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Novus maintains position at top of class
Our teams have completed more than £15.5 million of work in schools and universities so far this year as we continue to maintain our robust presence in the education maintenance marketplace.
Work has been carried out by us all over the country, with our 30 regional offices - including those in Staffordshire, Bristol and Warwickshire - completing projects in a multitude of educational establishments throughout the year.
The summer holidays saw our teams in high demand, with many projects being carried out during the break.
Skilled operatives from the Staffordshire office constructed an extension and completed refurbishment work at Picknalls First School in Uttoxeter, while at Biddulph High School in Knypersley, our usual high quality refurbishment work was carried out.
In Bristol, a £1 million refurbishment of student accommodation was completed for UPP at Reading University, while student accommodation was also worked on for Bristol University. Our Bristol office also carried out redecoration work for the University of Wales.
In Warwickshire, meanwhile, the team built a new extension for Tysoe C of E Primary School, valued at about £220,000. These are just a few of the education sector contracts which have been completed by Novus teams across the country.
Mick Triner,  head of maintenance, said: “With the summer holidays comes a higher demand for maintenance work in schools and universities as facilities managers take the opportunity to complete work during the shutdown.
“Our highly experienced operations managers plan work far in advance to overcome logistical challenges and ensure the smooth delivery of work. Yet again this year our teams delivered excellent results and the work has ensured Novus maintains a strong position in the marketplace.”
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