The renovation of the catering area at the Camille Guérin College in Saint-Méen-le-Grand has been completed. A one-year work was required to expand the college’s kitchens and catering area at a total cost of €2.2 million, including €1.848 million funded by the Ille-et-Vilaine division.
A dining area more suitable for 430 middle school students
The work made it possible to expand and reorganize the spaces of the half-board: kitchen, preserves, vegetable room, self-catering, dining room, etc. The dining room now has 4 places to accommodate students with special needs. The ground floor of the building in which the boarding school is located has been restructured with the creation of a foyer and classroom. Work began in October 2020 and was completed in early 2022.
- labor cost : 2.2 million euros
- Finance : 1.848 million euros from the Ministry of Ile-e-Villain and 352 thousand euros from the state
The Ille-et-Vilaine department invests in colleges
Preparing for the future of young people and contributing to their academic and personal success is a priority of the department responsible for building, renovating and maintaining public colleges through a multi-year investment program. In 2022, a budget of 37.35 million euros was allocated for these investments. The work of the Camille Guérin High School in Saint-Méen-le-Grand is part of this ambitious plan to restructure, renovate and build the secondary schools of Ille-et-Vilaine, in order to allow the reception and school comfort for all students of the College.
Visualize on the map the construction sites of the faculties of the department
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