Refurbishment work totalling over 15 million undertaken by Novus

  • 17 Nov 2014

The Staffordshire, Bristol and Warwickshire regional offices undertook the refurbishments

Operatives from Novus’ Staffordshire branch constructed an extension and carried out extensive refurbishment work at Picknalls First School in Uttoxeter, whilst also carrying out restoration work at Biddulph High School in Knyperslet.

A £1 million refurbishment was carried out on student accommodation at Reading University by the Bristol office, who also undertook redecoration projects at Bristol University and the University of Wales.

The Novus team built a new extension for Tysoe C of E Primary School in Warwickshire at a value of around £220,000, one of a number of projects undertaken as part of education sector contracts.

The majority of projects were carried out during the summer holidays to prevent disruption to staff and students at the facilities.

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