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Wicklow Town Community College

CASE STUDY

Wicklow Town Community College was created from the amalgamation of Abbey Vocational School and De La Salle Secondary School and now accommodates 1,000 students.

Construction of a part single/two storey post primary school with a three storey element at the northern part of the site, used for educational purposes accommodating 1,000 pupils, comprising 25 classrooms, 38 specialist classrooms (including woodwork, metalwork, engineering, arts & crafts, computer, music and domestic science), special needs unit, library, staff/administration areas, sports hall, store areas, toilets and ancillary areas.

Building height ranges from c 3.8m at the southern end of the site to c13.365m at the northern end. Provision of playing field, 6 hard surface playing areas, general playing areas, 2 vehicular accesses and pedestrian accesses, 75 car parking spaces, cycling parking areas, bus and car sit down areas and 2 flagpoles. All landscaping and site boundary treatments. All ancillary site development works and one substation. Total gross floor area is 10,410m².