New work for Willmott Dixon

10 Nov 2017

J P Dunn Construction have commenced works on three new projects for Willmott Dixon. This represents a continuation of the collaborative relationship developed on schemes recently completed in Twickenham and Kingston. The contract to carry out substructure and superstructure works for the Harris Academy in Sutton has a value of £5.5 million. The school is to be built to a passive house specification in order to optimise energy efficiency in the building, and reduce its ecological footprint. Davie Maloney will be the Project Manager with responsibility for the successful delivery of the job.

The Blenheim Care Home in Feltham has a value of £2 million and J P Dunn are carrying out all substructure and external works. The development will provide 94 units for people with mental illness. Paul Seward, who has re-joined the business, will be the Project Manager in charge.

The third new project is New Addington Leisure Centre where enabling works are underway including major sewer diversions and preparatory work for piling, to facilitate work starting in earnest early in 2018. Charlie Henderson will be managing this project.