Wick Community Campus set for Easter unveil
April 10 2017
Incorporating a swimming pool, sports halls and library the £48.5m campus has been designed by Highland Council and Ryder to replace the historic Wick High School following its merger with Pulteneytown Academy Primary and South Primary.
Kevin Hewitt, interim chief executive of hub North Scotland, commented: “hub North Scotland’s role is to deliver first class community facilities and the new Campus has achieved that goal.
“Working closely with The Highland Council, main contractor Morrison Construction and other key stakeholders, we have created a modern learning environment that will not only benefit the pupils and staff, but also the wider Wick community.
“The new campus will without a doubt be a real focal point for the area, serving generations of pupils and individuals for years to come. We are proud to have been a part of this project.”
Work began on the build back in July last year.
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