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Our Education division is top of the class in Scotland

3rd November 2017, 12:30pm

We are just weeks away from concluding our fourth Scottish school contract of 2017, after fitting out the new Kelso High School.

The £22m state of the art facility in the Scottish Borders has been built by Morrison Construction and will accommodate 780 pupils.

We won the contract following a competitive tender process; taking the architect's original designs and converting them into a bespoke buildable solution whilst remaining within budget and programme.

Earlier in the year, we also completed the installation of fitted and loose furniture at two brand new schools in South Ayrshire as part of a contract worth £328,000.

The state-of-the-art Tarbolton Community Campus caters for over 300 children and at Dailly Primary School a new two-storey building has replaced three previously separate buildings, with space for 100 pupils. The schools form part of a wider investment by Hub South West Scotland, who have a large pipeline of investment for schools in South Ayrshire. We have also completed a fit-out at the new £8.6m Duns Primary school in Berwickshire.

Godfrey Syrett’s Education division accounts for almost 30% of the company’s turnover, with a dedicated team which delivers contracts directly with schools and main contractors.
 
Divisional Director at Godfrey Syrett, Derek Mitchell said:

“2017 is proving to be a tremendous year for our education division, in terms of direct sales to schools as well as supporting main contractors such as Morrison Construction with new projects. We are building a strong reputation in Scotland and look forward to working on further projects in the future.”


We are also delivering a further three contracts amounting to £2m in South West Scotland on behalf of Graham Construction. The three secondary schools include a new £26.5m “learning campus” in Dalbeattie, as well as St Joseph’s College and North West Campus in Dumfries, all of which are being rebuilt under the Scottish Futures Trust.