The construction of the 1st floor is completed.
The construction team still preparing the formwork for the 1st floor slab. Estimate concrete pouring will be in early November.
Constructing the ground floor
Ground Beam Construction in Progress
Pile-caps and stump columns construction completed
Piling for the Kindergarten and Primary school building completed.
Casting concrete piles on site. Construction permit application commenced and ready to commence official construction work.
Prepared to apply for construction permit. Instead of merging our 3 existing land titles of the land into one, Ministry of Land Management came to re-measure the land’s boundary for a new land title. See photos.
Commenced site mobilisation. See photos.
Prepared construction contract with lawyer, PHV, and Yianko.
Negotiated on pricing and finishing materials with PHV and architect Yianko.
Performed evaluation on all submitted bids. In the end, construction company PHV was selected.
Received Bids from construction companies. 5 bids in total. Contractor selection process commenced.
Due to the size of the project, it has now been divided into 3 individual phases. The first phase will be the Kindergarten and Primary School. The second phase will be the Secondary/High School. The final phase will be the chapel and multipurpose auditorium.
Completed material selection. Bill of Quantities was produced. First estimation of the construction cost was issued.
Final version of design and drawings completed. Material selection commenced.
A topographical survey was completed by MEG Research Team.
Signed contract with Yianko and Associates to commence finalising the design and drawings.
Visited 3 construction companies and 3 architecture firms including Yianko Associates to discuss the construction cost and finalise all drawings.
Visited a Christian school sponsored by Singaporean church in Kampong Chhnang province to see their school building and to talk to the school principal.
Meeting with Kosia and missionary Mr Park to discuss applying for construction permit.
Visited the new campus of International School of Phnom Penh to learn about their building design, and started engaging with project management firm and architecture firm.
Meeting with ACH Management to discuss project cost.
Visited North Bridge International School, one of the top private international schools in Phnom Penh, to learn about their campus re-development.
Modification on the Primary building completed.
Second version of school building design completed.
Commenced the third landfill. The total landfill cost was $100,000
Completed boundary wall construction. Total cost was $10,000
Completed the first architecture drawings of the school.
Soil test on the land cost $2000