Kamis, 01 November 2012



The Archbishop of the Anglican Diocese of Accra, Most Reverend Dr Justice Yaw Ofei Akrofi , has cut the sod for the construction of a five story classroom building for the Bishop Girls High School in Accra.

The project forms part of a strategic measure to relocate the school in order to pave way for the construction of an eleven storey Anglican Bishop Towers expected to transform the skyline of the High Street central business district.

The project which would be in two phases is valued at a cost of $50,000 dollars and would begin next year.
Addressing the gathering, Most Reverend Akrofi , thanked the planning committee for their effort in securing the land for the project.

He said the school building when completed would provide among other things facilities needed for effective learning and recreational purposes.

He, however, urged them to continue to work hard and secure funding for the start of the project which would provide job opportunities during and after the construction.

The Architect for the project, Mr Prince Agbodjan told the Daily Graphic that the main specifications and features of the tower would include small meeting rooms for short term rentals, individually metered floors, and a reinforced concrete structure with glazed aluminium curtain walling among others.

He said the tower complex would also have a roof top restaurant which would face the west to the Gulf of Guinea, giving a breath taking panoramic view of the large parts of the city.

He expressed optimism that the facility when completed would add to the already existing facilities which were structured to make Accra a millennium city.

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