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Edited by Andrea Grilletto Chiara Falcini Translation of the articles submitted in Italian language Raffaella Grasselli

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SPONSOR PRESENTATION

SPONSOR PRESENTATION _ Presentation of “ICE Agency” 4 _ Presentation of “Assorestauro” 5

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_ Restoration works in Rome - Tecnicon 6 _ media cleaning technolgy. The latest case history - Ibix 12 _ CRYPTOPORTICUS, THE DOMUS TIBERIANA ON THE PALATINE - SPC 16 PISA | 5th APRIL _ LASER REMOVAL OF BLACK CRUSTS FROM STONE: THE CASE STUDY OF PIAZZA DEI MIRACOLI IN PISA - EL.EN Group 28

FERRARA | 6-7th APRIL INSTITUTIONAL SESSION

_ “salone del restauro in ferrara” CONFERENCES - ERMITAGE ROOM - pad 5 PLANNING RESTORATION: INTERNATIONALIZATION POLICIES IN THE RESTORATION SECTOR SUSTAINABILITY OF HISTORICAL BUILDINGS: THE GBC HISTORICAL BUILDING PROTOCOL _ CA’ FOSCARI EXISTING BUILDING OPERATIONAL & MAINTENANCE - GBC Italia MANTOVA / CREMONA | 8th APRIL _ THE TOWN HALL BUILDING IN SAN BENEDETTO PO (MN) - Studio Berlucchi _ ELECTROPHYSICAL DEHUMIDIFICATION OF MASONRY - Tecnova Group MILANO | 9th APRIL _ The “Veneranda Fabbrica del Duomo” in Milan: a peculiar approach to conservation - Canali Associati

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The Italian Trade Agency - ICE is the Government agency that supports the globalization of Italian firms, implementing the strategies of the Ministry of Economic Development. The Italian Trade Agency - ICE helps to develop, facilitate and promote Italian economic and trade relations with foreign countries, focusing on the needs of SME’s, their associations and partnerships. The Italian Trade Agency - ICE sustains Italian firms in their internationalization processes, in the marketing of Italian goods and services while promoting the “Made In Italy’ image around the world, and it is directly involved in attracting foreign direct investments. The Italian Trade Agency - ICE provides information, support and consultancy to Italian companies on foreign markets, promoting and fostering exports and cooperation in all areas – industry (consumer and capital goods), agricultural technology and agri-food, services, and training - with the aim of increasing and making more effective their presence on international markets. The Italian Trade Agency - ICE works closely with the Italian Regions, the network of the Italian Chambers of Commerce, business organizations and other public and private entities. The Italian Trade Agency - ICE headquarters is in Rome and its network of offices around the world act as “Trade Promotion Offices and/or Sections” of the Italian Embassies or Consulates.

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Project coordinator: Andrea Griletto

Established in 2005 as the first Italian association of manufacturers of materials, equipment and technology, suppliers of services and specialized companies, Assorestauro represents the Italian sector of restoration and conservation of material heritage. To date, it is the sole association and a reference in the domestic and international market for anyone willing to start working in the conservation sector in Italy, to be intended in its broadest sense, that is, as a synthesis of the various disciplines involved, of the professional specialists, of the available technology and of the growing business community. If examined as a whole, the sector accounts for a large market share and has a meaningful impact on tourism, industry and bioconstruction.

WHAT ARE ASSORESTAURO’S GOALS?

Assorestauro is the National Trade Association for the Restoration Sector, representing manufacturers of materials, equipment, technology, specialist companies, designers and suppliers of services for analyses, surveys and diffusion. The Association offers its members information, assistance, advice and training both directly and through its partners, with a view to building a consistent and unitary orientation to the different sectors of the restoration industry at national and international level. As a national association, Assorestauro is aimed at coordinating, protecting and promoting the interests of the restoration sector and it represents before the outer market, in Italy and abroad, the common positions for technical and economic issues, as well as image, by carrying out targeted activities in such relevant fields of the sector as information and communication, protection of common interests (economy, image, standards), research and development, promotion.

