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Top quality electricians could be needed for BSF scheme

Tradespersons with electrical qualifications could benefit from a new Building Schools for the Future (BSF) scheme recently announced by Equitix.

According to the building consortium, which includes Galliford Try, Kier Eastern, RH Partnership and Make Architects, it has been named as a preferred bidder on the £600 million project that will rebuild and refurbish "the entire Cambridgeshire secondary school estate".

Galliford Try revealed that it will carry out 40 per cent of the consortium's construction work in the programme's first phase.

Director at Equitix Nick Parker said that he is pleased the team have been given the chance to work on the scheme.

"We are delighted the Equitix consortium has been selected for this significant programme and look forward to working as a construction partner to provide quality secondary education facilities across Cambridgeshire," he said.

With high quality facilities integral to education sector projects such as this, it could be that workers with approved electrical qualifications who have taken a training course are selected to provide services for the consortium.

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