Seddon has been awarded work from Salford City Council to improve Westwood Park Community Primary School’s heating system.
The school, which is located in the Eccles area of Salford, has around 350 pupils aged 3 – 11.
The project links to Salford City Council’s ongoing school improvement programme, which aims for all schools to be judged ‘good’ or ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted? and for no school to fall into a category of concern.
As part of this programme, Seddon will replace the school’s old cast iron heating pipework and radiators, most of which dates back to when it was originally built in.
Seddon will then install new pipework and radiators with individual temperature controls to improve the environment for both the students and teachers.
Rob Moss, Engineering Services Director at Seddon, said: “Close liaison with the customer and end user is always essential, and we’ll be working closely with the Council and school to ensure we provide them with the best service possible within the given time scale.
“It’s great to be carrying out work in an area where so much expansion is taking place. This is an opportunity to positively contribute to Salford’s education landscape and provide updated buildings for the local communities to use for generations to come.”