Tunnel Installation of Isfahan Int'l Exhibition sees 98% progress

Isfahan International Exhibition's Project Manager announced: establishing the tunnel installation of 'Allameh Majlesi' Hall in the International Exhibition site has had a 98% progress until the present day.

The establishment of Isfahan International Exhibitions center is considered as a unique megaproject across the country whose all necessary infrastructure and equipment are anticipated well meeting the world standards offering a perspective of 200 years i.e. it proves useful life of 200 years, , IMNA News Agency reported.


Referring that the project’s 1st phase is under executive operations on a 17-hectare land, Hosseini pointed out: the operations are scheduled to be completed at an expense of about $400 million by the early Iranian calendar year 1396 (September 2017). The other phase will also, in case of having the budget, be available after completion of the first phase.  

The first phase of the exhibition is undergoing various operations including infrastructure of Allame-Majlesi Hall, mechanical and electrical equipment, installation of metal scaffolding, indoor and outdoor manholes, containers of drinking water as well as non-drinking water, pump house, rest rooms, and access to enter and exit gates, Hosseini explained.   

He further expressed more details: other completed sections consist of roads and spaces inside the exhibition, the bridges at the two sides of "Allame-Majlesi" hall, office building, mechanical power plant, electricity house, unloading ducks, and green spaces.

The project manager claimed that Isfahan International Exhibition is counted as one of Iran's tourism poles which aims at granting better services to Isfahan dwellers besides improving the tourism industry. "The site will soon stand at the center of attentions, demonstrating as a distinctive megaproject of the whole country", he added.  

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