Progress Report – The £14m state-of-the-art sixth form hub in Connah’s Quay
Bodelwyddan-based Wynne Construction have just popped a ‘progress’ video on to You Tube of the £14m state-of-the-art sixth form hub currently being built in Connah’s Quay.
The video shows the scale of project which is replacing sixth forms at Holywell, John Summers and Connah’s Quay high schools.
The new hub is being jointly developed by Coleg Cambria, local schools and Flintshire County Council and will occupy a centralised location between Coleg Cambria’s Deeside site and Connah’s Quay High School.
Designed to offer post 16 learners a wider curriculum, the Centre will boast state-of the-art facilities to provide a truly inspirational learning experience for up to 700 students.
The three-storey building includes specialist performing arts, music, science and creative arts facilities as well as general teaching classrooms and social and private study spaces.
Accessed via a newly formed entrance from Golftyn Lane, the scheme will also include staff and visitor car parking as well as a coach park area to serve the wider Coleg Cambria site.
The hub will be open to students in Autumn 2016. Wynne Construction, the main contractor, started work on site in March 2015.
And here is what it will look when it’s complete…
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