The government of Marshall has recently committed to investing a whopping $1.3 billion in education capital works across the state, targeting nearly 100 schools. This marks the largest commitment to education capital investment in the history of the state. One such beneficiary of this investment is the Greenwith Primary School, located in the suburb of Greenwith.
The Greenwith Primary School is a popular educational institution with over 670 students enrolled. The school has recently embarked upon a multi-phase construction project, which includes the development of a brand new Middle School and a Performing Arts building. The project has been made possible due to the generous capital investment by the Marshall government.
In order to ensure that the construction project is executed flawlessly, the school administration approached Permax, a leading supplier of building materials, for advice and support. Permax was tasked with providing advice and supplying Nullifire SC902 to Portolesi, the contracted applicators. SC902 was chosen for its superior performance on exposed steelwork in external environments.
The use of SC902 on the steelwork will provide the necessary protection against the elements, ensuring that the construction remains strong and durable for years to come. The selection of SC902 for this project is a testament to its superior performance and effectiveness.
The investment in Greenwith Primary School is just one example of the Marshall government’s commitment to improving education across the state. The government recognizes that investing in education is essential for the growth and development of the state’s economy and society as a whole. By providing state-of-the-art facilities and resources to students, the government is setting the foundation for a brighter and more prosperous future for all South Australians.
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