South Lanarkshire Council spent over £6.2 million on contracts relating to Hallside Primary between December 7 last year and August 31, 2017.
Papers that will go in front of a housing and technical resources committee show the resource tendered six separate contracts at the school in excess of £50,000.
The biggest contract was to the council’s own building services, for partial demolition and refurbishment of the school as part of the schools modernisation programme.
Others included subcontracts for steelworks, groundworks and landscaping, roof and wall cladding, the installation of a central battery system, plumbing for the sprinkler system and curtain walling, windows and external doors.
AC Whyte and Co were paid £1.65m to upgrade the external fabric of the white flats in Burnhill, while £382,769 went to SLC building services for the replacement of common area lighting and provision of emergency lighting in Cambuslang’s multi story blocks.
Blantyre Park Services Ltd picked up £54,237 for fire dampers in David Walker Gardens.
In total, housing resources handed out contracts worth nearly £41m in that period last year.