Stake and pile driving ceremony to construct collective office, staff housing conducted in Hlinethaya Township

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The stake and pile driving ceremony of departmental staff housing in progress.

The stake and pile driving ceremony of departmental staff housing was held in western Hlinethaya Township yesterday.
First, U Tin Maung Kyi, Engineering Department Head of YCDC clarified the construction of staff housing on 12.258 acres of land located in front of Anawrahta Industrial Zone, beside Yangon-Pathein Road section, including offices and community hall, drainage system, parking and land management.
Then, Yangon Region Chief Minister U Hla Soe, governmental officials and engineers conducted the ceremonial procedures.
For the first phase of the project, the officials drove the stake and pile into the ground to construct 16 buildings—12 five-storey building with car parking space, another 3 buildings with a community hall, SSB clinic, Convenience stores and public toilets and a building for the fire brigade.
Yangon Mayor U Bo Htay reported on the construction of the retaining wall and precast drain of Yangon-Pathein Road and land allocation for the Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) project.
The Region Chief Minister then called for the completion of the operation in time as per the fixed quality and standards. — San Kyaw Oo (IPRD)/GNLM

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