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Kier to Deliver Education Facilities in London Borough of Croydon

Infra News - Published on Tue, 04 Aug 2020

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Kier has been appointed to deliver two education projects in the London Borough of Croydon. It has been appointed by Croydon Council to deliver Addington Valley, a GBP 13.6 million special educational needs school in New Addington and the Department for Education has appointed it to deliver the refurbishment scheme at Park Hill Junior School in Croydon.

The Addington Valley project will include the design and construction of a 150-place through school for pupils ages 2-19 years-old. The 3,450 square meters two-storey school will include state-of-the-art facilities for its pupils. The school will specialise in teaching students with autism and is being developed to address the social communication, cognitive, sensory and social, emotional and behavioural needs of its students.

The Park Hill Junior School project involves the refurbishment of the existing school including replacement of windows and re-roofing to sections. It covers six classroom blocks and requires a multi phased approach whilst operating in a live school environment.

These appointments further strengthen Kier’s position as a leading provider of educational facilities and it has recently announced GBP 170 million worth of new school projects across England and Wales. The 13 schemes will provide first-class facilities for 11,304 pupils

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Posted By : Yogender Pancholi on Tue, 04 Aug 2020
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