As part of the company’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program, i7 Construction Company Pvt Ltd builds and develops Nellaidhoo’s “Edhuruvehi” building into a quarantine facility and hands it over to the island’s council.
Nellaidhoo Council reported that this facility was built as part of their effort to increase the COVID-19 monitoring capacity. The facility was handed over to the council by i7 Construction Company’s Director Ahmed Shamoon.
In his interview to ‘Today.mv’, Managing Director of i7 Construction Company, Mohamed Rasheed (Putty) has stated that the objective behind their gesture was to help control spreading of COVID-19 in Nellaidhoo. Putty also noted that i7 will aid the island’s development programs planned for future as well and that the council can expect their true-blue commitment to the case.
As part of the construction changes brought to the building, i7 had redeveloped the its sewage system, fixed the roof and refurbished the ceilings, painted the whole building and renovated the doors and windows of the building. The walls are now properly sealed and the company has secured the water wiring system by installing a motor. Electric wiring is also installed with a board to facilitate the flow of undisturbed electricity.
Through the CSR program, machineries required to treat COVID-19 and other equipments were also handed over to the island’s council. This includes fog machine, disinfecting machine with the chemicals required, UV disinfection machine with the chemicals, sanitisers, masks, 5 full body PPE, and forehead thermometer.
The island’s council believes that the new facility provided by i7 Construction Company Pvt Ltd, will ease the council and the island’s Emergency Operation Center’s effort to control the spread of COVID-19 within the island. Nellaidhoo Council has expressed their deep gratitude towards the i7 Construction Company for their generous endeavour and donations.