The Al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine proceeds the establishment of an educational and teaching complex

The Department of engineering project at the Al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine has preceded the establishment of a second educational and teaching complex to complement its first complex, which implemntation has begun several months ago. This project consists of schools for boys and girls, a kidergarten and a gym, in addition to other facilities built according to high technical and engineering specifications in design and implementation.
The Head of Engineering Projects Department at the Al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine; Engineer Dea Majeed Al-Sa'egh has stated: "The project consists of two phases of the work, the first phase includes two schools for boys with classrooms, laboratories and other educational supplies, and the second phase of the project includes a kindergarten and a sports hall of multiple use, in addition to another school for girls that is well equipped with all educational supplies. This complex is surrounded with fence and the gate of a central entry and is provided with sophisticated systems of monitoring, warning, fire and lighting, as well as networks of roads, sanitation and other technical and engineering matters, which will contribute to the creation of educational and recreational environment for the student. "
Adding: "The complex is situated on th road to Al-Hur, close to the first complex and also close to the neighborhoods belonging to the Center of the Holy city of Karbala. The project estimated area is (10 710 m2), and we hope that the works will be completed within the specified period and the terms and conditions agreed upon by the Engineering Projects Department and approved by the Shiite endowment. "
Mr. Al-Sa'egh explained: "The project which is being implemented under the direct supervision of the engineering projects department, is located on the road (Karbala - Al-Hur) and its implementation is assigned to the company Sarafand General Contracting Ltd., one of the experienced and efficient companies in this field."
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