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Projects

Mitcham Girls High School

  • Project Value: $5m
  • Project Team: Centina | Architect: DAS Studio

We are delivering new permanent modular building upgrades to Mitcham Girls High School to meet the school’s growing needs.

Initial concept plans for the capital works have been released:

  • A new modular building encompassing eight general learning areas, two multi-purpose spaces including a fitness centre, a small reception area, change room facility, student and access toilets, and external decking.
  • Refurbishment of an existing building to create a dance studio.
  • Relocation of the maintenance shed.

Modular Facilities

Our modulars are constructed by highly skilled builders in a controlled factory environment off site. Once complete, they are delivered to schools on the back of a truck and assembled onsite. This process can cut out up to half the time required for a traditional build, giving our clients the ability to deliver an exceptional quality architectural build in record timing.

The buildings are sustainable and innovatively designed, with a comparable lifespan to bricks and ​mortar structures. When working in a school environment, we are sensitive to the needs of that community. We are adept at managing projects to reduce disruption to students, staff, and teaching programs.

This project is part of the South Australian Department for Education’s capital works redevelopment program. More information about the program is available on the South Australian Department for Education Major school upgrades page.