Council chiefs have appointed a contractor to carry out £143,831 works at West SILC Milestone during the summer holidays.
Leeds Building Services (LBS) has won the contract to carry out the ‘mechanical building’ work at the Stanningley school, according to a council report released this week.
Mechanical building work is carried out in a building or facility that involve motors, machines, or the flow of fluids usually in conjunction with electrical or electromechanical controls.
The council report says: “The works support the council’s health and wellbeing plan by ensuring children have a safe and watertight learning environment.”
The work is due to be finished by the time the school re-opens in September.
The full report can be read here.