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(UK) Surrey: Autism school expands for 270 students; cost: $10.7M

Sept 22, 2022, Construction Index: Morgan Sindall breaks ground on £10m Woking school build

SE England

Freemantles School is being rebuilt to provide new, expanded facilities to accommodate up to 270 pupils with special educational needs (SEN) and autism spectrum disorders.
Surrey County Council (SCC) awarded Morgan Sindall Construction a £9.5m [$10.7M] contract earlier this year through the Southern Construction Framework (SCF).

When complete, the two-storey facility will enable Freemantles School to have a separate secondary and further education building. It will allow the school to continue with their expansion to 270 places with two forms of entry for students aged 4-19 years old….

Freemantles headteacher Justin Price said: “We are exceptionally excited to see this phase of the project getting underway. The school has been expanding for a number of years and the new facilities that this fabulous new building will offer will ensure that we can continue to provide an excellent specialist educational offer to more children and young people into the future.”

Design by Bond Bryan Architects with Campbell Reith Consulting Engineers


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