In an ideal time and within what was technically and medically planned, the rate of completion of the works of the seventh Hayat building for treating people with coronavirus in Babylon Governorate within the Marjan Medical City exceeded 55%, and this project, which has an area of (3500) square meters, and includes (98) single rooms, in addition to more than (25) medical, administrative and service rooms, implemented by the al-Abbas's (P) holy shrine through the staff of its maintenance and engineering construction department, and a symbiotic and humanitarian gesture and as a precautionary and preventive measure to limit and control the emerging epidemic, and in support of the efforts of the medical staffs in the governorate.
Eng. Ammar Salah, the engineer of the project, stated to the al-Kafeel Network: “Our staff harness the best of their efforts to complete the project within its timings and technical specifications prepared for it, and with working hours exceeding (14) hours per day despite the incredibly high temperatures and its proximity to the isolation corridors. And we are now in the process of terminations, which is an important stage with multiple operational ramifications that need more time. The work is carried out in a sequential manner and with parallel lines of work according to the three parts of the project and according to the specialization of each working group. .
Engineer Ammar explained: “The current works are:
- In the first and second parts, each of which has an area of (800) square meters and each of them includes (42) single rooms: Work is continuing according to each of the two parts, as the work of covering with insulating sections (gypsum board) has reached advanced stages, especially in the first part that is nearing completion, in addition to the infrastructure work and the cladding of bathrooms and fixing the toilets' seats.
- The third part, which has an area of (1100) square meters and includes (14) single rooms, and (20) rooms for doctors, nurses, pharmacy, and patients' reception in addition to bathrooms. The works of its steel structure have been completed and we have begun installing its walls from the (Sandwich panels) sections, with other works being done on it, especially for its infrastructure."