Wick High School, Wick

Location: Wick, Caithness, Duration: 2 weeks


Originally built in 1910, Wick High School had various alterations to the building in 1937, 1963 and 1970. Wick High School is a comprehensive secondary and caters for more than 650 pupils from the east of Caithness. After 107 years, the Wick Community Campus would facilitate the new Wick High School building, and a couple primary school as part of Scotland’s ‘Schools for the Future’ Programme, receiving more than £17 million from the Scottish Government. The project at Wick Community Campus centred around creating a future-proof and innovative learning environment for pupils of all ages to learn in for many years to come.


OrcaSpaces won the contract of working alongside main contractor Morrison Construction. They asked us to assist in the changing room refurbishment and replacing of the cubicle systems which weren’t as they expected.

Even with a huge distance to travel this was no problem for Orcaspaces. Our client gave us a very tight window in which to replace all the cubicles and the team arrived on-time, adhered to site rules and completed the job within timescale without any issue. Fantastic high quality product fitted beautifully and transformed the area. Our client is very happy.


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