The £28 million Building Schools for the Future (BSF) project will include an amphitheatre, gardens and a sensory area for children with special needs and work is expected to be completed by November 2010.
Mechanical services installation will include ventilation, DX cooling, domestic hot and cold water, automatic controls and Low Temperature Hot Water heating.
Electrical services installation will include main switchgear, electrical distribution system and small power, lighting control and window control.
Nigel Le Marechal, joint managing director of EIC, said this was the biggest m&e project undertaken by the firm.
He said: 'This project is huge for EIC because it has been secured in our 35th year of operation, it is in a sector in which we are rapidly building a strong reputation and it has been awarded by one of our long-term construction partners, Willmott Dixon.
”It is also an extremely exciting job to be involved in as the new school building has several inspirational features included which should add up to an outstanding learning environment for the students to enjoy.'
The company said sustainability would be at the centre of the plans and the project has received an excellent rating from the Committee for Architecture and Built Environment (CABE).