Starting the walls' installation at the first part of the Hayat Building project for treating people with corona in the Babylon Governorate.

The staffs working in the Maintenance Department at the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine began the work of fixing the walls of the first part of the Hayat building project for treating people with coronavirus in Babylon Province on its iron structure, in addition to finishing pouring the foundations of the second part and preparing it for the next stage.
This was reported to the al-Kafeel Network by engineer Ali Al-Har, one of the engineers of the project, adding: "The work in the project, which covers an area of ​​(3500) square meters, within the vicinity of Marjan Medical City Hospital in Babylon Governorate, will be conducted according to what is planned. In the first part, which has an area of ​​(800) square meters and includes (42) single rooms, there are several works that are conducted in parallel:
- The project's iron structure works have reached their final stages.
- Starting the work to install the rooms' walls that are manufactured from the (sandwich panel) sections.
- Sanitary works and sanitation works and linking them with their transmission lines. "

He added: "With regard to the second part which has similar area and number of rooms to the first part, many preparation works have been completed including pouring its foundations and its floor with concrete, and work is currently being done on preparing the iron sections of its structure, which will be started immediately after the completion of the work of the structure of the first part." .
Noting: "The cutting work, whether for the steel structure or wall sections, is carried out according to measurements taken previously, where we installed it according to the plan of each part, and the stage of installing the iron structure and its walls is one of the most important stages, whether for this part or for others, because it is the starting point for what will follow. And all the materials included in the work have been subjected to laboratory examination from a technical and medical point of view to ensure their suitability for such a structure. "
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