The al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine contributes to the reconstruction campaign of the shrine of Ali Ibn al-Hamza.

The staffs of the engineering maintenance and construction department at the al-Abbas's (P) Holy Shrine, participated in the reconstruction campaign of the shrine of Sayed Ali Ibn al-Hamza (may God be pleased with him), for a quicker speed of work in this shrine an to provide a service to the visitors to this shrine, or those going to visit the shrines of Imam al-Hussayn And his brother, Aba Al-Fadl Al-Abbas (peace be upon them both), because it is located on one of the important roads leading to their holy shrines and is one of the stations of visitors, especially during the days of special Ziyarat in which millions of visitors participate.

The supervisor of these works and the official of the Construction Division in the aforementioned department, Engineer Mohammad Mustafa al-Taweel, explained to the Kafeel network, saying: “The works in this project are part of the series of works that the al-Abbas's holy shrine contributed to in a number of service institutions and shrines inside and outside the Karbala governorate, to contribute to the improvement of the level of service provided to the visitors."

He added: “The works that were entrusted to our staffs and which we started after the approval of the General Secretariat of the Holy Shrine included an important detail in it, which is the establishment of a bathroom complex located within this shrine expansion project, consisting of (42) bathroom units distributed on two floors and divided for men and women, with high technical specifications. This complex contains all the needed systems and other supporting systems. It will be cladded with ceramic and granite materials, and the facade will be cladded with Kashi Karbalai."

Al-Taweel affirmed: “The works are proceeding according to plans, as the plumbing work has been completed for the units of the first floor and the work of cladding the walls commenced. As for the second floor, preparation works and the separation between the bathrooms and the administration rooms."
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