Plans for Bomaderry High School Upgrade take shape

ARM is currently working with School Infrastructure New South Wales (SINSW) on plans to upgrade a public high school in Bomaderry, a town in the Shoalhaven local government area, south of Sydney. SINSW has just released ARM’s updated renders of the project, which includes new classrooms and administration, upgraded bathroom facilities, accessibility improvements, and renovated music rooms and art studios.

The project also includes a new building which is set to house updated administration facilities and technological and applied studies classrooms.

The upgrades for Bomaderry High School come as part of the NSW Government’s $8.8 billion plan to renew, expand and renovate multiple public schools across the state.

“This project will make such a huge difference to the learning and teaching experience of students and staff, who have been looking forward to these changes for a very long time,” said state member for South Coast, Liza Butler.

A construction contract is expected to be awarded in late 2024.

Read more via the SINSW news centre.