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SES Engineering Services, an engineering specialist with offices in York and Leeds, has won a 2.8 million contract win for the Yorkshire region, on the part longstanding client Interserve Construction.

Working alongside the primary contractor, who’s performing on behalf with the Dixons City Academy Charitable Trust in addition to Bradford Education Services, SES has secured its put on the roll-out of the Dixons McMillan Academy, Bradford.

SES will provide both the design and installation over a huge selection of mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) services in addition to HVAC systems to produce the 6,500 sqm project which could begin to see the refurbishment and extension of an existing building on the former Bradford College site.

The project can establish new teaching spaces including a sports hall and a innovative multi-use ‘heart space’ made to enclose the prevailing semi-courtyard entrance area by providing a completely new glass frontage and entrance towards building.

Construction for the Academy is done over two phases, while using the first phase because of conclude in September prior to the introduction of the new academic year. Phase Two, developing the ‘heart’ space, will conclude in November this coming year. The Academy could eventually have 720 pupils by the time it reaches its full capacity by 2020.

SES worked with Interserve over a amount of projects across both the education and commercial property sectors. The best recently completed scheme would have been a major phased extension of Corpus Christi Catholic College, delivered in the Leeds Building Schools money initiative.

The project, which was funded because of the Education Funding Agency, was procured via the YORbuild regional framework.

“Steve Joyce, Regional Director, SES, said: “Our early involvement providing design and expense input ensured how the scheme was both affordable and would match the client’s expectations earlier than commencing work. Further to the current, by fully utilising our sophisticated BIM and PRISM capability and adopting our ‘build before we build’ strategy to create modular building services, we are delivering a fully packaged plantroom and fully integrated service modules, which allows us to generate a substantially speedier installation.”

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