New state of the art school in Stranorlar is taking shape

New state of the art school in Stranorlar is taking shape McMenamin Engineering supplying and erecting the structural steel, The building of the new Scoil Mhuire National School in Stranorlar, which began in July last year, is continuing to progress well with the construction phase due to be completed by the end of the year or early 2022 at the latest. This is great news in a week where children started to return to their classrooms after an enforced Covid-19 break. It will also be welcomed by a community that has waited in excess of 20 years to see this new facility take shape. Work on the multi-million euro, 24 classroom primary school began on site on Monday, July 27, 2020, and is currently attracting widespread plaudits for its design and appeal. The project has an 18 month programme and will incorporate SET rooms, GP rooms and stores, teachers room, library resource room, offices and other ancillary accommodation in addition to the 24 classrooms. The new structure, which is on a 2.2 acre site, will have 3,500m sq of floor area that will cater for everything over three floors. Outside there will be three play courts, a hard surface area to the back and on the east a large grass playing field. There will also be a new road going into the building with a large turning circle. There will be ample parking space which will ensure very little interruption to the local road infrastructure. An aerial view of the new Scoil Mhuire National School at Mill Brae, Stranorlar.. It's great to be a part of this local project.

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