New teaching centre at Norton Radstock College
Students starting at Norton Radstock College next week will be using a multi-million pound new building.
The North Side Building has been knocked down and replaced by a £2 million teaching centre.
Vice-principal Peter Hodgson said: "It is fascinating looking at the images taken over the last year to see how this building has come together.
"The new two-storey structure will feature state-of-the- art teaching and learning spaces as well as student social facilities, which means it will benefit all those who come here to study.
"We were fortunate to secure funding which means that rather than refurbish the existing building, which dates to the 1950s, it could be demolished and a brand-new purpose-built facility ready for the 21st century can be created which will provide fantastic facilities for all our students."
The 26,167 sq ft building on the Radstock campus will house engineering and motor vehicle courses, general teaching spaces, student social space and a café.
It will also accommodate the Green Skills Academy – a series of courses providing training in renewable technologies and energy efficiency in buildings.
The building will be officially opened later this year.