Ground has been broken on six schools across Abu Dhabi as part of a $272million campaign to deliver “stimulating educational environments” to both students and teachers.
Sites in Bani Yas, Al Rahba, Al Riyadh, Al Dhaher, Al Bahia, and Shiab Al Ashkhar have been confirmed by the developer, which is working in collaboration with the Department of Education & Knowledge (ADEK) to provide the facilities.
State-held news agency Wam reports that Musanda is keen on observing eco-sustainability requirements and preserving multiple energy sources at each of the schools.
This will mean construction deploys the latest electromechanical systems, including air conditioning and firefighting systems, in line with the ADEK’s design manual and requirements, following regulations and requirements of the authorities concerned.
The report added that the construction of these projects, within the context of the Abu Dhabi Future Schools Programme, conforms with the best practices, from the design of the classrooms and multipurpose halls to the provision of an appropriate and “attractive educational environment” to cater to the needs of future generations.