The Engineering Maintenance Department of the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine indicated that its staff working in the Fifth Hayat Building project for treating people affected by the virus of Corona in the capital, Baghdad, have begun installing the sections of the iron structure of the third part of the project, while other work are continuing in the other two parts in an increasing pace.
Engineer Ali Al-Har, one of the engineers of the project, stated to the al-Kafeel Network: “The work in the project is carried out sequentially in the whole project area of (5000) square meters. Our staff started to install the sections of the iron structure for the third part that has an area of more than (1000) square meters, and includes (19) rooms distributed between eight isolation rooms and eleven rooms for medical, nursing and service staffs."
Stressing: "The works of the first part of the project, which has an area of (1377) square meters and includes (56) single rooms, have witnessed remarkable progress, as the work started on the installation of the external cooling system (split unit) in addition to nearing the completion of the electrical wiring works, as the preparations are being made to install the ducts of the air systems, as well as the cladding of the bathrooms of this part, and preparing them to install their walls made of (PVC).
He explained: "The second part, which also has an area of (1377) square meters and includes (56) single rooms, has witnessed the installation of the sections of (the sandwich panel) on its steel structure, and starting the installation of the insulation section made of (Gypsum Board). And the infrastructure work is also nearing completion. "
Al-Har stressed at the end of his speech: "The staffs of our department working in this project, including engineers, technicians and craftsmen, are making exceptional and unparalleled efforts, in order to finish this project as soon as possible, to contribute to treating people affected by this virus, and given the extent of the space allocated to it, we considered dividing it into parts, in order to ensure the smooth running of the work without any interruption. And thank God, the works are conducted accordingly, as we spared no effort to achieve what we aspired to."