Cambridge scheme will cost close to £17m
Morgan Sindall has landed the contract for a near-£17m upgrade to teaching and sporting facilities at Bottisham Village College in Cambridge.
The £16.7m project for Cambridgeshire County Council and Anglian Learning Trust will involve expanding the college’s current facilities, including a new teaching block featuring 22 new classrooms, plus an auditorium, reception area and dining hall.
The architect for the scheme is DLA Architecture.
Morgan Sindall will also remodel the original building, widening existing corridors and expanding the college’s car parking facilities and bus bays.
Bob Ensch, area director at Morgan Sindall, said: “Bottisham Village College plays a major role within the local community and we hope this project will prove to be a great addition to the area.
“The new teaching block and sport facility will enable students, teachers and our community to enjoy working in first-class surroundings for years to come.”