We currently have a number of key Education projects in Wales, here’s a short update on their progress:
Ysgol Bae Baglan Topping Out Ceremony
Stride Treglown’s £35m all-through school, delivered in partnership with Bouygues for Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council in on Swansea coast has just had its topping out ceremony.
Ysgol Bae Baglan CGI
This landmark education facility has key significance for the client and the local community as it accommodates 1200 pupils from nursery age through to age 16 on one site in a single facility. The scheme replaces three long-established comprehensive schools and brings them together with children from Traethmelyn Primary.
Ysgol Bae Baglan Current Progress
There is a fully inclusive provision for 100 pupils with additional learning needs. The scheme will complete this year for the September term and is one of our flagship education projects.
Ysgol Bro Gwaun Planning Submission
We have just submitted the planning application for Pembrokeshire County Council’s new £10.9m comprehensive school in Fishguard. This represents a major investment for the school and for the local area and is a central part of Pembrokeshire Council’s county-wide secondary and 6th form reorganisation strategy. The project will start on site this summer.
Ysgol Bro Gwaun CGI
Stride Treglown have been working closely with Pembrokeshire Council, a new client for us, over the last 12 months, to explore design options for this school and others in the area in collaboration with Pembroke College.
Pentrehafod Comprehensive School Project Begins
Pentrehafod Comprehensive CGI
Design work is about to begin on the remodelling of Pentrehafod Comprehensive school in Swansea. This project is a continuation of our fruitful and long-lived relationship with City and County of Swansea, having delivered a number of major education projects with them over the last 10 years.
Contractor Morgan Sindall have just been appointed to take the design forwards to construction, with Stride Treglown novated to complete their design and technical delivery work over the next 18 months.