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Miller Construction lands £30m contract to build two schools in Holywell, north Wales

Miller Construction has won a £30m contract to build two new schools in Holywell, north Wales.

The project is the first to be announced as part of a four-year £270m North Wales Schools and Public Buildings Contractor framework, to which Miller Construction was appointed earlier this year.

The framework covers approximately 15 projects across Denbighshire County Council, Conwy County Borough Council, Gwynedd County Council, Wrexham County Borough Council, the Isle of Anglesey County Council and Flintshire County Council, which owns the Holywell scheme.

Miller Construction will build a primary and secondary school on the land adjacent to an existing secondary school.

The single-storey primary school will accommodate 315 pupils and replace current local infant and junior schools. 

The three-storey secondary school will provide 600 places and replace the existing secondary school on site.

Both schools are due to open in September 2016.

Miller was appointed to each of the framework lots, including projects from £4.35 to £7.5m, £7.5 to £15m and those exceeding £15m.

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