Finishing touches are being applied to the first stage of works for the $27.48 million redevelopment of Sorell School.
Stage 1 works at Sorell School have delivered a new administration centre, car park and main entrance to the school, as well as a Years 9-12 learning hub and a Years 3-6 learning hub.
The final elements of Stage 1, which include the fit-out of the new food building, are expected to be completed in the next couple of weeks.
Work on Stage 2 of the redevelopment has already begun and will include the demolition of old buildings and construction of a new K-2 learning hub and the new Sorell Child and Family Learning Centre to be co-located on the site.
The Child and Family Learning Centre is part of a Tasmanian Government separately funded 2018 election commitment of $28 million to deliver six new centres across the State.
The final stage of works includes refurbishment of an existing building for the new Years 7-8 learning hub and will be delivered in 2024.
All works for the redevelopment of Sorell School are expected to be completed in late 2024.
Check out this drone footage below of the Stage 1 Works!