Contactor Chosen for Tunbridge Wells School
Willmott Dixon is pleased to announce that it has been chosen by Kent County Council to build a three-storey satellite facility for Tunbridge Wells Grammar School for Boys in Sevenoaks.
The work to extend the school was procured via the Procurement Hub Major Projects Framework.
Adam Worrall, Director at Willmott Dixon in London & South, commented: “Having worked in collaboration with Kent County Council for many years, we are delighted to be working with them once more to deliver the much-needed expansion for the school. Designed by Bond Bryan Architects, the extension will allow the school to continue to provide an outstanding pupil experience.”
Clare Moore, Client Relationship Manager, Procurement Hub, said: “It has been a pleasure to be working alongside Willmott Dixon and Kent County Council on the expansion of Tunbridge Wells Grammar School. We are looking forward to seeing the completed project!”
Included in this contract is the renovation of the nearby Weald of Kent Grammar School, which will see the creation of a new mezzanine level, along with new teaching areas.
This work follows Willmott Dixon’s previous construction in the area where it built the Trinity Free School.
The work is the latest in a series of projects in the Sevenoaks area for Willmott Dixon. In 2017, the construction business completed an extensive expansion at the Weald of Kent Grammar School, this work follows on from Willmott Dixon’s previous construction in the area where it built the Trinity Free School.
The company has also previously delivered an extension at Knole Academy.
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