Completion of maintenance and restoration work on the roof of Dar al-Hanan for severe mental disability.

The cadres of the Engineering Maintenance and Construction Department at the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine have completed their work on maintenance and restoration of the roof of the Dar al-Hanan building for severe mental disabilities in Karbala Governorate, which was having cracks and water leakage. These works are part of a series of services provided to this building.

The supervisor of these works, Engineer Mohammad Mustafa Shaker al-Taweel, responsible for the construction works division of the aforementioned department, explained to the al-Kafeel network, saying: “The total area of ​​what was maintained on the roof of the buildings belonging to the Dar is (2000 square meters). The works included removing the old roofing materials and the maintenance of the roof, then adding three insulating layers."

Al-Taweel explained: “These works are part of the second phase of the rehabilitation works of the Dar. The first phase included rehabilitation and maintenance of the Dar’s façade, and wiring the heavy water pipes (sewage) for a distance of 120 meters with the construction of new manholes, and linking this line to the main station. In addition to rehabilitating the bathrooms of the Dar, repairing the damaged water pipes and electrical wiring, maintaining the Dar’s central kitchen, replacing the Dar’s electrical wiring and providing it with the necessary lighting, rehabilitating some rooms by repainting and making them suitable for use, in addition to cladding some rooms and the middle yard of the Dar. Then our staff have started the first stage of the second phase, which is the restoration and maintenance of the building's roof to prevent rain water from leaking into it."

It is noteworthy that these rehabilitation works come within the series of humanitarian works and projects presented by the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine, to contribute to the rehabilitation and maintenance of some government sectors that suffer from poor services.
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