Bond Bryan were delighted to attend the Ground Breaking Ceremony in Birmingham yesterday, for the National College for High Speed Rail.
Transport Minister, Robert Goodwill described the college as: “a tremendous opportunity for young people, we’re going to need a lot of technical skills and this college is all about equipping our people with the skills they’ll need to build this railway, so we don’t have to bring them in from elsewhere.”
Associate Director, Fran Holloway said: “It’s really exciting for us to be working on the National College for High Speed Rail, which will support local businesses’ growth and secure jobs for future generations.”
Phase one will run between London and Birmingham, with construction proposed to start in 2017.
To watch a fly-through of the state-of-the-art college, please click here
Pictured: John Clancy, Leader BCC alongside Project Team: Willmott Dixon / Bond Bryan Architects / Fairhurst Structural & Civil Engineers / Turley BREEAM / ARES Landscape Architects / Acivico
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