we look forward to working closely with the school on this project.”

For Kier, the Saint John Henry Newman Catholic School is the latest appointment on the Department for Education Construction Framework.


Image: Kier has been appointed for the project by the Department of Education. Credit: Free-Photos from Pixabay

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