In 6 days and with continuous work over 24 hours: the staffs of the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine attain the final stage of the lobby project for the treatment of Corona pandemic.

Continuous work over 24 hours a day, within 6 days only, the staffs of the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine, through the Engineering Maintenance Department in it are continuing as a beehive without fatigue or boredom, to accomplish the treatment lobby for the treatment of the patients with the novel Corona pandemic, which will be part of the Imam al-Hussayn (peace be upon him) medical city in the holy city of Karbala, and day after day the work is witnessing remarkable progress, and its features have started to appear.
Resident engineer Ammar Salah Mahdi explained to the al-Kafeel Network the latest findings of the works:
"The works in the lobby go within the timeframes and the technical, engineering and health specifications specified for them, and we will strive to accomplish them during the timings and stages of work that were set for them, and with which we reached the stages of finishing. For the first wing of the lobby, the works were as follows:
- The steel structure is completely finished and the sandwich panel sections are also fixed.
- Starting the stages of terminations that included:
1- Covering the insulation boards with other sections of gypsum boards, and the completion rate has reached 70%.
2- Electrical wiring works, its completion percentage reached 20%.
3- Floor covering works, the completion percentage reached 80%.
4- Sanitary works and their accessories, which include covering the wall with PVC material, the completion rate reached 40%, and 15 eastern latrines were installed.
As for the second wing, which is symmetrical with the first wing in terms of area and number of wings (Suite system), is located in parallel, its actions are summarized in:
- Achieving 90% of the fastening of the steel structure parts.
- The installation works for the sandwich panels have reached 70%.
Mahdi stressed: "All the above-mentioned work is conducted in parallel with each other at an increasing pace and over 24 hours, divided into three shifts, morning and evening and night, according to the specialty and direction of each work, and to ensure that there is no intersection between them."
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