Our projects and experience

Our team of over 100 highly skilled infrastructure and investment experts have reached financial close on 50 projects with a value of more than €12 billion, from a network of bases across the Netherlands, UK, Germany, Ireland, Belgium, Australia and North America

We are experts at delivering infrastructure projects that will enhance communities and transform lives around the world, from roads, railways, water and marine infrastructure, tunnels and bridges, to hospitals, schools and government buildings as well as the infrastructure of the future – digital networks, energy transition and solutions to combat climate change.

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Camden Schools

Camden Schools

UK

The London Borough of Camden Council – after receiving funding from central government to enter the national Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme – awarded Invesis the contract to build three new schools in the Borough of Camden, accommodating 2,930 students.

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Dalkeith Schools Community Campus

UK

The Dalkeith Schools project consists of the design, construction, operation, maintenance, and financing of a Community Campus comprising three schools and central sports and leisure facilities for shared school and community use, accommodating more than 2,000 pupils.

The original buildings of Dalkeith High School and St David’s Roman Catholic High School were unable to meet the full curricular needs of a modern school adequately within their existing premises.

Site constraints at one of the schools and proposed new housing in the area led Midlothian Council to decide to relocate both the secondary schools and amalgamate the local Special Education Needs (SEN) schools to a new greenfield site on the edge of the town.

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Dalkeith Schools Community Campus
Crawley Schools

Crawley Schools

UK

The Crawley Schools PFI project comprises the design, construction, operation, maintenance, and financing of three new secondary school facilities in neighbouring communities in Crawley, England, accommodating 4,000 pupils.

The Crawley Schools project encompassed the following:

  • a new 1,450-place secondary school (Oriel High School) on a green field site for the growing Maidenbower neighbourhood; and
  • replacement schools for the 1,450-student Thomas Bennett Community College and the 1,100-student Ifield Community College, both of which were constructed on the existing school sites.
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Bristol Schools Phase 1A

UK

This Bristol City Council PFI project involved the replacement of four of Bristol’s 18 secondary schools in the city’s urban communities, accommodating more than 4,000 students.

Invesis, together with its partners BAM Construction and BAM FM, worked closely with Bristol City Council and the individual schools to deliver four new replacement schools on the existing sites.

The development included:

  • Bedminster Down School (1,080 pupils): Facilities for 1,080 students, including extensive floodlit sports facilities.
  • Henbury School (945 places for 11 to 16-year-olds): Facilities for 945 students, including a six-lane 25-metre swimming pool, fitness centre, dance studio, and an all weather pitch with floodlights (amenities which were also open to the local community).
  • Monks Park School (now Orchard Schools): Facilities for 1,080 students, including floodlit sports facilities and the retention of the existing City Learning Centre.
  • Portway Community School (now Oasis Academy Brightstowe): Facilities for 945 students, incorporating a 36-student autism centre and a floodlit sports area.
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Bristol Schools
Bromsgrove Schools

Bromsgrove Schools

UK

Worcestershire County Council took the decision to build seven new schools (two High Schools, two Middle Schools, and three First Schools) in the area of Bromsgrove, England, complete with community facilities on five sites. The new schools cater for approximately 1,740 pupils.

Having carried out a review of the schools in the Bromsgrove area of Worcestershire, the local county council decided to expand its education facilities.

The scheme proposed was to build seven new schools including two High schools, two Middle schools, and three First schools, with enhanced community facilities on five sites. Four of the seven schools were built on their existing sites and the remaining three schools were built on two new sites.

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Solihull Schools

UK

Invesis were awarded the contract to design, build, finance, maintain, and operate three schools and design and build one school for the “Building Schools for the Future” programme, accommodating 4,290 pupils.

The development included:

  • Archbishop Grimshaw Roman Catholic VA School: Replacement 1,400 pupil secondary school on existing site.
  • Smith’s Wood Sports College: Replacement 1,400 pupil secondary school.
  • Park Hall School: Replacement 1,400 pupil secondary school.
  • Lanchester School and Pupil Referral Unit: Purpose-built special needs school for 50 pupils, a 40-place pupil referral unit, and a sports hall.
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Solihull Schools

Global projects

We deliver and manage projects in the transportation, social infrastructure and water infrastructure sectors, with access to international expertise combined with local knowledge and presence through our shareholders.

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