The works at the project (Al-Saqqa 4), which is the second warehouse group, are going in full swing, being implemented within the framework of its plans. And recently the construction of all steel sections for the workshops and stores of the project, which are called steel structures, has been completed in preparation for the next stage. Installation of sandwich panels clips.
The project is one of the projects that started to be implemented, some of which are under construction and others under study. The project site was chosen near Al-Saqqa 2 stores on Karbala-Ibrahimiyah Road. This locations has large areas that can be invested to establish such project which will be in the future an integrated complex, as it is composed of a two-storey industrial workshop with a floor area of 3,000 square meters. The height of the floor is 8 meters. The two floors are separated by a roof of modern concrete technique that makes it lightweight to suit the intended purpose. The warehouses are three stores on an area of 2,500 meters and 8 meters height.
The project was designed in a way that can be employed for several future uses and make it an integrated platform for the implementation of any project that fits with these designs, which took into account all these things.
It is noteworthy that the implementation of this project is overseen directly on field by the engineering projects Department at the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine, and is implemented by the World Lewa' Company for General Trading and Contracting, which confirmed in a previous statement that this project, with its clear design footprint will be a model to be followed, thanks to its modern design and the materials used in its implementation.
It is worth mentioning that the engineering projects department at the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine has implemented dozens of large projects, as well as hundreds of small, medium and large projects inside and outside the shrine since its establishment after the fall of the former regime, most of which have been implemented by Iraqi cadres, supervised and mostly implemented by Iraqi cadres working in companies outside the shrine and rarely carried out by foreign labor.