BENDIGO TAFE's revitalisation project is moving ahead of schedule amid the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Construction in the $60 million project started in February this year and is due to be completed in mid-2021.
Building C, or the former Ted Thompson building, was demolished this week ahead of the original planned timeframe of November.
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The new-look campus will include an Indigenous education centre, bakery, and rehabilitation gym. The revitalisation project will also mean the Bendigo Technical Education Campus will move on site.
More development will begin at the campus later in the year when the Bendigo Law Courts project starts.
The long-awaited building will house the Magistrates' Court and the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal, as well as the County Court, Supreme Court, and Federal Circuit Court when sitting in Bendigo.
The new building will be constructed at the corner of Hargreaves and Mundy streets, where part of the TAFE campus currently lies.
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