Derbyshire firm Wildgoose Construction is celebrating after winning contracts worth a total of £13.6 million.
The Alfreton-based firm is set to start work this week on a Primary Care Medical Centre in Peterborough, which will serve more than 20,000 patients.
The contract is valued at £3.2m and the centre is due to be completed by July 2015 and is being built to a BREEAM (BRE Environmental Assessment Method) rating of ‘excellent’, the leading and most widely used environmental assessment method.
Wildgoose has also received orders for two fire stations in West Yorkshire, in Dewsbury and Killingbeck.
The contracts are worth a total of £5.3m and work is scheduled to start in August and be completed in 47 weeks.
The firm has also won a £3m contract for two new pubs for Marston’s, at Newcastle-under-Lyme, in Staffordshire and Markham Vale, near Chesterfield in Derbyshire, along with a £2.1m contract for Synergy Housing at Thurnscoe, South Yorkshire.
Wildgoose has also handed over two Marston’s pubs in Sheffield and Warrington; a visual arts academy at North East College Wakefield in West Yorkshire; a two-storey classroom block at George Spencer Academy in Stapleford; an engineering and automotive hub at West Nottinghamshire College in Sutton-in-Ashfield and a foreign languages block at Ecclesbourne School in Duffield, Derbyshire.