Timmergreens Primary classroom

The project was led by development and procurement partner, hub East Central Scotland, with Angus Council designing the buildings and Robertson Tayside leading construction. 

Robertson Specialist Divsion provided a K-Rend scraped render finish, so that the building would blend with the local environment.

Timmergreens Primary School building rear

The school caters for 220 pupils, with facilities including a games hall that is available for use by the local community.

The original structure – built in 1967 – was demolished to make way for a seven-classroom school that also includes nursery and ancillary accommodation, energy generation, a car park, play areas and external landscaping.

Timmergreens Primary play area

Pupils moved in to the new school in May 2016.

Timmergreens Primary Gruffalo bench

 

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