Kirklees Metropolitan District Council has appointed BAM Construction to build the brand new Beaumont Primary Academy in Huddersfield.
Funded by the council, work on the £10 million school has just begun.
The scheme follows the successful completion of a slew of other projects for the council including the 420-place Royds Hall Primary School building and the new Huddersfield Leisure Centre.
Construction Director Jason Pink said: “This is a 630-place three form entry primary school which we negotiated directly with the council under the auspices of the YORBuild framework and following our previous work for them.
“It’s taken a while to get to
“It is a two-storey building with brickwork and
“This appointment is an excellent sign of how closely Kirklees Council and ourselves have been able to work together and collaborate effectively.”
BAM’s team is headed by Danny Walsh, who managed the Royds Hall development, and they have taken an open and communicative approach to the local community.
Mr Walsh said: “We are using local companies wherever possible – already we’ve engaged Littlewoods Joinery from Huddersfield and Crossways Scaffold from Halifax.
“A neighbourhood group will act as a liaison point for our community relations, and we’ll meet them regularly.”
BAM’s integrated business model is being used extensively. The school has been designed by BAM Design (architecture, structures and MEP) and the company will deliver its own mechanical and electrical works through BAM Services Engineering.
The completed school will be handed over for start of autumn term in 2018.
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