The £32M educational facility is being delivered by Hub South East in partnership with Scottish Borders Council, with BAM Construction appointed as main contractor and Hescott Engineering as steelwork contractor.
Jedburgh Intergenerational Community Campus will replace all three schools in the town, with provision for nursery, primary and secondary school children alongside further education.
Community facilities will include a multi-use games area, 2G hockey pitch, 3G sports pitch, 100m running track, external changing pavilion and rural skills area.
Scott Brown, Hub South East’s Projects Director, said: “Reaching financial close is the latest significant milestone in making the new Jedburgh Campus a reality, so we’re delighted this has been achieved.
The fact that discussions began from a standing start only 18 months ago is demonstrable evidence of what can be achieved when the true partnership working ethos of the Hub initiative is embraced.”