OS continues to offer services through consultants who have extensive school facilities experience and have assisted more than 63 Department-assisted overseas schools in all regions of the world. The consultants provide services on educational facilities planning, design, construction, physical plant maintenance, and operations to new schools and schools in need of new facilities.
Project Hamlet: To Build or Not to Build, a handbook that assists overseas schools in making decisions on planning, designing, and implementing new construction or renovation projects, continues to be requested by schools considering facilities changes. Published by the Near East South Asia Council of Overseas Schools, with support from OS and a grant from the Overseas Schools Advisory Council, the project was developed by an OS staff consultant who was the principal writer.
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