Constructor awarded deals in the North East, Midlands and Yorkshire
ISG has won three contracts worth a combined £12.8m through the Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) framework.
The largest of these wins will see it deliver a £5.5m new school building in Billingham, Durham. Currently operating from a temporary site, once completed Wynyard C of E School (pictured) will provide 420 primary school places.
In the Midlands, the company has been appointed to deliver the latest phase of development at the Solihull Alternative Provision Academy.
The £3.6m scheme will provide 22,000 sq ft of school accommodation through the conversion of the former office block. Work on the site will begin early next year, with a phased handover in Easter and summer.
Lastly, ISG has been awaded the contract for the £3.7m expansion of The Stephen Longfellow Academy in Leeds, involving the construction of a new sports hall and internal alterations to the current building. Work on this will begin in February and is expected to complete in September the same year.
The Education Funding Agency Regional Framework was launched in July 2014 for use by the agency, academies, local authorities, dioceses and educational estalishments aimed at individual school projects, both new build and refurbishment.
There are six regional lots, with ISG holding places on the North East, East of England, South West and West Midlands lots.