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Work starts on Forth Valley’s new campus

Work starts on Forth Valley’s new campus

13 Nov 2017

Work has officially begun on Forth Valley College’s new £78 million Falkirk Campus. Shirley-Anne Somerville, Minister for Further Education, Higher Education and Science, cut the first section of turf using a digger at the site on Friday.

The new campus, scheduled for completion in November 2019, will become the college’s headquarters. With a focus on science and technology, engineering, sport and healthcare, the campus completes the college’s estates programme which saw their £21 million Alloa Campus opened in 2011 and their £29 million Stirling Campus opened a year later.

SFC is investing £65 million in the construction of the new campus.

Shirley-Anne Somerville, said: “It’s great to see work now underway at the Falkirk Campus. Once complete, these cutting-edge facilities will be a fantastic addition to the Forth Valley College estate.”