LINEAR Design Construction (LDC) has completed the £1.1 million extension of two primary schools in Airdrie.
The project, led by hub South West, provided two extra classrooms to All Saints Primary School, whilst an internal courtyard space was reconfigured at adjoining Rochsolloch Primary School to create further space.
hub South West said that the work will allow for Rochsolloch’s permanent capacity to increase to 313 pupils, while All Saints’ pupil roll capacity will stand at a potential 305.
LDC were appointed to the project in July 2020 and managed the development from inception alongside the design team, JM Architects and Blyth & Blyth. hub South West said that the work was handed over with zero defects.
Ryan Broadley, managing director of LDC, said, “We are delighted to see another vital education project completed to such a high standard.
“We have thoroughly enjoyed working with the teams at hub South West and North Lanarkshire Council to bring this project to fruition and look forward to working together again in future.”
Michael McBrearty, chief executive of hub South West, added, “It is fantastic to see the extension of All Saints & Rochsolloch Primary School now complete. Students and staff can now benefit from an updated and more functional space that will enhance their learning environment.
“We have collaborated frequently with North Lanarkshire Council on educational projects and early years’ developments and are delighted to have worked alongside LDC to deliver this interesting project on NLC’s behalf.”