Major project gets underway

Work got underway this week on the Castlemaine Steiner School’s highly anticipated $1.28 million Science and Technology Lab.
Members of the school community gathered on the site on Friday to turn the first sod on the project which has been made possible
thanks to a capital grant from the Federal Government.
Castlemaine Steiner School administration and marketing officer Rachael Pearce said they we are excited to expand their buildings to include the dedicated Science and Technology Lab for senior students.
The space will include state-of-the-art science, technology and computer studies facilities, universal access toilets and a ‘hang out’ area Class 7 and 8 students. The building has been designed by Life Design Architecture and the tender for construction has been awarded to Searle Brothers Builders. See the Mail for more.