Ysgol Yr Hafod: Johnstown | Wynne Construction

Ysgol Yr Hafod: Johnstown

  • Client Wrexham County Borough Council

    Client

    Wrexham County Borough Council

  • Architect Studio KMA

    Architect

    Studio KMA

  • Contract Value £3.2m

    Contract Value

    £3.2m

  • Length of Contract 12 months

    Length of Contract

    12 months

Wynne Construction has been appointed by Wrexham County Borough Council to carry out the refurbishment and extension works at Ysgol Yr Hafod in Johnstown.

The extension will integrate the old schoolhouse as well as create three new classrooms and a reception/nursery in order to join together the infant and junior schools, which are currently located on two different sites. The refurbishment includes a new main entrance and administration hub, a new early years foundation class base, a new staff car park, and a multi-use games area.

The project is funded by the Welsh Government's Sustainable Communities for Learning programme (formerly 21st Century Schools).

Work commenced on site in April 2022 and is due for completion in April 2023.

Ysgol Yr Hafod is a registered site with the Considerate Constructors Scheme



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