Seddon has completed three-key refurbishment projects over the 2019 summer period for its long-standing partner, Salford City Council.
Over the six-week summer break, Seddon’s Engineering Services business unit delivered essential repairs and maintenance on three sites in Salford.
The team conducted a major upgrade of the boiler plant at Fiddlers Lane Primary School and Westwood Park Primary School, in time for the start of the new academic year.
Seddon previously carried out an internal heating improvements to the heating system at Westwood Park Primary School in 2018.
A third project was carried out at Barton Moss Secure Care Centre, a 20-bed unit managed by Salford City Council Children’s Services which is rated as Outstanding by Ofsted.
The company undertook major upgrade work to the original unit boiler plant. Seddon built an extension to the centre in 2014, doubling it in size.
To date, Seddon’s Engineering Services team has completed a number of major projects for Salford City Council, across sites including Newcroft Children’s Home; Salford Water Sports Centre; and Irlam Cadishead Leisure Centre.
Deputy City Mayor Councillor, John Merry, said: “Although schools have been closed for the summer, Seddon has been working hard with maintaining and upgrading facilities so our school children and teachers have first class facilities when they return for the new school year.”
Rob Moss, director of Engineering Services at Seddon, said: “We have successfully delivered a number of key projects on time and in budget for Salford City Council over the years and are delighted to have delivered these latest works.
“As a people business, it is important to us to carry out work that makes a real difference to communities – in this case providing the young people of Salford with the very best care and education facilities.”