• 19 July 2017

Holywell Learning Campus wins at the CEW Awards

We are delighted that our project Holywell Learning Campus has won the ‘Sustainability Award’ at the Constructing Excellence in Wales Awards (CEW Awards).

The ‘Sustainability Award’ recognises a project or organisation with a committed and creative approach to sustainability that has produced real benefits for the environment, stakeholders and the local community.

The Holywell Learning Campus comprises of a new co-located primary and secondary school for 800 pupils in the grounds of the existing Holywell High School. The new school is a mixture of single, two and three storey-buildings, with associated play grounds, sports pitches and car parking.

Waterman was appointed by Galliford Try to provide civil, structural, building services and environmental consultancy services on the project.

The winners were announced at the Awards ceremony on 14th July 2017 at Celtic Manor, Newport.

Holywell Learning Campus will now go on to scoop national recognition at the Constructing Excellence National Awards on 17th November 2017.

Congratulations to all those involved in this great project!

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