Health Futures UTC in Sandwell.


20th Mar 2015
New Contracts


BAM Construction have awarded Summit the electrical installation works at Health Futures UTC in Sandwell. 

 

The four-storey building will be able accommodate 600 pupils aged 14 to 19 and will specialise in preparing pupils for a career in health and health science industries.

 

The University Technical College will focus on giving young people skills for careers in healthcare and health science and is sponsored by the University of Wolverhampton, the West Midlands Ambulance Service, the Midcounties Co-operative Pharmacy and several NHS Foundation Trusts in the Black Country and Birmingham.

 

The project will see the creation of labs, a visualisation suite and a room which will act as a hospital teaching ward where pupils can practice in realistic settings.


A multi-use games area (MUGA) will also be created on the building's roof to make the best use of the town centre site.

Summit commence on site in March and the project is scheduled to be completed in August 2015 ready for the new academic year.   Summit will be responsible for the Primary and Secondary Containment of all systems, Mains Distribution, Small Power, Lighting, External Lighting, Testing & Commissioning and will also be responsible for managing and coordinating the Fire and Security Specialist procured by our client.



Fallings Park Primary School


16th Mar 2015
New Contracts


Summit Electrical have been awarded the Electrical Installation at Fallings Park Primary School in Wolverhampton by Interclass PLC.

 

Interclass PLC will build three new classrooms, plus a new two-room nursery unit.

The extension, which will allow it to increase its pupil intake by 50 per cent, is part of a wider plan to create hundreds of new school places in the city.

 

Fallings Park will see its pupil numbers eventually grow from 420 to 630, after it was agreed that the number of new pupils it admitted next term should rise from 60 to 90.

The extension will allow it to open a third form for reception class children.

The plans for Fallings Park are for a single-storey wing, with a new toilet block also included, as well as internal alterations to the building.

 

The project begins in March 2015 and is scheduled to be completed in December 2015.  



 

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