Nobles Construction has secured six new school contracts worth £1.75m.
For Liverpool City Council, the contractor will complete a £615,000 extension and refurbishment at Kingsley Community Primary School in Toxteth.
Liverpool Archdiocese appointed Nobles to install a mezzanine floor creating an additional classroom and improving access to the roof terrace at Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School in Wigan. The contract, worth £280,000, is the fifteenth contract awarded by the Archdiocese to Nobles.
At Chaigeley School in Warrington, Nobles was appointed on a £350,000 job to build a new teaching block creating two additional classrooms.
Shrewsbury Diocese awarded Nobles two contracts, worth £410,000, to redevelop a science block at Harrytown Catholic High School in Romiley and build a new entrance at St Simon's Catholic Primary School in Stockport.
The shortest contract, worth £100,000, is with St Thomas CE Primary School in Lydiate, and involves extending the after-school club area.
Peter Linford, director at Nobles Construction, said: "We've had a very strong second quarter as our experience and ability to deliver education projects continues to play a big part in maintaining a steady flow of new business and creating a very healthy order book.
"Our strength in the sector continues to grow, with Nobles recognised for its ability to complete schemes on time, within budget and to the highest standards. This is reflected in the amount of repeat work we are securing with clients such as Liverpool Archdiocese and Shrewsbury Diocese.
"As public spending cuts take hold refurbishment becomes increasingly important as organisations look to enhance existing facilities."