A sharp focus on medium-sized school projects has seen it secure its eighth project so far this year.
Following a competitive tender, the Department for Education has just named Interserve preferred bidder to design and build High Point Academy in Wednesbury.
The £8m win takes Interserve’s project haul to around £50m following earlier contract wins in Bristol, Leicestershire and Manchester.
The new Special Educational Needs or Disabilities school is being delivered under the DfE’s Free School Programme to provide education to 90 students ranging in age from 11 to 16.
Work will start on the site in June 2020, with completion due in July 2021.
The project will include the removal of asbestos, redundant utility services and the replacement of current buildings with a new-build High Point Academy.
Simon Butler, Divisional Director at Interserve Construction, said: “The award of this contract underscores Interserve’s successful track record with the Department for Education and our capability to deliver award-winning education projects across the UK.”