Monday, February 16, 2009

Hulley & Kirkwood wins Birmingham BSF role

Consulting Engineers Hulley & Kirkwood has been chosen to provide M&E Design for the new ВЈ2.4bn Birmingham BSF scheme.

Catalyst Lend Lease (CLL), a consortium made up of Catalyst Education and Bovis Lend Lease, is preferred bidder on the scheme. 

The project will see 89 of the city’s secondary schools rebuilt or refurbished in six phases with completion scheduled for 2024. 

The first phase, worth ВЈ153 million, will see twelve schools completely redeveloped and four academies built.  Completion of phase one is expected in 2011.

Andy Bradley, Director at Hulleys’ Birmingham office, says: “This is currently one of the biggest projects in the country, and the biggest school transformation programme to date. We are delighted to have been chosen to work with CLL Consortium”.


Hulley & Kirkwood wins Birmingham BSF role


“Hulleys are currently working on the two largest projects in the UK - ВЈ540 million Birmingham New Hospital project and ВЈ1.6 billion SLAM (Single Living Accommodation Modernisation) project.  Birmingham BSF scheme adds to our already impressive portfolio.”

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