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Several activities aimed at promoting the professional skills in the restoration sector fall in the scopes of the Association. They include diagnostic analysis, design and on site execution, producing technology and materials, as well as contributing technological innovation, with the support of Institutions, Universities, Agencies for the protection of cultural heritage and ICE, the Agency for the internationalization and the promotion abroad of Italian businesses. This type of action includes both promotion in Italy (conferences and training seminars, trade exhibitions, courses and similar initiatives) and abroad (foreign missions, training, b2b encounters, restoration sites), where member companies are involved and offered the chance to study and penetrate foreign markets through projects co-sponsored by national and international bodies.

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Restoration works in Rome STATE OF CONSERVATION The general conditions of the monument were critical, owed to several types of alteration. Climate changes and the microclimate affected by the presence of water and ambient aerosol generated an ideal habitat for microbiological and biological attack, especially on the cliff rocks. There were particularly thick limestone deposits on the areas affected by running, spurting and stagnating water, whose content in calcium is quite high in Rome. The fountain aerosol, rainfalls and winds are the main cause of decohesion and corrosion of the most exposed areas. The heavily polluted urban environment caused layers of dust, topsoil and dirt to pile up on all semi-confined areas, resulting in the frequent recurrence of early black encrustations in the majority of the undercuts. The great affluence of people and the improper use of the monument by visitors caused damage to the accessible portions of the basin and cliff (engravings, graffitis, chewinggums).

SITE With the aim of allowing visitors to “enjoy the monument as a whole and complete artefact” during the works and to follow their progress, the following steps were adopted: _ install a totally transparent fence, complete with informative decals; _ erect the scaffolds at different times, so as to make a portion of the façade always visible; in particular, the central portion of the façade was covered first, while the side portions were hidden only when the mid-portion scaffold was dismounted. No tarpaulins were used, so as to allow visitors to easily follow the works in progress;

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_ build an elevated walkway accessible from the fence, which runs through the basin like an “inner lane into the site�, so that tourists can approach the work areas. _ to preserve the long-established tradition of throwing coins into the fountain as a wish to return to Rome, a substitute basin was built in the middle portion. This way, tourists could keep throwing their coins above the fence and Caritas staff could keep collecting them. To both sides of the fence, two large screens showed an uninterrupted sequence of pictures and films about the History of the fountain and of the square, including period prints reproducing the ancient versions of the fountain, also called Show of the Virgin Water, as well as odd events occurred within or near the fountain filmed and stored in the Historical Archives of Istituto Luce, and shots from famous movies having the renowned fountain as their backdrop.

RESTORATION OF TRAVERTINE AND MARBLE SURFACES - Removal of superficial incoherent deposits of dust, topsoil and bird droppings by means of brushes and hoover; _ disinfection of superficial weeds with weedkillers; _ disinfection by means of two applications of biocides on all surfaces; _ cleaning of all surfaces with compressed air sprayers at low pressure, with the help of large and small brushes and sponges; _ chemical spot cleaning aimed at removing all black encrustations from the undercuts. The affected areas were first padded with a weakly basic solution of cellulose fibre pulp and then any residual salts were rinsed off with demineralized water; _ mechanical cleaning of thick deposits (black encrustations) and of all limestone encrustations from the cliff. This long and complex operation included a number of steps, with the use of different tools, such as hand-operated hammers and hardies, compressed air tools (hammers, vibrating tools and micro-air-abrasion equipment manufactured by Ibix, model Trilogy 9 with HELIX helical vortex gun and almandine media of grain size 80-120 mesh), all of which ensured total protection of patinas;

