WA Government appoints architect to design new ECEC facility in Nollamara
Christou Architects have been appointed by the West Australian Government to design as two classroom early childhood education and care (ECEC) facility at Nollamara Primary School.
The final build will cater for up to 54 students, with construction set to begin early in 2021. The brief for the architect for the $2 million facility includes two early childhood classrooms, toilets, a kitchen and storage facilities.
“These new facilities at Nollamara Primary School, which originally opened in 1956, will provide young students with the best possible start to their education,” Education and Training Minister Sue Ellery said.
This investment is part of the McGowan Government’s WA Recovery Plan to modernise Western Australian public schools and is expected to support four new jobs. More than $492 million of new funding has been committed to construction projects at Western Australian public schools over the next four years.
“I am thrilled that we can invest in this growing school and I am sure the new early childhood education centre will benefit the community for years to come,” Ms Ellery said in closing.
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