Over the past few months Brenig Construction has been involved in some fantastic local projects, including work as the principal contractor on the groundworks of the new Rhyl High School for Willmott Dixon.
Brenig were thrilled to secure this contract and are pleased to be working alongside Willmott Dixon once again on this important £25m project to improve and modernise the school.
The works are moving ahead at a great pace and on the 22nd May Brenig Construction Director Howard Vaughan attended the new Rhyl High School Ceremony to celebrate the progress of this important development.
The ceremony marked the insertion of a number of beams into the structure, which have been signed by pupils from both Rhyl High School and Ysgol Tir Morfa, which you can see at the top of the page.
This is a key milestone within the construction of the whole project as it marks the completion of the main structure of the new school.
The entire project is progressing well and this main structure is a great step forward for the works. It is estimated that the new Rhyl High School could open its doors as soon as 2016, welcoming 1,200 pupils. The new school will not only cater to the students of Rhyl High school but also students from Ysgol Tir Morfa special school.
Howard Vaughan Construction Director said
‘We are pleased to be involved in such a high profile and worthwhile contract. Milestones and key achievements like these focus the mind on what we are actually constructing here for the future generations of School Children in Rhyl, this school on completion will be something for all pupils and staff to be proud of, and we at Brenig Construction are proud to be involved again with Willmott Dixon and Denbighshire County Council in this worthwhile Project.’
Local residents are keen to see the new school open its doors, which will be of huge benefit to students in the area.
Read this post from the Brenig Construction website here.