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DEVELOPMENTAL PROJECTS

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UPCOMING PROPOSED PROJECTS

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PROJECT SUMMARY

PROPOSED PROJECTS

ODADEE GYM
PROJECT SPONSORS

1991 Year Group

BUDGET

Estimated cost of  GH Ȼ795,000.00

PROJECT NARRATIVE 

As Ɔdadeɛ tradition demands this project was undertaken by 1991 year group to celebrate their 25th Anniversary. Project rationale is to have a first class fitness facility for students, staff and Ɔdadeɛs in the surrounding neighbourhoods. Keeping healthy, sound mind in  a sound body is the goal here.

PROJECT FEATURES

This ongoing project features a workout Area, Snack Bar, Showers / WCs, Admin Office, Lobby and store. Modern Gym and Fitness equipment will be installed.

ONGOING PROJECTS

E-LIBRARY
PROJECT SPONSORS

1993 Year Group

BUDGET

Estimated cost of GHȻ11,775.00

PROJECT RATIONALE 

Existing library with a capacity for 100 students is inadequate in the face of the present. 3000 student population.

With the completion of the new assembly hall funded by the GETFUND, the old assembly hall presents an opportunity to actualize the goal of having a well-equipped resourced library facility by converting old assembly hall into new library. Preliminary concept drawings and structural integrity tests completed.

APEADU HOUSE 
PROJECT SPONSORS

Ɔdadeɛ Francis Biney (1990)

BUDGET

Estimated cost of  GH Ȼ795,000.00

PROJECT NARRATIVE 

This project is currently under construction in the school. It is single handled sponsored by Ɔdadeɛ Francis Biney (1990), CEO of Imperial Homes. This is a 140 bed hostel and to be named Apeadu House in memory of the indefatigable former headmaster E. A. Apeadu.

PROJECT FEATURES

Designed by architect Odadee Selorm Kwame Dewotor of 2006 year group, the project entails Dormitories, Chop Box Room, Kitchenette & 26 seater Dining, Common Room (TV,Games etc), Entrance Lobby Drop-off, Visitors or Parents Parking, Visitors Garden, 28 seater Study, 20 WCs, 22 Shower cubicles, 12 Urinal bowls and 14 Hand wash Basins. Other ancillary rooms are Tools Storage Power Room, Washing bay/Laundry Area Drying Line Area, Refuse Area, Courtyard (Assembly & Meeting Area).

COMPLETED PROJECTS

VISUAL ARTS CENTER
PROJECT SPONSORS

1977 Year Group

BUDGET

Estimated cost of  GHȻ15,000.00

PROJECT NARRATIVE 

On the occasion of its 40th anniversary celebration, 1977 year group embarked on this project as its contribution to the teaching of Visual Arts in PRESEC.

PROJECT FEATURES

The project consist of two large rooms, ancilliary rooms and offices. All the rooms equipped with appropriate furniture. Computers, printer and other visual art equipment are also available.

RENOVATION OF RIIS HOUSE  
PROJECT SPONSORS

1984 Year Group

BUDGET

Estimated cost of  GH Ȼ32,500.00

PROJECT NARRATIVE 

Project allocated to 1984 Year Group by Alumni Projects Office in line with maintenance of existing infrastructure by various year groups.

PROJECT FEATURES

The renovation works included floor screeding, change of bathroom WCs, sinks, tiling, electrical fittings, doors, locks, mosquito netting and painting.

SCHOOL LIGHTING PROJECT
PROJECT SPONSORS

1992 Year Group

BUDGET

Estimated cost of  GH Ȼ206,000.00

PROJECT NARRATIVE 

A well-lit campus is a guarantee for safety at night. This was the driving consideration and motivation thtat made 1992 Year Group embark on this project.

PROJECT FEATURES

100 poles and lights fixed.

 SCHOOL CLINIC 
PROJECT SPONSORS

1991 Year Group

BUDGET

Estimated cost of  GH Ȼ75,000.00

PROJECT NARRATIVE 

Accidents and medical emergencies are inevitable and when they do occur, it is imperative for a well-equipped facility to be in place to handle such emergencies. It is in this light that 1995 Year Group undertook a renovation and conversion of the Sick Bay into a Clinic.

PROJECT FEATURES

The renovation entailed the painting and decoration of the facility, provision of new beds and stocking of essential drugs and medications.

BASKETBALL PITCH
PROJECT SPONSORS

1979 Year Group

BUDGET

Estimated cost of  GH Ȼ102,000.00

PROJECT NARRATIVE 

Sports in PRESEC has traditionally been Soccer, Athletics and Hockey. The provision of a basketball pitch was to bring diversity in sports and also to unearth lesser known sporting talents.

PROJECT FEATURES

This is an internationally  standard sized basketball pitch.

FURNISHING OF ALUMNI & MENTORSHIP CENTER
PROJECT SPONSORS

1990 Year Group

BUDGET

Estimated cost of  $300,000.00

PROJECT NARRATIVE 

Though ‘commissioned’ in 2015, 2017 saw the addition of amenities and furnishing that was needed to make project complete and operational. These are provision of bathrooms furniture/ office equipment, window blinds and landscaping.

