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The Uwc Dilijan Project - My Golf Buggy

Monday, 7th July 2014 is proud to be supplying six brand new electric buggies to UWC Dilijan. This new international school in Armenia will accommodate up to 650 students and will be opening its gates for the first time in September 2014. Working alongside the school's architect, Tim Flynn Architects (TFA) of London, will be sending two company representatives out to Dilijan to commission the six zero-emissions vehicles that will supply the school.

Located in grounds extended over approximately 88 hectares of spectacular sloping and wooded countryside, the campus comprises the main school and academic buildings, a theatre and performing arts centre, gymnasium, swimming pool and playing fields as well as a residential village containing five boarding houses and staff and guest accommodation. The golf buggies will be essential to assisting with the transportation needs of guests, teachers, students and maintenance staff throughout this extensive school vicinity.

"The concept for the school is to create a development that responds to and respects the beautiful natural landscape surrounding it," says Tim Flynn. "We have utilised existing springs and rainfall and look to put back wherever possible the native vegetation of Armenia. The school has been designed to incorporate local materials and construction technology to reflect the Armenian culture. By using's zero-emissions vehicles we are able to continue our strong focus on sustainability and the school's green credentials."

About UWC Dilijan

For 45 years, UWC (United World Colleges) has been delivering to young people of all backgrounds an experience that at its heart, uses education as a force to unite people and cultures for peace and a sustainable future.

The Dilijan international school was granted UWC status at UWC's Board of Directors meeting in October 2013. By becoming a full member of UWC, the UWC Dilijan is now able to reach out to students from all countries and backgrounds. It offers an exciting opportunity for growth of the UWC movement in the Caucasus region at the junction of Asia and Europe.

My Golf Buggy Vehicles

My golf buggy will be providing six brand new electric vehicles for UWC Dilijan, including two Shuttle 6's, two Shuttle 2 Flatbeds and two Cushman Hauler 800s.

Shuttle 6

The brand new shuttle 6 buggy provides an excellent facility for transporting people around various environments including holiday resorts, sports facilities, educational facilities and accommodation. The Dilijan Campus consists of three of the mentioned environments and is an excellent example of the shuttle 6 being used in its intended setting. With its rear facing 'flip-flop seats' the buggy can be used to transport five passengers, or three passengers along with luggage on the rear flat bed. We are confident that the Shuttle 6 will be ideal vehicles for purpose.

Shuttle 2 Flatbed

The brand new Shuttle 2 Flatbed buggies will be used for transporting goods around the educational and sports facilities; with strong stable flatbeds they are ideal for transporting books, resources, sports equipment and other loose or boxed items.

Cushman Hauler 800E

The Brand new Cushman Hauler is a robust vehicle ideal for green keepers, and green keeping materials and equipment, with a carrying capacity of 500kg. This vehicle is an excellent work-horse. The hauler is versatile and can be used for general maintenance of the grounds and facilities.

All vehicles are 48v Zero-Emissions vehicles, and will make an excellent addition to the eco-friendly campus at UWC Dilijan, arriving in August ready for the college opening in September 2014.

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All vehicles lined up ready for transportation, awaiting the long trip to Armenia.

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