3 Of The 5 Cork Schools Scheduled To Undergo Structural Remediation Works Have Been Completed
The works have finished ahead of the new academic year
The Cara Junior Special Education School, the Educate Together National Schoolin Carrigaline, and St Colman's Boys National School in Macroom all underwent structural works over the past month and have been deemed safe for students and staff.
Meanwhile, fire safety work is underway at Scoil Phádraig Naofa and Gaelscoil Mhichíl Uí Choileáin, with both schools to get structural works later this year.
The 5 Cork schools are among the 22 across Ireland, built by Western Building Systems, that must undergo remediation works in the coming months following detailed investigations.
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