The Engineering Maintenance Department at the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine announced that its staff working on the Fourth Hayat Lobby building project for treating people with the Corona epidemic and that it is being implemented for the benefit of the Karbala Health Service, have completed the first phase of the project and preparations are currently being made for the next phase. All of the works are executed within the technical and engineering specifications approved by the relevant authorities.
The resident engineer of the project, Mustafa Muhammad Al-Tawil, stated to the al-Kafeel Global Network: "Now, the total project area of (1000) square meters has become fully prepared for the next stage, which we will proceed successively according to what is planned, and start the infrastructure work. "
Noting: "The project area, according to its plans, will be in two parts. The first section includes six consulting clinics with different specialties on an area of (6m x 4m), a sonar and a radiology rooms on an area of (6m x 4m) each, and a laboratory on an area of (5m x 3m) in addition to an administration room on an area of (6m × 3m) and two bathrooms, one for men and the other for women, in addition to a waiting hall on an area of (38m × 3m).
The second section includes (15) single rooms on an area of (6m × 4m) and a bathroom on an area of (2m × 1m), in addition to that there is a room for doctors on an area of (3m × 2m), a pharmacy on an area of (3m × 2.5m), two separate rooms for female and male nurses on an area of ( 3m x 4m), an administration room on an area of (3m x 4m) and storing room on an area of (3m x 4m), and in the same dimensions the section also contains two private rooms for medical staff, one for men and the other for women, in addition to two separate bathrooms."
Al-Tawil said: "The first phase of the project included opening a street of 70 meters long and 5 meters wide, to link this building to the Al-Zahra (peace be upon her) center of the Imam Hussein (peace be upon him) medical city, and it will be covered with muqarnas tiles."