Delivering New Facilities For Students In Melbourne’s East
Students in Bayswater are one step closer to having the facilities they deserve with a $1.39 million investment to deliver brand new, architecturally designed classrooms thanks to Andrews Labor Government.
Minister for Education James Merlino and Member for Bayswater Jackson Taylor today visited Bayswater Primary School to announce the investment which will provide a permanent modular building as part of the 2019-20 Victorian Budget.
The building project at Bayswater Primary is estimated to take approximately 38 weeks from commencement to completion and will replace an old building at the school which will be demolished.
Traditional construction methods would see the build time take anywhere from 12-18 months. Modular buildings are constructed off-site and delivered to the school, reducing the disruption to the school and on-site safety risks.
The $1.39 million for Bayswater Primary School is part of a record $1.82 billion investment into Victoria’s education infrastructure in this year’s Victorian Budget – delivering on the Labor Government’s promise to make Victoria the Education State.
Quotes attributable to Minister for Education James Merlino
“I’m pleased we are able to provide these great new learning spaces for the students at Bayswater Primary School which will support them to get a first-class education.”
“Every student deserves access to modern school facilities and that’s what we will deliver for the Bayswater Primary School community.”
Quote attributable to Member for Bayswater Jackson Taylor
“Bayswater Primary School are a great school community with dedicated staff, and we want to provide them and their students with a modern environment where they can thrive.”