COMPUTER LABORATORY
PROJECT SPONSORS

1986 Year Group

BUDGET

Estimated cost of GH Ȼ86,000.00

PROJECT NARRATIVE 

The existing 45 sitter capacity computer laboratory facility which is the 1986 Year Group’s project for school was handed over to the School authorities on the 72nd Speech and Prize Giving Day on the 14th May 2011. In line with good maintenance practice, the 1986 year group’s intent is to revamp the facility to meet current standards. This is in line with the commitment as a year group to revisit the facility and assess its relevance and currency within five years.

PROJECT FEATURES

The current refurbishment project involves building/structural renovation, upgrade of IT facilities / equipment to meet current standards and expansion of the user capacity from 45 seater to 54 seater furniture had to be redone to meet more robust and mass use requirements.

RENOVATION OF CLERK HOUSE
PROJECT SPONSORS

1980 Year Group

BUDGET

Estimated cost of GH Ȼ72,000.00

PROJECT NARRATIVE 

Project allocated to 1980 year group by Alumni Projects Office in line with maintenance of existing infrastructure by various groups.

PROJECT FEATURES
  • Replacement of ceiling
  • Replacement of Electrical wiring
  • Provision of ceiling fans
  • Replacement of canopies in front of bathroom & dorm E
  • Replacement of mosquito nets
  • Replacement of all doors
  • Repainting of entire house
  • Masonry work of fascia and bathroom areas.
RENOVATION OF CLASSROOM BLOCK B
PROJECT SPONSORS

1999 Year Group

BUDGET

Estimated cost of GH Ȼ60,000.00

PROJECT NARRATIVE 

1999 Year group answered the clarion call to give back to PRESEC decided to fix the classroom Block B which was in a state of disrepair.

PROJECT FEATURES

Details of the renovation works are

  • Painting of interior and exterior walls
  • Changing of all the formica boards
  • Replacement of all electrical sockets
  • Provision of new ceiling fans
  • Replacement of broken and missing louvre blades and frames
  • Provision of new WCs, Basin and sinks
  • Fixing of leakages/ drainage problem in washroom
  • Tiling of washroom floors
  • Provision of new fluorescent tubes
  • New doors for washroom
INSTALLATION OF SOLAR PANELS FOR BLOCK A, PTA & GOVERNMENT BLOCKS
PROJECT SPONSORS

1989 Year Group

BUDGET

Estimated cost of $55,000.00

PROJECT NARRATIVE 

Installation of solar power system for Block A (Main Classroom). This is a Project by 1989 year group towards their anniversary in 2014.

PROJECT FEATURES

Providing uninterrupted power supply for students.

INSTALLATION OF SOLAR PANELS FOR BLOCK A, PTA & GOVERNMENT BLOCKS
PROJECT SPONSORS

1994 Year Group

BUDGET

Estimated cost of $40,000.00

PROJECT NARRATIVE 

This is a pilot project by 1994 year group towards their anniversary in 2019 by which time solar energy will be extended at all 5 classroom blocks.

PROJECT FEATURES

Working entailed fixing of solar panels and control unit on roof. Government Block is 100% completed whilst the PTA Block is 95% complete.

RENOVATION OF CLASSROOM BLOCK A
PROJECT SPONSORS

1996 Year Group

BUDGET

Estimated cost of GH Ȼ42,000.00

PROJECT NARRATIVE 

1996 Year Group took the bull by the horn to renovate classroom block A which needed urgent repairs.

PROJECT FEATURES

Details of the renovation works are;

  • Painting (Classroom block and washroom block)
  • Plumbing (resolved the leakage issues in the washroom, change damage WCs and basins)
  • Electrical (changed damage sockets, switches and fans)
  • Formica boards (replaced all formica boards in the classrooms)
  • Louvre Frames (changed all damage louvre frames and blades in all the classroom)
DONATION BY 1986 YEAR GROUP
PROJECT SPONSORS

1986 Year Group

DATE

November 14th 2017

PROJECT NARRATIVE 

86 year group buoyed by the spirit of giving back to PRESEC, presented 65” TV to the Alumni Center and 43” TV to the Headmistress for the best Teacher Awards.

DONATION BY 1997 YEAR GROUP TO PAA DICKS
PROJECT SPONSORS

1997 Year Group

DATE
December 22nd 2017
PROJECT NARRATIVE 

Two members of the 97 Year Group UK chapter led by their year group president presented a camera to photographer Paa Dicks for his contribution to PRESEC as a camera man over 40 years. The two members popularly known as Boxy & Wagus were full of appreciation that 20 years after leaving PRESEC, Paa Dicks was still serving diligently in the school.

DONATION BY FRANCIS BINEY TO AMC
PROJECT SPONSORS

Ɔdadeɛ Francis Biney

DATE
November 1st 2017.
PROJECT NARRATIVE 

To make the AMC a desired and attractive relaxation spot for Ɔdadeɛs, Francis Biney aka Dovi donated a 65inch curved television to our Alumni Center. With this donations, patrons would be able to enjoy their sporting programs on a large digital screen.

2017 BONFIRE NIGHT
DATE
October 14th 2017
PROJECT NARRATIVE 

13,000 alumni and current students converged at the school field for the much anticipated annual bonfire night. In attendance was Speaker of Parliament Hon. Mike Ocquaye, 10 of the 15 members of parliament and Ɔdadeɛs in top echelons of society including Frank Adu, the Managing Director of CAL Merchant Bank and Dr. Ernest Sarpong CEO of Special Ice.

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