Local firm to deliver BSF project
construction: A family-owned Hull construction firm has been appointed to deliver part of the city's £400 million Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme.
Hull Esteem Consortium was appointed by Hull City Council to deliver the BSF project, which is designed to revolutionise the city's educational estate. It has brought Houlton on-board to deliver two key projects.
Houlton has been trading in the city for more than 130 years and the company's first foray into the programme was a £360,000 renovation of a specialist centre, which provides support and education for pregnant schoolgirls.
Once Houlton has finished the Schoolgirl Mums' Unit in Boulevard, west Hull, work with then begin on the £7.5 million relocation of Hull Trinity House Academy this month.
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Keith Gilson, commercial director of Houlton, said: "We are delighted to have been awarded the construction contracts to deliver outstanding educational facilities to the city of Hull.
"We utilise our extensive expertise in the industry and knowledge of the area to build schools that will benefit future generations and that the city can be proud of.
"The completion of the Schoolgirl Mums' project is a fantastic milestone already met on budget and to schedule and we look forward to working on the flagship Trinity House Academy."
Formed as a preferred supplier by Hull City Council to deliver the BSF, Hull Esteem Consortium is a tripartite partnership which includes Hull-based Sewell Group, national construction company Morgan Sindall and Roberston Capital Projects.