Work has finished on the structure of the latest North Wales school being built by Wynne Construction. With the school building now complete, soft landscaping, planting and fencing are now under way at Ysgol Llanfair Dyffryn Clwyd.
Wynne Construction is appointed to carry out the works on the bilingual church primary school, which serves the Ruthin area. The new structure replaces outdated premises, while the scheme will also add vital extra car parking for the school, which is located on the busy A525 in the centre of the village.
The bigger car park and drop area will be able to accommodate 30 cars, two disabled bays and four minibuses, helping to overcome a shortage of space previously encountered by parents and villagers in the vicinity.
Wynne Construction has employed an average of 20 personnel, comprising direct employees and subcontractors, on the site each week for the duration of work.
Wynne Construction contract manager, Steve Davies, said: "This job has gone very well. The building itself is complete and we’re just finishing the soft landscaping, planting, and fencing. Once the offsite drainage work has been completed, we will be in a position to complete the car park construction, and help improve staff areas, public areas and overall accessibility to the school."
The new school has been built on land opposite Bryn y Clwyd, Llanfair. It has been funded from the Welsh Government’s 21st Century Schools and Education programme, in partnership with investment from Denbighshire County Council. The project forms part of more than £90million of investment in Denbighshire’s schools within the wider 21st Century Schools programme funded by Denbighshire County Council and the Welsh Government.