A contractor has been appointed to demolish a former Aberdeen secondary school.
The flattening of Torry Academy in Aberdeen will begin soon after Crimond-based firm David Smith Contractors Ltd was awarded the £350,000 project.
The contract includes the removal of all the existing buildings, link bridges, asbestos, drainage and stairs.
Both Kincorth and Torry academies closed in July and were replaced with the £47million Lochside Academy.
The site of Torry Academy will be transformed into a £25m primary school and community centre, which will also include a housing office and cafe.
Since shutting its doors, Kincorth Academy has since been routinely targeted by vandals and firebugs.
However, it too will come down in the coming weeks after Glasgow-based firm George Beattie and Son were appointed to demolish it.