Changes to expansive project to build new Campos school in Spain's Mallorca

Simulated image of the new school in Campos. CREDIT: CAIB.

NEW information has been released on the proposal to build a new school in Campos in Spain’s Mallorca that will have a total investment of €4.6 million.
Martí March, the Minister of Education, Universities and Research said that changes will be made to the initial proposal which will now have three floors consisting of 6 classrooms for primary children and 12 for secondary education, accommodating 450 students.
The architect responsible for the project, Ivan de la Fuente, explained during a meeting with representatives of Campos Council that there will be some complexity in its build as site contains historical monuments that must be respected. This includes a centuries old house and a mill.
The Ministry also detailed that other elements will be incorporated into the project, including a gym and an expansion of its courtyards.

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