The start of the installation work of the Iron structure in the second part of the Fifth Hayat Building project for treating people with corona in Baghdad.

The Engineering Maintenance Department at the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine announced that its staff working on the Fifth Hayat Building project for treating people affected by the Corona virus, which is presented as a humanitarian gesture to contribute to increasing the clinical capacity of the Baghdad Health Department in Al-Rusafa and accommodating the growing numbers of people affected by this virus, have begun the installation work of the Iron structure for the second part of the project, which has an area of ​​(1377) square meters out of the total project area of ​​(5000) square meters, it will be invested to establish (118) single isolation rooms and more than twenty rooms for medical, administrative, and service staff.
This was confirmed by Engineer Karar Brihi, one of the engineers of the project to the al-Kafeel Network, adding: "After finishing the work of pouring the concrete foundations for the second part of the project, we immediately started the work of fixing the sections of the iron structure within the third stage of the work for this part.".
Noting: "The cutting work was carried out in the field in accordance with previously taken measurements, where we installed it according to the plan of this part, which consists of (56) single rooms, and that the work is carried out within the timings set for it."
Regarding the rest of the work of the other parts, Brihi explained: "With regard to the first part, which resembles in its area and number of rooms, the second part, the work of fixing the insulating walls by the (sandwich panel) sections, has reached its final stages, in parallel with the plumbing work that connect the bathroom with their transmission pipes. The same works were also carried out in the second part, while the third part of the work of erecting the third part wooden template is completed, and now it is ready for the work of casting its concrete foundations."
Brihi asserted: “The works are conducted according to what is planned, and it is hoped that we will finish them at the end of this month or the beginning of the following month. Also, all the materials included in the work have been subjected to laboratory and technical examination to ensure their suitability to such building. "
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