The percentage of completion of work on the Fifth Hayat Building project for treating coronavirus patients in Baghdad, which is implemented by the staffs of the Engineering Maintenance and Construction Department at the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine, and executed as a gift for the Rusafa Health Department within the vicinity of its Ibn Al-Qaf Hospital, in the capital, Baghdad, exceeded 80% in all three parts of the project which area is 5000 square meters.
This is what was shown to the al-Kafeel Network, by the engineer of the project, Karar Brihi, adding: “The work is carried out in a smooth flow and the current work stage is distributed on the parts of the project. There is a noticeable progress thanks to the concerted efforts of the workers who harness all their efforts regardless of the very high temperatures, or working near the insulation lobbies. "
He explained: "The first part of the project, which has an area of (1377) square meters and includes (56) single rooms, has a completion rate of more than 90%, and we are carrying now complementary work for the project with some checks for the wiring of the systems that have been installed, Including alarm, fire, fresh air, polluted air, and cooling, in addition to installing lighting lamps. "
Brihi continued: "As for the second part, which corresponds to the first part in terms of area, number of rooms, and the third part with an area of (1100) square meters and includes (19) rooms, the works currently underway are fixing the sections of the air systems and other supporting systems, in addition to Installing doors and windows with electrical work such as wiring and fixing the main boards and secondary ceilings with their attachments, in addition to some other work that runs in parallel and all of them have reached very advanced stages. "
Stressing: "We are working hard and making every effort to accomplish this project, which is one of the largest projects implemented by the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine, to support the health reality and help medical staff to confront the Corona epidemic, within the timelines and technical and medical specifications set by the Division of Medical Affairs at the Holy Shrine and the Iraqi Ministry of Health. "