Progress work rates at the Seventh Hayat Building project for treating people with corona in the Babylon Governorate

The works of the seventh Hayat building project for treating those affected by the Coronavirus in Babylon Governorate achieved advanced rates of achievement, thanks to the efforts made by the staffs of the Maintenance and Engineering Construction Department at the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine, who worked more than (15) hours per day. This project is being currently implemented for the benefit of the provincial health department within the medical city of Marjan, as a symbiotic gesture to support medical staff in containing the spread of this epidemic and increasing its clinical capacity.
One of the engineers of the project, engineer Ali Al-Har, stated to the al-Kafeel Network: "Our staff work within the approved timings and technical and medical specifications, under the direct supervision of the department presidency and the Medical Affairs Division at the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine. The work stages of this project is progressing despite the fact that they require time and precision to work. "
He continued: "The total area of ​​the project is (3500) square meters and includes (98) single rooms, in addition to more than (20) medical, administrative and service rooms. This area was divided into three parts, as fixing the walls and roofs of the first part, which has an area of ​​800 square meters and includes 42 rooms, is completed, as well as the sanitary work."
He added: "The second part, with the same area and design, witnessed the completion of the installation of sanitary pipes, and the iron structure is installed and prepared to install the walls, while the third part, which has an area of ​​1100 square meters and includes (14) rooms In addition to (14) medical, service and administrative rooms and bathrooms, the work of pouring its concrete foundations has been completed, and preparations are being made to install its steel structure."
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