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Consultant wins eduction deals worth £220m

AIM-listed consultant Baqus Group has secured three education contracts worth a total of £220 million.

Work will cover a £90 million reconfiguration of East Berkshire College’s Langley campus and a £70 million overhaul of Havering Sixth Form College’s entire estate.

Luton Sixth Form College’s Bradgers Hill Road campus will also undergo a £60 million revamp.

The projects have been awarded and funded by the Learning and Skills Council.

Chief executive Clive Sayer said: “This is a great start to Baqus’s life as an AIM listed company. The three project tender wins were, without doubt, aided by the work that Baqus has already completed on the £101 million redevelopment of Oaklands College, St Albans.

“Looking to the future, Baqus’s increased geographical spread, together with our strategy for expansion, should lead to more successful tender wins in this and other sectors.”