80% completion rate of the iron structure of the Hayat building in Baghdad.

With continuous working hours estimated at (18) hours per day, the staff working in the Fifth Hayat Lobby building project in the capital Baghdad, who are affiliated with the Engineering Maintenance Department at the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine, are still continuing the work entrusted to them of this humanitarian project, defying all the surrounding circumstances such as the difficulty of accessing to raw materials as a result of the preventive curfew, or the lack of workers as a result of assigning the department to create two other halls at the same time in the governorates of Karbala and Al Muthanna, in addition to the health risks as the project takes place within the vicinity of Ibn Al Qaf Hospital, But all this did not stand in the way of achieving their goal and aspirations in completing the project, and achieving it as soon as possible, within the technical specifications and timelines specified for it.

The al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine has worked to smooth out and facilitate all logistical and moral matters for the workers in this project, which it presents as a humanitarian gesture to support health institutions in Baghdad, and increase the clinical capacity to contribute to accommodating the increasing numbers of cases of the Corona virus.

One of the engineers of the project; Ali Al-Harr spoke to the al-Kafeel Network. He explained: "The iron structure works for the first part, which area is (1377) square meters of the total project area of ​​(5000) square meters, is going on continuous steps, as the completion rate reached more than 80%, with clear progress in the infrastructure works of sewage transmission lines and others, as these two phases in the project are among the important phases."

Al-Harr added: "The number of single rooms (suites) for this part is 56 out of a total of 118 rooms, which preparation work is currently taking place, to prepare them for the work of casting the concrete foundations because we are working on all parts of the project in parallel."

At the end of his speech, he affirmed that "despite our presence in the capital, Baghdad, to complete this project, the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine, with constant guidance and follow-up by those in charge in it, worked to provide what is required and needed by the workers in the project, in addition to the continuous supervision visits of its officials."
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