Work with Fairlie Community Garden to install a defibrillator machine, and the refurbishment of Helter Skelter on Largs seafront are among the beneficiaries of the new build of Largs Campus. 
Additional funds have poured into the local community as a result of Morrison Construction thanks to local spin offs through community funding.
Largs Golf Club, Largs Colts football club, teacher training and investment into Largs Academy also benefitted. 
A North Ayrshire Council spokesperson said: “We ensure that there are challenging community benefit clauses in all of our major capital contracts, such as the recently-opened Largs Community Campus.
“We then closely monitor the contractors’ performance to ensure these targets are met and that the wider community benefits as a result.”
Under terms of the contract, the council aimed to provide contract opportunities for local businesses (within 50 miles) and the value of this work through the Largs Campus project amounted to £31,472,000
A total of 73 new jobs were created for small to medium businesses within 50 miles, and 19 new jobs were created within Council boundary.
The council have confirmed that a total of 300 people were working on site on a daily basis over two years supporting the local Largs economy.
A £12,000 investment went directly to Largs Academy to deliver the Design, Engineer, Construct qualification at National 4 and Higher level. 
This allows teachers to undertake training and the school to be given the appropriate software to design and use laser measuring equipment.
They have also assisted the school to create a 'sustainability council', to which they are providing ongoing support and advice.
Additional funds from contractors Morrison's Construction went to 13 new apprentice/trainees created through this project, as well as ongoing support to existing apprentices.
Three graduates were also recruited.
The community funding also went towards work placement (14-19 years) for 25 young people who completed 125 days, site visits by schools – six visits by 66 pupils, and site visits by colleges – three visits by 32 students
Other projects which benefitted included problem solving workshops for P7 and S1 pupils, sponsorship of a hole at Largs Golf Club and donation of a flag pole, and work with Fairlie Community Garden to install a defibrillator machine.
There was also sponsorship of a new kit for Largs Colts, and assistance with careers advice events.