Established in 1956, Kurri Kurri High School’s main hall required a much needed facelift and Kingston Building are proud to have been able to revitalise the space.
Whilst maintaining the history of the external façade, the interior of the building was completely remodelled to include a dance studio, music class rooms, private practice rooms and a performance stage. With state of the art features, high tech AV systems and extensive acoustic treatments, the new facility provides students and teachers with a modern fit out, whilst paying homage to the existing building features such as the sprung hardwood floor.
Congratulations to the dedicated project team of David Stuart, Nathan Hornby and Nicholas Bright on a great result.
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