Authorities inspect construction of housing quarters in Mong Hpyak

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The housing quarter is a two-storeyed RC building, and it is 120 feet in length and 130 feet in width.

Mong Hpyak township administration committee chairman and township construction committee members inspected the construction site of the housing quarters construction in Basic Education High School (BEHS) Mong Hpyak compound in Shan State (East) at 8 am on 17 March.
Taw Win Mong Hpyak Nagar Company constructed the housing quarters with spending of K216.000 million allocated in the 2020-2021 financial year. The housing project was inspected by U Nyi Nyi Aung, chairman of the township administration department, U Zaw Ko Ko Aung, head (Civil) and U Myint Zaw Aung and the committee members of the township construction committee, U Aung Kyaw Nyunt, the township education head and the officials.
Taw Win Mong Hpyak Nagar Company managing director U Tun Shwe and his engineer in charge, U Min Zaw Oo, explained the current construction process and further follow-up on the working condition.
The housing quarter is a two-storeyed RC building, and it is 120 feet in length and 130 feet in width. There will be 12 rooms, and each floor containing six rooms that are 30 feet in length and 60 feet in width. Upon completing the project, 12 education staffers from BEHS (Mong Hpyak) can stay in the housing quarters. — Township (IPRD)/GNLM

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