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MPS promise green future for Carnegie Primary

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May 18 2010

MPS promise green future for Carnegie Primary
Carnegie Primary, one of six new schools being created in the £126m Building Fife’s Future programme, a ten year initiative aimed at updating the regions schools.

Morgan Professional Services are providing sustainability and services advice for the project, which promises to be one of Scotland’s greenest - the contractor is hopeful of achieving a BREEAM rating of ‘Outstanding’.

Key features of the Dunfermline School include a combined heat and power plant, rainwater harvesting system and natural ventilation.

Fife Council are determined not to create “new old schools” and promise that the new estates will be a community hub.

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