In the last few months (the previous visit was made in November 2010) the construction works progressed considerably. Even to the untrained eye the basic structure of the building began to take shape as depicted in the technical design.

The pillars have been erected and they are reaching approximately 2 meters from the basement of the ground floor.

This base is raised from the surrounding ground level about 50cm (clearly visible from the photos). The engineer explained that his objective is to isolate the building from the summer heat, the ground humidity and to prevent flooding of the ground floor. The monsoons reach this region heavily twice per year: it is called the "rainy season (July-August and October-November) and it brings very heavy tropical downpours.

During our visit, the workers were finishing the concrete floor of the ground level.

In the north-west part of the building, the septic tanks excavation is close to completion.