CSC project on track

Life as we know it may have all but ground to a standstill but progress on the Castlemaine Secondary College (CSC) redevelopment project continues to track ahead of schedule.
The $11.75M final stages will see the completion of the extension of the school’s Performer’s Precinct and the construction of a brand new Artisans Precinct and separate
Administration building which will feature a spacious new library.
The completed Administration, Artisans, Performers and Engineers buildings will frame and interact with an internal, landscaped piazza. The north-eastern staff carpark will also be modified.
CSC principal Paul Frye said so far the coronavirus pandemic has not affected the works and they are delighted with the progress to date.
“We were having fortnightly onsite meetings and those have now moved online but fortunately work continues,” he said. See the Mail for the full story.

Lisa Dennis
Editor of the Castlemaine Mail newspaper and senior journalist on our sister paper the Midland Express. Over the last 24 years Lisa been proudly reporting news in the Mount Alexander and Macedon Ranges communities.