It is best if land is flat and elevated, but measures can be taken to build practically anywhere. Consult with local engineers, architects and masons about drainage requirements, retaining walls or other site- specific building needs.
Potential complications for a particular building site may not be easily apparent due to seasonal or annual differences in weather patterns, and other factors. Local people know the lay of the land and the impact that the seasons have on construction in their specific area; rely on their input.
In order to avoid future complications, make sure that the construction site is not privately owned. It is best if the land is community-owned or owned by the school. Talk with the community leaders and school directors to find out the