Light at the end of the tunnel for SMK Tudan Miri construction

##ends//pics P1-Deputy Minister of Education Teo Nie Ching is speaking to reporters at visiting the site.

By Brad Rantayy

MIRI, Jan 14: Despite delays, SMK Tudan Miri may soon be completed, with school buildings approximately 92.8 per cent finished.

Deputy Minister of Education Teo Nie Ching revealed this on Tuesday afternoon, after visiting the site in Tudan.

SMK Tudan Miri is being constructed on 14.2 hectare land, which included a football field, two sports courts, multipurpose hall, a canteen and a surau.

The RM48 million project consists of 36 classrooms.

Construction commenced on March 2, 2016 and was supposed to be completed in July 18, 2018.

Due to some delays in the construction process, the project was not able to be completed on time.

“Once the construction is complete, the contractor ill submit the Certificate of Completion and Compliance (CCC) to the Local Government before we can approve the school to operates,” she said.

Once competed, the school could accommodate nearly 1,000 students. —DayakDaily

Teo (right) inspecting the school.