3 March 2021
Day One Term One: Welcoming students to high-quality teaching spaces
TSA is proud to continue our work with School Infrastructure NSW (SINSW) with the opening of many high-quality teaching spaces on Day 1 Term 1 2021. Three of the projects form part of the SINSW Design for Manufacture and Assembly (DfMA) program.
Five school projects that TSA contributed to were opened on Day 1 Term 1 2021:
Galungara Public School – a new primary school for 500 students, including 19 learning spaces, hall, library and COLA. The new school can cater for up to 1000 students in the future.
Barramurra Public School – a new primary school for up to 1000 students, including 44 learning spaces, hall, library and COLA.
Estella Public School – a new primary school for up to 480 students including 16 teaching spaces, hall, library and COLA.
Northbourne Public School – temporary school facilities ready for Day 1, ahead of a new school scheduled for completion in mid-2021, providing permanent school facilities.
St Ives High School – a new multi-use indoor sports centre including 2 new learning spaces, a fitness lab and refurbished technical and applied studies facilities.
Seeing the students arrive for their first day reinforces why we do what we do, and why the TSA team love to work on these projects. We always aim to build a positive legacy for the communities in which we work.
TSA team members: James Marsden, John Cordingley, Matt Romanous, Rain Wong, Lisa-Maree Conlon, Abbey Driessen, Rob McKnight, Dan Cini, Faiza Bhuiyan, Jaron Hoffenberg, David Browning, Rachel Gray, Rosie Pitt, Zander Cary, Emma Bunn.