Works Going Well at Dromore Central Primary

There’s been strong progress at Dromore Central Primary School’s new school building, where Michael Nugent is providing all mechanical solutions.

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Works are progressing well at the new Dromore Central Primary School building, where we’re providing a full mechanical installation. Michael Nugent started the first mechanical fix back in June and is pleased to see the project developing quickly.

After almost 16 years in the running and three years since funding was granted, the construction of the new school has been a long time coming. But now, works are in full swing and on their way to completion.

The £11.4m project comes as part of a £173m government investment designed to upgrade school facilities and improve learning environments. Dromore Central Primary School is just one of 18 schools across Northern Ireland to benefit from the scheme.

The current school building dates back to 1938, so facilities have become dated and unsuitable for use. Lessons are delivered in 14 mobile classrooms to help accommodate the school’s 700 pupils.

While there’s been dispute that the new 20-classroom building is still too small for the school’s needs, the development will be an incredible improvement on the former facilities.

Offering spacious teaching areas, a large assembly hall and play areas, the new building will help Dromore Central Primary School create a welcoming, stimulating learning environment for their young pupils.

Michael Nugent is delighted to be involved in this important new development, which adds to our already broad portfolio of education projects.