10/09/2013 - 15:59

Four builders take home school contracts

10/09/2013 - 15:59


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Four builders take home school contracts

The Barnett government’s move to integrate year seven students at the state’s high schools is paying dividends for WA builders, with Emco Building the recent beneficiary of a $10.8 million construction deal from the Department of Education.

The contract comprises the development of year seven classrooms at John Curtin High School in Fremantle.

Emco was selected through an official tender process.

The award follows the Department signing Robinson Buildtech late last month to construct a year seven facility at Canning Vale College for $3.9 million.

Robinson was also awarded a $2.2 million contract for year seven works at Safety Bay Senior High School.

At Kelmscott Senior High School, Universal Constructions won a $3.8 million deal for year seven facilities, and a $1.9 million deal was awarded to Devlyn Constructions at Darling Range Sports College.


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