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Halliday Clark bags Bradford free school project

[First look + project data] Halliday Clark, as part of a Kier-led team, has landed the £3.2 million project for the new Rainbow Free School in Bradford

The Shipley-based practice beat a rival bid by Mansell with Space Architects to win the 2,524m² primary school scheme which will accommodate 800 pupils.

Project data

Architects: Halliday Clark Architects
Location: Nelson Street, Bradford
Type Of Project: 800 place primary free school
Structural Engineers: Curtins Consulting
Project Architect: Adam Clark, director in charge
Design Team: Andrew Southey, Craig Hilton, Nick Pearce
Client: Rainbow Schools Trust
Funding: EFA
Tender date: 26 July 2012
Start on site date: November 2012
Contract duration: 9½ months
Gross internal floor area: 2,524m²
Form of contract and/or procurement: Design & Build
Total cost: £3.2million
M&e consultant: WSP
Planning supervisor: Turner & Townsend
Lighting consultant: WSP
Main contractor: Kier Construction

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