More than 1,200 students are set to benefit from a new state-of-the-art facility in North Wales after Mott MacDonald completed the £25 million redevelopment of Rhyl High School.
Designed and constructed by Willmott Dixon, the engineering consultant provided project management, technical advisory and cost consultancy services to Denbighshire County Council on the project,
In 2014, the council announced plans to create the state-of-the-art facility which would seek to provide the best possible start for children and young people in a modern setting.
Funding was received from the council and the Welsh Government to construct a three-storey building capable of accommodating 1,200 pupils from Rhyl High School. The building also provides a base for 45 pupils from the nearby Ysgol Tir Morfa community special school.