Anderson High School in Shetland Officially Opened

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The education secretary has officially opened Anderson High School in Lerwick, Shetland, Scotland, UK.

The project was conceptualized by Ryder Architecture, an international design firm, as a component of the Scottish Schools for the Future Programme in collaboration with Hub North Scotland. Morrison Construction was selected as the primary contractor for this endeavor. Other projects within this portfolio encompass Campbeltown Grammar, Kirn Primary School, and Wick Community Campus. 

This undertaking encompasses the creation of a secondary school catering to 1,180 students, with a contract value of GBP42 million (US$51 million) under a Design, Build, Finance, and Maintain (DBFM) agreement. Additionally, new residential halls with a contract value of GBP13 million (US$16 million) will be constructed as part of this initiative. Hub North Scotland Ltd. will oversee the project's delivery. Notably, this new school will hold the distinction of being the United Kingdom's most remote and northernmost six-year secondary school.

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