07/10/2021 - 12:13

$95m in school contracts

07/10/2021 - 12:13

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Architects and builders have been awarded contracts for projects totalling close to $95 million across seven WA schools.

Member for Riverton Dr Jags Krishnan and WA education minister Sue Ellery outside Rossmoyne Senior High School.

Architects and builders have been awarded contracts for projects totalling close to $95 million across seven WA schools.

State education minister Sue Ellery announced architects for six school projects today and two builders were awarded contracts on Tenders WA.

Bateman Architects is to design the first stages of a $35 million redevelopment at Rossmoyne Senior High School.

The new two-storey building includes classrooms and a school library, and is a significant part of the school’s upgrade.

The project contract for Rossmoyne high school is expected to be awarded next December, with construction anticipated to finish in August 2024.

With_Architecture Studio was appointed to design new facilities at Duncraig Senior High School as part of a $32.5 million redevelopment.

Construction on Duncraig’s new teaching blocks and refurbishment of existing areas is expected to commence at the start of 2023 and support 115 jobs.

Site Architecture Studio will design $9.7 million facilities at Scarborough Primary School, including a new two-storey teaching block and a new roof for existing buildings.

The development will increase student capacity to 366 and construction is expected to start next August and finish by early 2024.

Hurley Matthews and Scavalli Architecture Northwest has been appointed to design $5.5 million teaching and learning areas at Pilbara’s Baynton West Primary School.

The new facilities will include kindergarten classrooms and a general teaching and learning building with classrooms and a science laboratory.

Work on the project is expected to start in 2022 and finish by July 2023.

T&Z Architects was appointed to plan and design a new arts department at Alkimos Secondary College, as part of a second stage of the school’s redevelopment.

Early plans include additional learning spaces and studios and $1 million has been allocated for the project. 

EMCO Building will construct a new performing arts centre at Dianella Secondary College.

The $5.76 million development was designed by Perth architects Parry and Rosenthal.

McCorkell Constructions has been appointed to build a new performing arts theatre at Wanneroo Secondary College.

The $5.69 million contract also includes refurbishment of existing facilities.

DWA Architects were commissioned to design the Wanneroo development.

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