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( 02.10.2003 15:59 )
With the completion of the ¡§School-in-the-Sky¡¨, the only remaining unbuilt area of the Site was a small piece of land in the southeast corner.
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( 02.10.2003 15:59 )
Back in 1994/95 when the small team of John Crawford, Li Ho-Kin and Neil Johnston were working on the initial design concepts for the campus, a key decision was taken to reinforce the foundation piling at the upper level of the site to enable construction of a building up to 6 floors.
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( 02.10.2003 15:58 )
Phase I proved to be tremendously popular for all concerned and CDNIS continued with its growth.
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( 02.10.2003 15:55 )
5.4.1 Foundation

The Site is on a slope. This imposed technical challenges and additional costs for the foundation works. Gammon construction (¡§Gammon¡¨) began the Foundation work in January 1996 and completed it in late July 1996.
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( 02.10.2003 15:53 )
In the summer of 1993, it was considered necessary and appropriate to seek help from professional architects with the necessary skills, experience and commitment for the project.
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( 02.10.2003 15:52 )
There were original conditions attached to the proposed grant for the Site, which imposed problems for CDNIS.
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( 02.10.2003 15:52 )
In the early part of 1993, the Premises Committee, headed by John Crawford, started to search for a suitable site to build a campus for CDNIS.
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( 02.10.2003 15:50 )
In February 1998, the government demanded the return of the two bridging premises to be vacated no later than October 1998 for other school tenants.
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( 02.10.2003 15:49 )
This building had previously been used by Chinese International School and then by Hong Kong International School (¡§HKIS¡¨) before CDNIS took possession in July 1995.
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( 02.10.2003 15:49 )
This was previously occupied by South Island School and upon its vacating the campus, CDNIS took possession of it on August 10, 1994 for occupation by Grades 4 to 8 classes.
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