Phase 1: Foundation, Steel Structure, & Roof
Jun 2011: Materials ordered & delivered to site.
Feb 2012: Construction begins but encountered problems with installation of helical piers
Mar 2012: Change in plan for half of foundation, using concrete piers at columns, will use helical piers at floor support
Jun 2012: Foundation installed
Dec 2012: Building to be errected
Jan 2012: Roofing to be installed
|Project Management & Travel:||$28.194.00|
|Taxes & Site Security:||$5,128.00|
|Total Phase 1:||$173,009.00|
* Foundation requires specific technology known as helical piers to accommodate local soil conditions.
**Steelworks to be manufactured and shipped from Uganda. No supplier available in Southern Sudan.
Phase 2: Floors & Walls
Nov 2013: Excavation for Latrines / begin walls
April 2014: Finish walls and latrines – school structure complete and weather tight
May 2014: Interior fittings and furniture installed. Solar lighting and computer lab installed
June 2014: School completed
TOTAL LABOR & SERVICES:$195,009.00*
|Phase 2 Budget|
|Doors & Windows||$15,000.00|
|Project Management & Travel||$20,000.00|
|Shipping & Misc.||$10,000.00|
|Total Phase 2:||$152,000.00|
|TOTAL MATERIAL COST:||$130,000.00|
|TOTAL PROJECT ESTIMATE:||$325,009.00|
* US standard for labor and services is estimated at 55% of the total project cost. Our project is 60% due to the increase cost of shipping and travel.
** Building Season is South Sudan is only 4 months due to the 8 month rainy season which makes it impossible to ship supplies on the washed out roads.
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