ROBERTSON Group has revealed it will deliver the first school in Wales through WEPCo (Welsh Education Partnership Company) utilising the Welsh Government’s Mutual Investment Model (MIM).
Robertson Construction North West is the build partner for the two-storey Mynydd Isa Campus in Flintshire, while Robertson Facilities Management will deliver hard FM services upon completion of the build in November 2024.
The primary and high school will remain as separate schools operating from a single building with some shared facilities.
The school will be BREEAM excellent and net zero carbon in operation.
Elliot Robertson, CEO of Robertson Group, said, “Flintshire County Council residents will benefit greatly from the new campus which will see an increase in continuity and progression for learners from age three to 16. Our Construction North West and Facilities Management teams have been working tirelessly with WEPCo to reach financial close and activity on the site will begin in earnest in the coming weeks.
“Robertson is proud to be the contractor of choice for both the build and on-going FM hard services provision.
“Throughout the build, we will also be working closely with the local community to deliver added social value which will benefit Flintshire and its residents during the build and post completion. As a business we have been working hard to reduce our environmental impacts across all of our operations and we will be doing all that we can to reduce and limit embodied cardon during construction.”