Elgin High School Reaches Practical Completion
Posted on October 18, 2017
School will welcome pupils after the October break
After 18 months on site, the brand-new £28.8m Elgin High School has been completed and the building handed over. Students will be welcomed into the new school, which was delivered by Moray Council and hub North Scotland, after the October holidays.
At the handover were Elgin High School Head Teacher Hugh McCulloch, Nick Goodchild from Moray Council, with Iain Lumsden from contractors, Balfour Beatty Construction, and Linda Shearer from hub North Scotland.
As part of the project, a new teaching and sports facility has been built adjacent to the existing Elgin High School, which will also have an important role as a community facility,with sports provisions and performance facilities open for use by the wider public.
The second phase of the redevelopment scheme is due to commence imminently and will see the old school being demolished to make way for the construction of a new 3G sports pitch and upgraded parking facilities.
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