Newcastle-based contractor Surgo Construction has been awarded £ 3.2m contract to deliver improvement projects on campus Westoe South Tyneside College. The works will see the place to change Surgo School campus to include dedicated Marine and school buildings, refurbish existing facilities and develop new areas of teaching. Surgo director Jeff Alexander said: "We deeply appointed to the University of South Tyneside for the latest project in the process of rebuilding, and given the chance to work again with the college team. "It is gratifying that, once again, our experience and competitiveness has been recognized and we pull all the stops to ensure the success of a productive working relationship continues." When complete, the project will enable the South Tyneside College to pursue his vision for a modern environment to study further education, higher education and marine courses it offers. Late last year, the college announced it had succeeded in an attempt to secure the enhanced renewal grant (Phase 2) from the Skills Funding Agency (SFA) to operate. Lindsey Whiterod, principal and chief executive of South Tyneside College, said: "Surgo Construction excels in multiple criteria specified in the tender, including their previous experience of similar schemes and commitment to sustainability." Mike Foggon, regional director at Faithful + Gould Newcastle office, who heads the project team, said: "Following the very successful completion of the final stage of improvement in 2011, I am confident that this team will be formed to deliver our vision of a state college education art equipment. ' Construction Company has won a series of housing schemes and education in recent months, and started the £ 1.3 million project to repair the Redcar Community College and a £ 2.3m contract with the ISO Housing in North Tyneside. Work with ISO Coronation Street site in Wallsend housing associations. Surgo took a 35 - week contract to build a timber-framed, brick-faced building contains 28 apartments over four floors, and also build two houses and two flats on the site Tyneside style. Contract 21-week course project to fix the front facade of the existing building and provide accommodation for Adult Learning Service is scheduled for completion by the end of next month. It also is developing an innovative £ 8.3m Redcar Hub, to provide high-quality center and work space for the digital and creative industries across the region. Hub building in a prominent position on Redcar seafront and will help to create 60 new jobs and support 50 businesses.