VINCI Construction UK has successfully handed over the second phase of the £8.6 million transformation of Notre Dame High School in Sheffield.
Phase two involved 3,840m² of refurbishment of the existing 1930’s school block and was completed four weeks ahead of schedule.
VINCI Construction UK is now underway with the third and final phase of the project which involves the refurbishment of two blocks and associated external works.
The two year contract, which started in May 2011, will be completed in February 2013.
Keith Shivers, Regional Director, VINCI Construction UK, Building Division – North East, said:
“Our experience in education delivery has ensured that we have worked closely with Notre Dame High School and Sheffield City Council to complete the project to the highest standard, and are more then delighted that the refurbished school will offer local communities in Sheffield a first-class learning facility.”
Councillor Jackie Drayton, Cabinet Member for Children, Young People and Families, said:
"This marks a milestone in the Sheffield BSF programme and I'm delighted to see how the development of the project is taking shape at Notre Dame."
VINCI Construction UK is working in partnership with Sheffield City Council and the Sheffield LEP on the Building Schools for the Future (BSF) project to construct forefront schools throughout Sheffield.