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A look at our latest contracts

New contracts spanning across Powys, Shropshire, as well as Telford & Wrekin, have propelled Pave Aways with a boost of almost £13 million in the first quarter of 2024. Here’s a closer look at the exciting projects that have contributed to this milestone:

  • 1 Walker Street, Wellington, Telford:

We are please to have been appointed to carry out the refurbishment of 1 Walker Street, located in the heart of Wellington, Telford. This historic building is set to undergo a transformation into residential flats with retail spaces on the ground floor. The restoration will be sympathetic to the history of the building and its surrounding area but will bring it back to active use. As we have previously been shortlisted in the Conservation and Regeneration category of the 2023 Constructing Excellence Midlands awards for our work on Riggs Hall, we have plenty of experience in preserving and revitalising cherished landmarks.

  • Buttington Primary School Refurbishment, Welshpool:

Working with Powys County Council, we are set to commence the refurbishment of Buttington Primary School in Welshpool. Involving the replacement of windows and doors through the building, it is set to enhance the learning environment for generations to come.

  • Oxon Primary School Hall Extension, Shrewsbury:

With work already underway, we’re making great progress on the £680,000 hall extension project at Oxon Primary School in Shrewsbury. Working closely with Shropshire Council, our team is dedicated to delivering this vital addition within 30 weeks.

  • Ercall Wood Academy School Expansion, Telford:

At Ercall Wood Academy in Telford, our team is spearheading a transformative £11.5 million project. This project involves the construction of a new three-story science block building, a single-story extension to the dining hall, and the refurbishment of existing ground-floor classrooms. Our integrated approach to design and construction ensures that the school’s facilities align with modern educational standards.

Managing Director Steven Owen said the projects supported a positive outlook for Pave Aways: “As a company deeply rooted in the Midlands and Wales, we’re thrilled to be working with our sustainable supply chains, and also connecting with more specialised local contractors and suppliers at our Meet The Buyer events. Not only does this bring economic benefits to the communities we serve, but it also allows us to leave a positive legacy on the built environment in these areas.”

Keep an eye out for updates as we embark on these exciting projects!