Staff of the Department of Engineering Maintenance continue to work in the al-'Ameed University Laboratories Building.

The staff of the Engineering Maintenance Department at the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine continues to work in the building of the laboratories at Al-'Ameed University, which is being built on an area of ​​(1600) square meters in four floors, where the completion rate reached more than (30%).

The head of the external division of the department; Eng. Hasanein Ala' stated to al-Kafeel Network: "The work is underway in the building of the laboratories of the Al-'Ameed University, which consists of four floors on an area of ​​1600 square meters."

He added: "The building contains 14 laboratories and 12 classrooms, in addition to a conference hall on an area of ​​450 square meters in the ground floor. It also includes two sanitary groups for each floor, and the height of the ground floor is 6 meters. And the rest of the floors 5 meters. "

He continued: "We have finished the first stage, which included removing the clay soil from the ground, as well as the treatment of the floor as well as pouring it with a thick concrete layer, and the walls were painted with plaster and white cement and the floor was cladded with a granite." Pointing out that the building is a steel structures".

"The building was equipped with two electricity and cooling systems as well as a communications system and a fire extinguishing system. The building was equipped with all laboratory furniture through the technical crafts division of the Engineering Maintenance Department. We hope that the building will be opened at the beginning of the next academic year," he added.

It is worth mentioning that the Engineering Maintenance Department at the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine is one of the vital and effective departments, which includes many divisions, units and workshops, and technical and engineering staff working day and night in all vital installations and facilities at the holy shrine to provide the best services to the visitors.
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