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Morgan Sindall appointed to £16.7 million Bottisham Village College scheme

Morgan Sindall Construction & Infrastructure has been appointed to deliver a significant upgrade to the teaching and sports facilities at Bottisham Village College in Cambridge.

The £16.7 million project for Cambridgeshire County Council and Anglian Learning Trust will involve a major expansion to the college’s current facilities, including a brand new teaching block which will feature 22 new classrooms, an auditorium, reception and dining area.

In order to increase the college’s student capacity, Morgan Sindall will also remodel the original building. The team will widen the current corridors and expand the college’s car parking facilities and bus bays.

A Cambridgeshire County Council spokesperson said: “We are delighted to be working in partnership with the Anglian Learning Trust and Morgan Sindall to deliver these much needed facilities at Bottisham Village College.”

Bob Ensch, area director at Morgan Sindall, said: “We are delighted to be delivering this significant expansion to Bottisham Village College, which will transform the college’s teaching and sports facilities.

“Bottisham Village College plays a major role within the local community and we hope this project will prove to be a great addition to the area. The new teaching block and sport facility will enable students, teachers and our community to enjoy working in first-class surroundings for years to come.”

Saul Humphrey, managing director of Morgan Sindall’s East Anglia office, said: “Morgan Sindall is well versed in delivering education projects and we look forward to working closely with the council and Anglian Learning Trust to deliver this exciting new scheme.

“Once complete, this expansion will remodel Bottisham Village College into an innovative education centre, which both teachers and students can benefit from.”

Morgan Sindall is currently on-site at significant schemes across Cambridgeshire, including a £37.5 million education and leisure centre complex in Littleport, Cambridgeshire. The project for Cambridgeshire County Council and The Active Learning Trust, which provides leadership and support for schools through academy sponsorship, includes the construction of an early years building, a three-storey secondary school, a special school, and a community leisure facility.

The business is also delivering a new £45 million Science Centre for Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge. The world-class centre will enable more science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) students to benefit from state-of-the-art facilities.

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