The Secretary General had toured in Sahan (Courtyard) Fatima parts, such as the machinery room, the service tunnel and the visit and worship part of the project.
The Secretary General had urged the engineering staffs to exert outstanding efforts to complete this great edifice to service the visitors of the commander of faithful Ali bin Abi Talib (peace be upon him).
The secretary general said, "As part of our frequent field tours to Sahan (Courtyard) Fatima Project, which is the beginning of the preparations for serving visitors in Arba'een Visit, we agreed with the engineers staffs to provide more area in the Visit and Worship Part."
He added: "Many parts of Sahan (Courtyard) Fatima Project have completed partially and many other parts are in finishing stage. These stages need more time, accuracy and patience to be completed with a clear aesthetic way. We had agreed with the engineering staffs that the fourth floor will be completed at Eid al-Ghadeed."
He added, "The work is continuous in the grounds of the fronts of the project. The gates will be installed. The remaining part is the ground of the Sahan (Courtyard), which is in need for long time to be completed because of it contains large cars and various mechanisms and it is need to be accurate in the achievement"
He added, "The engineering and mechanical works in the machinery room represented by giant water pumps was completed by the engineering staffs at Al Kawthar Company. We had lined about 40 km of pipes for hot and cold water and pipes for cooling systems."