Construction of a new school to bring together pupils from the neighbouring villages of Conon Bridge and Maryburgh in the Highlands. The new facility provides ten classrooms arranged in two wings perpendicular to the main wing of the building creating the external courtyard and playground spaces. The main wing fronts on to the main access and acts as part of the secure barrier to the playgrounds and the rest of the school. Contained within this wing are the nursery, wrap-a-round care, library, admin, community, dining, kitchen and sports facilities.
Client: Scottish Borders Council
Duration: 53 weeks
Architect: Cooper Cromar
Client: Precept/ Argyll Council
Duration: 72 weeks
D&B Partner: JM Architects