Community Nursery School for 60 children

by Asociacion Civil Ingenieria sin Fronteras Argentina
Community Nursery School for 60 children
Community Nursery School for 60 children
Community Nursery School for 60 children
Community Nursery School for 60 children
Community Nursery School for 60 children
Community Nursery School for 60 children
Community Nursery School for 60 children
Community Nursery School for 60 children
Community Nursery School for 60 children
Community Nursery School for 60 children
Community Nursery School for 60 children
Community Nursery School for 60 children
Community Nursery School for 60 children
Community Nursery School for 60 children

Hello dear friends! We hope you started this new year 2022 with a lot of energy and positivity. We did so, and we are really happy to share with you the progress of this incredible project.

80 (eighty!!!) work sessions have been completed by neighbors and volunteers working 8-hours days to complete the project with an average participation of 14 individuals per session.

The main structure is fully covered with structural wood  panels and a rain barrier while we look forward to adding insulation and the exterior finishes.

Tasks completed:

- Enclosure of the building with structural wood panels.

- Rain and wind protection was added to the outside of the building.

- Metal roof of the building completed.

Tasks underway:

We are currently mainly working on finishing all concrete related tasks pending on the project. This includes: the concrete pouring for various foundations, slabs for outdoor corridors, the concrete cover on top of the metal roof and the floor finishes for most of the exterior spaces.

Next tasks:

- Completion of the hallway's roof structures.

- Installation of the external and internal insulation of the building for a comfortable and low  maintenance building.

- Complete electrical wiring of the building.

- Installation of a +600lts rainwater harvesting system.

 

Thank you very much and please continue to support this nursery school, to give more children the possibility of a better future!

Engineering Without Borders Argentina.

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The metal structure of the building is complete! And now we are assembling the enclosure around it! 

A total of 65 work sessions have been completed by a combination of neighbors, work cooperatives and volunteers from different parts of Argentina during the last 5 months.

Tasks completed:

-Concrete foundations for the main building.

-Fabrication and assembly of the metal structure of the main building.

-Training course for neighbors in steel frame technology.

Next steps:

-We are working on completing the enclosure of the building with a combination of structural, insulating and finishing material that will ensure an aesthetic, low maintenance and highly insulated building for the kindergarten.

-The following milestone will be doing the concrete roof of the structure, which will allow the construction of a second floor by Los Amigos in the future.

-In parallel we will be working on completing the columns and beams for the hallways connecting the existing and new building.

Please keep supporting this amazing project!

THANK YOU!

Engineering Without Borders Argentina.

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We started the construction of the Kindergarten!
31 sessions have been already held in the Jardin de la Montaña!!! They were carried out with the neighbors in the course of 13 work weeks.

The following general tasks have been completed:

- Renovation of the kitchen;

- Demolition and construction of a new bathroom module;

- Earth movements for the new construction of the new building.

Next steps
The next step is to make the concrete foundations. Once completed, the metal panels that will make up the walls of this new structure will be individually manufactured by the neighbors through practical training in dry construction (STEEL FRAMING). Estimated time: 4 weeks

Subsequently, the individual panels will be placed, linking and stiffening them on the concrete foundations in order to assemble the entire resistant structure that will make up the building. Estimated time: 2 weeks

By having all the reinforced metal structure braced and linked to the foundations, the ceiling beams made in the same technology will be installed. Formwork and concrete pouring tasks will follow to make the roof of the building. Estimated time: 2 weeks.

Thanks a lot for your support and please keep on supporting our project.

Engineering Without Borders Argentina.

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Asociacion Civil Ingenieria sin Fronteras Argentina

Location: Ciudad Autonoma de Buenos Aires - Argentina
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Twitter: @IngSinFronteras
Project Leader:
Adan Javier Levy
Ciudad Autonoma de Buenos Aires, Argentina
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