The infrastructure works for the Seventh Hayat Building project for treating people with coronavirus in Babylon Governorate, which is implemented by the staffs of the Engineering and Maintenance Department at the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shriner, are reaching advanced stages according to the plan set for the implementation of this phase of the project, which is located on an area of 3500 square meters and includes (98) Single rooms, in addition to more than (25) medical, administrative and service rooms within the medical city of Marjan in the governorate.
According to the engineer of the project, Ammar Salah, “The infrastructure works of the project start from the first implementation steps according to their special plan. These works go in parallel with other works of the project, because they are divided into its three parts, and they include:
- Drilling and laying of the main conveyor lines and connecting them to the sewage drainage system of the medical city of Marjan.
- Connecting the sub-pipes of the bathrooms to the isolation and building rooms with the main transport lines.
- Wiring pipelines for liquefaction water supplies for the rooms and building.
- Building (manholes) of main and secondary conveyor lines. "
He explained: "The works currently taking place in the building are distributed in all its parts. In the first and second parts, each of which has an area of (800) square meters, and each of them contains (42) single rooms, the works are continuing according to each work phase in preparing for their covering with insulation sections, electrical wiring and fire and alarm systems wires. "
And Salah continued: "As for the third part, which covers an area of (1100) square meters and includes (14) single rooms for treating the patients, and (14) rooms for doctors, nurses, pharmacy and reception of auditors in addition to bathrooms. The work of its iron structure has reached its final stages, and it will be ready to install its walls from the (sandwich panel) sections. "