Contract Type Design, Build, Finance & Maintain
The new East Caithness Community Campus replaced the existing Wick High School, South Primary and Pultneytown Academy Primary School and was delivered by hub North Scotland after it was appointed as development partner by The Highland Council.
The innovative campus consists of two senior school teaching wings as well as a separate primary school with its own access. A special needs wing, sports block, library, swimming pool and fitness suite alongside three sports pitches completes the offering.
The collaboration between The Highland Council, hub North Scotland Ltd and the Scottish Futures Trust has proved to be a success and we are very proud of everyone that has worked so hard to bring this to fruition.Councillor Gail Ross
Work on the campus began in 2014, with First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, along with pupils from the three participating schools, leading the turf cutting which officially marked the commencement of the project’s construction. The main contractor for the build was Morrison Construction, part of the Galliford Try group of companies.← back to projects