The staff of the Engineering Maintenance Department at the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine, working on the Fourth Hayat Lobby building project for the treatment of people afflicted by the Corona virus, and which it carries out for the benefit of the Health Department of Karbala, completed the work of the second phase in record time, and started the next stage as they are working continuously for 18 hours per day in order to complete it within the planned timings and according to the required specifications.
This was explained to the al-Kafeel Network, by the resident engineer of the project; Mustafa Muhammad Al-Taweel, who added: "These stages of work for any project are the starting point, and they need time and precision in implementation, but our staffs have a great sense of the responsibility and are following the directives of the Secretariat General of the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine, to defy the factors of time and space to proceed with this project. And after the completion of the second stage that included the implementation of the project's plan that was previously approved, and the project infrastructure works from sewer pipes and others, and levelling the specified area with the armed concrete ass well the construction of a ground store for sewage waste. And then we have started directly the work third phase."
He explained: "This stage, which started from the early morning hours of this day Wednesday (24th Shawwal 1441 AH) corresponding to June 17, 2020, will include pouring foundations with concrete, which was prepared by the factory of the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine for the production of concrete. The project's area of 1000 square meters will be divided on sections, and the casting work will be according to special measurements and to the nature of the structure.
Al-Taweel explained: "In the meantime, there are works that are going on in parallel with what the project is currently witnessing, which are preparations for the fourth stage that will include the installation of the iron structure of the project, which will be carried out sequentially."
Al-Taweel asserted: "All constructional health standards for establishing such facilities have been taken into consideration, in a manner compatible with the nature of the services they will provide, as well as all the used materials are subject to engineering and health examination and all are in conformity with the required specifications."