Astrea Academy, Sheffield
Client: Sheffield City Council I Value: £20m I Completed: April 2019 I Facilities: New build secondary school for 1200 students. Education provision is from nursery right through to sixth form
Client: ESFA I Value: £4.2m I Completion: Feb 2020 I Description of works: Asbestos removal, demolition, bulk earthworks and landscaping I Framework: ESFA
Connah's Quay High School, Flintshire
Client: Flintshire County Council I Value: £12.3m I Completion: September 2019 I Facilities: New 2 storey extension block with new hall, drama studio, library, art and DT rooms plus new bus layby and pull in and demolition of the existing John Summer High School.
Priority School Batch - Yorkshire
Sector: Education – Secondary I Client: The Secretary of State for Education I Value: Don Valley High School, Doncaster £19.8m, Oakwood High School, Rotherham £12.2m I Completion: 2018
Rhyl Through School
Sector: Education (combined primary and secondary) I Client: Denbigshire County Council I Value: £20.6m I Completion: February 2020 I Facilities: Merger of two schools - Ysgol Mair (primary) and Blessed Edwards Jones (secondary) onto one site.
St Julie's School, Liverpool
Client: Liverpool City Council I Value: £20m I Completed: September 2018 I Facilities: Design and construct a new build new 2/3 storey 3 block pavilion school in the grounds of an existing school and demolition of external buildings. Works also include external works and sports facilities
The Heath School
Sector: Education – Secondary I Client: ESFA I Value: £4m I Completion: July 2019 I Facilities: Design and build demolition of the existing school (including asbestos removal) and associated external works and landscaping
Turton High School, Bolton
Client: Bolton Metropolitan Borough Council I Value: £2.8m I Completed: September 2018 I Facilities: The new school will have a new kitchen and dining hall, allowing the school’s two existing dining halls and kitchens to be converted into education space. This will enable the school to expand, accommodating additional pupils. Kier are carrying out both the new build and refurbishment works. The refurbishment works will primarily take place during school holidays so as not to disrupt the school’s activities.