Phase one of Graceland International School saw the delivery of building materials, such as stone, sand and wood for the scaffolding. These items were delivered by truck and unusually, for us in the west, by camels. Once these materials were on site and laborers hired, the work of marking out the footprint of the first building was undertaken. The school committee has purchased their own concrete-block making machine. They made and stockpiled blocks in readiness for the building. Once the trenches for the foundations were dug and the foundations completed, the work of erecting the walls started.
Before long the walls were up. All was soon ready to begin the second floor.
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