The project has anoverallperformance period of three hundred days, but the agreement allows for an extension of up to thirty days. Theproject’s guidelines and objectives are in the contract signed between ourselves, the Iraqi government, and therelevantfund’sdonorfor this project. The contract outlines the hierarchicalsystemof reporting projectprogressfrom the relevant Iraqi Ministry to the donor group. The projectcontractalso allows for continuous monitoring of project progress by the other partners, whenever there is a need. The Chief Engineer of the Dahukregionprovided the architectural designs of the project.The scope of work for the project’s classroom construction begins withclearingand marking the site. The school is to be constructed on an unoccupied lot, donated by the Dahuk Governorate. The areawas previously usedfor agricultural purposes thus willrequiredigging up and removal of plants, excavation of buried non-organic materials, which may have an adverse effect on the building. In addition, there is a need to remove the upper unsuitable soilprimarilymade of sandy and loamy soils, before lastly. trenchingis donetomarktheschoolboundaries. The removal of unsuitable soil followed thecompilationof soil test results, which showed thatappropriatesoil was at a depth of two meters. Diggingwas doneto the stated point. Moreover, findings from the Global Resources Network (GRN) show that the area’s underground water rose too high heights. it is paramount toconstructa filter layer to redirect water flow from the project area. Upon completion of site preparation, construction of classrooms, asupplementarybuilding, and a generator housingroombegin. Firstly. classroomconstructiontakes center stage as it is the most critical part of the project. Ground slabs, reinforced by steel,are usedinfloorconstructionwhere trenchesare dugaround the proposed classroomperimeterbefore cagesare laidin for reinforcement.