Within the installation works of the wooden structure of the shrine of Aba Al-Fadl Al-Abbas (peace be upon him), the technical staffs have finished the installation of the main and side pillars on the concrete floor allocated for them, after taking all technical and engineering considerations for the installation of these important parts.
The four corner pillars of the wooden structure were supported by four iron bases of stainless steel, which was formed in the same form of the basis of these columns to which they were linked. The ten side pillars were also supported by the stainless steel bases, which were placed in a standard deeps installed with the rebar in the concrete foundations and welded by brass material after being supported by iron trusses that are connected to form one piece, and this process is to pave the other installation processes.
It is noteworthy that the digged foundations surrounding the wooden box of the holy tomb were by (4,12 m x 5,40 m) to which 5 cm was added on all sides to give more control to the grid;s movement. The bases' width is of 60 cm and depth of 50 cm to reach the original land of the holy sanctuary, inside which was put an iron net of rebar, on which fourteen stainless steel bases were installed, four main bases to install four lateral pillars of the holy grid and ten bases to install lateral columns linking the knotworks.
It is to mention that the work plan to install the shrine's new grid of Aba Al-Fadl Al-Abbas (peace be upon him) take place within its time limits and even surpassed it as most of the stages have been completed in a record time. The plan included phases such as the dismantling of the old grid starting from its metal pieces down to its wooden parts and structure, as well as the preparation of the flooring for the foundations and pouring the concrete in order to install the new grid's parts, in addition to removing the old alabaster and replace it with new alabaster, noting that the planning and execution of all these works are conducted by the cadres of the Al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine.
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