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The project is being co-funded by European funds. As Malta and Gozo have about 60 kilometres of fortifications, the funds will be going towards the restoration of the most degraded bastions.
The government is determined and committed to continue restoring fortifications in the coming years while giving youngsters interested in fields of conservation and restoration, the opportunity to learn about our heritage and work with learned Italian masters, Mr Pullicino said. The fortifications restoration project is being undertaken by a consortium of local and Italian companies.
Cooperattiva Archeologia and Recoop are responsible for restoration works, Elbros and Teknostudio are in charge of consolidation works and designing, while CTC is responsible for the administration. And Wright.
Opsal stands tall, towering 24 storeys over southeast false creek — and reaching almost a century into the past. Industrial heritage preserved.
Making a a social and cultural center for the community. Objectives of any required restoration of fortifications should be: a. Add to Cart. Month January February March April May June July August September October November December Day 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Year In what follows I will review the main point unpardonable mistakes that have been made to restore the bastion, successfully mistakes falling in Chapter: NOT SO!
The chevron shaped profile on the southeast corner gives it a strong presence, and industrial elements honor the sites industrial heritage. As explained by the Director of the Restoration Directorate Architect Norbert Gatt, once restoration begins, it is divided into three stages: cleaning, the consolidation and the aesthetic integration.
While these three stages are common for all types of restoration, particularities vary according to the need of each place. For example, a certain stone might need to be changed because of its bad state.
The aim is for intervention to be kept at a minimum in order to preserve historical value. While these particular projects take between 4 and 18 months, the restoration of the bastions is a continuous one.