The Transform Schools PFI Contracts between Stoke City Council and Birmingham City Council were signed on 25th October 2000 and 31st March 2006 respectively to improve the existing fabric, maintain buildings through time, and deliver core services to give all the academic staff the freedom to concentrate on the delivery of education.
Innisfree Ltd, the leading infrastructure investment group in the UK investing in PFI and PPP projects, were equal shareholders with Balfour Beatty until mid-2013 when Innisfree became the single shareholder for Transform Schools following the purchase of the Balfour Beatty interest in the Project Company.
Transform Schools are now lead by HCP Infrastructure (UK) Ltd, a company established in 1997, to continue to deliver the project on time and with minimum disruption to pupils, staff and governors, in an environment where pupils can learn and teachers can teach. HCP has built a successful track record in the development and subsequent management of projects within the public and private sectors. HCP provides operational management in a number of schools, hospitals, courts and housing projects both in the UK and Canada.
HCP Infrastructure (UK) Ltd.
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