Noble Central modernization proceeds to next design step

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The Noble Central School modernization project has received approval to proceed to the next design phase.

In a letter received Feb. 17, a representative of Alberta Infrastructure directs Palliser to proceed with more detailed design drawings. Once the architect’s detailed design is 60 per cent complete, the project will be sent to Palliser’s cost consultant for another estimate of costs. That report will be forwarded to Alberta Infrastructure as part of the modernization process.

The modernization will see marked improvements made to the accessibility of the building, creating a second-floor library space accessible by stairs or an elevator for students or staff with mobility issues, and a new office area on the main level with better visibility to the front door.

Noble Central School serves about 200 students from early learning through Grade 12. The modernization, announced is January 2014, will mark the first major changes to the school in about 40 years.

For information on the modernization process so far, please visit Noble Central School's modernization webpage.