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Morgan Sindall lands London schools deals worth £5.5m

Morgan Sindall has won two school contracts worth a combined £5.5 million in the London borough of Brent.

The firm has been appointed to carry out extension and refurbishment works at Newfield Primary School and Brentfield Primary School.

The 1,000 sq m extension at Newfield Primary School will create seven additional classrooms and a 150 sq m multi-use hall as well as external works will to create a new outdoor play area.

The firm is also building a 1,200 sq m extension at Brentfield Primary School to create seven new classrooms and a multi-use games area.

Morgan Sindall contracts manager Harry Robinson said: “Our experience and ability to deliver education projects plays a big part in maintaining a steady flow of new business and creating a very healthy order book.

“Our strength in the sector continues to grow, with Morgan Sindall being recognised for its ability to complete schemes on time, within budget and to the highest standards. This is reflected in the amount of repeat work we are securing with clients such as the London Borough of Brent.”

The investment by the London Borough of Brent will create an additional 210 places at both Newfield and Brentfield, representing a significant effort by the borough to expand its entry level intake.

London Borough of Brent head of technical services Peter Balham said: “The developments taking place will provide additional teaching facilities and enhance educational attainment across the borough.

“The pupils will also benefit from an improved learning environment.”

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