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SES wins £30m worth of M&E work on BSF projects

Shepherd Engineering Services has won M&E contracts, worth a total of £30 million, on six schools under the Building Schools for the Future programme in Yorkshire and the North-east.

The contractor will work with main contractors, including Costain, Interserve and Carillion, to install mechanical and electrical services into schools in Bradford, Durham, Leeds and South Tyneside & Gateshead.

SES will be responsible for installing complex heating, air-conditioning, ventilation, sprinkler, fire alarm and CCTV systems to the six new schools, to be completed between March and December 2010.   

The company has also won two contracts on Procure21 healthcare projects, worth £4.5 million, with main contractors Costain and Interserve.

SES will install the full range of M&E services, including domestic water services, air conditioning, fire and intruder alarms, CCTV and access control switches.

M&E work on Peaks Lane in Grimsby and the Child & Adolescent Mental Health Services in Sheffield, are underway and expected to be finished by the end of December 2009 and September 2010, respectively.