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College design draws on church tradition

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Steelwork erection has been completed on the multi-million pound Trinity Catholic College project in Middlesbrough.

Working on behalf of main contractor Willmott Dixon, Hambleton Steel has fabricated and erected 490t of structural steel as well as installing lift shafts, precast stairs and metal decking.

The new college will eventually accommodate 1,200 pupils from the merged St David’s Technology College and Newlands School.

The school’s layout is inspired by a traditional church and features three teaching wings, a two-storey creative art and dance block and a sports hall. The grounds will have play areas, sports pitches, a dedicated cycle route and pedestrian footpaths.

The college is due to open in September 2011.

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