Work on the new International Schools Group (ISG) campus in the Eastern Province of KSA is now in its final phase. Located in the up-and-coming area of Aziziyah the campus is at 88% of actual progress completed on site.
The new school campus will accommodate both American and British curricula within an interconnected series of buildings and shared facilities and will cater to a total of approximately 2500 students.
Once the site work is completed, it moves to the phase of testing and commissioning of all the mechanical, electrical and plumbing equipment (MEP) as well as outfitting the school with supplies such as desks, furniture and books.
The internal work on both schools is being fast tracked, with a key focus on the installation of the all flooring materials, acoustic ceilings, lighting fixtures, sanitary wares, escalators and completing the MEP work. In parallel to this, the finishing work and painting are also underway.
The swimming pool specialist company is preparing for the testing and commissioning of the relevant pool equipment including the pumps, filters and heat exchange system. Outside, the flooring layers are being installed for the external play court areas and the sports field area is being prepared for the shock pad layer and artificial grass which will be installed in the next three to four weeks.
“Despite the challenging year we have all gone through the school campus has remained on track and, now that it is near to completion, is set to become the premier educational facility of its type in the Eastern Province of KSA,” said Jason Burnside partner at Godwin Austen Johnson.