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23/04/2018

Financial Close Reached On £55m Inverurie Community Campus

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Financial close has been reached on the £55 million Inverurie Community Campus project in Aberdeenshire.

Preparatory works have already commenced on site and full construction is set to shortly follow.

The development will be built by Robertson Construction to replace the existing Inverurie Academy. The project will be led by hub North Scotland, with FES FM as the facilities FM Service provider.

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Once finished, the new campus will provide;

• Replacement of the existing Inverurie Academy, Inverurie Swimming Pool and Garioch Community Centre on the existing site which will provide state of the art teaching accommodation for 1600 learners;

• New accommodation for the existing St Andrews Special School with dedicated external teaching space

• Community accommodation including a 6 lane swimming pool, hydrotherapy pool, training pool, dry sports facilities, community cafe, and access to shared Campus spaces

• External facilities including an all-weather pitch, MUGA and external play area

• Car and bus parking together with demolition of existing facilities

The first phase of the new facility is scheduled to be complete in early 2020.

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