West Yorkshire construction firm completes £8m project in Doncaster
Liversedge based Triton Construction has completed works on four new school projects with a total contract value of £8m.
The successful completions reflect a boost in education sector work for Triton. The firm has delivered 12 projects valued at £18m over the last 12 months.
Triton has completed a significant refurbishment and new-build teaching facilities at Astrea Academy Woodfield in Doncaster. Across two projects valued over £6m the works included the demolition of an existing classroom block to make way for a new 11,500 sq ft, single storey building with specialist IT and technology room.
Triton also delivered new assembly hall with remodelled school entrance and new dance and drama studios. The 16,000 sq ft block includes a feature entrance with associated external works and drainage and new administration areas for teaching staff.
Triton has also recently completed refurbishment works for Hillocks Primary School in Sutton-in-Ashfield and Forest Moor School in Harrogate.
Paul Clarkson, managing director at Triton Construction, said: “We are pleased to continue our successful record in securing great projects in the education sector for which we offer full turnkey solutions in construction, fit out and external works.
“The sector continues to receive much needed investment to improve learning facilities nationwide and our expertise and credentials stand us in good stead for the year ahead with a strong pipeline of new projects for Triton.”
Triton’s portfolio also includes a new library and further refurbishments for Leeds College of Music, a £2.3m High Needs Vocational Centre for Shipley College, a £3.5m science block and learning link for Bradford Grammar School and a £4m transformation of a derelict building to house Norfolk Park Special School in Sheffield.
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