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_ consolidation of the areas around any old heavy reparations, where decohesion and alveolization of travertine looked severe, which were removed by infills of microacrylic resins; _ machine-operated removal of any previous reparations that featured adhesion defects or poor aesthetic quality; _ gluing of restored portions of cement mortar and/or travertine flakes with epoxy resin, sometimes with the addition of threaded stainless steel or fibreglass pins; _ execution of deep reparations with Lafarge hydraulic lime mortars and pozzolana; _ execution of superficial reparations with carefully selected hydraulic mortars, after colour and grain size sampling; _ execution of micro reparations with slaked lime and marble dust mortars; _ treatment of all copper foil elements (plants and trumpets) by machine-operated cleaning of all surfaces, aimed at removing oxidation and residues of paint; corrosion-proof treatment, rehabilitation of colours with paints; _ final protection of all surfaces with a polysiloxane coating.

STUCCO AND PLASTER SURFACES Detailed study, also based on research of historical records conducted in collaboration with the Site Manager and the Scientific Manager, and collection of numerous samples to choose the correct paint colours and to repair the degraded surfaces (use of imitation travertine of the same colour as travertine); _ application of acrylic resin primer on all surfaces; _ application of two layers of limestone paint in aqueous solution; _ finishing of all stucco surfaces by sponge application of a film of watercolours and acrylic resin in aqueous solution to mimic travertine; _ finishing of all plaster surfaces by sponge application of a film of watercolours and acrylic resin in aqueous solution to mimic travertine.

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REFERENCES Lazzarini L., Laurenzi Tabasso M., Il restauro della pietra, Utet 2010. Alessandrini G., Feltrami C., Cordaro M., Torraca G., Patine, pellicole e patinature, in Diagnosi e progetto per la conservazione dei materiali dell’architettura, De Luca Editore, 1998, Roma. UNI Beni Culturali, Materiali lapidei naturali ed artificiali. Descrizione della forma di alterazione - Termini e definizioni, UNI Standard 11182:2006

media cleaning technolgy. The latest case history The cleaning process is a very delicate phase of the conservation work. In fact, it is an irreversible activity, which, if not carefully calibrated, can cause irreparable damages to the monument to be restored. Therefore, it is not possible to work with standard techniques, as every monument is a unique case on which it is necessary to calibrate the intervention mode specifically. This awareness is the root of the cleaning method proposed by IBIX; the structure of the equipment, their functions and adjustments, are specially designed to ensure the greatest control over the process, preserving the quality of the result. Effectiveness and potential damages are the two parameters that lead the cleaning result. The effects of the cleaning should therefore be evaluated considering the future outlook, in order to monitor the cleaning effects in the long term. The cleaning of the fountains, carried out partially with IBIX technologies, is an excellent example for the intervention process described above. The importance of the monument - requires the utmost care in defining the operating mode and it is an outstanding test for the cleaning level guaranteed by IBIX equipment. Describing the stages of the fountain cleaning (those concerning the use of IBIX technologies) is therefore a great way to explain the IBIX method. The intervention project consists of three phases: materials analysis, cleaning tests, results analysis. The correct execution of the sequence leads to the best cleaning process, which will be developed in the specific case of intervention.

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NANO Plus. It is a double functioning (dry/wet) aero-abrasive device, equipped with a special “quick connect” system and two easily interchangeable pistols, a standard H2O and an Helix

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stopping the abrasion. The work is carried out at low pressure, starting from 0.2 bar. On the Trevi Fountain, the equipment were used in the dry mode (without water). The material selected for the intervention was the almandite exrafine 200 mesh. It consists of sub-angular shaped grains of mineral stone: it is an all-natural, chemically inert mineral abrasive containing no toxic metals, silica, ferrite and/or carcinogenic substances. It is a very tough and effective material, but at the same time it allows an optimum selectivity of the cleaning process and enables to use very low operating pressure values. The media cleaning operations were performed with the HELIX gun, which is another important parameter of intervention. The Patented HELIX速 system consists in a special operating gun equipped with an original helical vortex nozzle design: this guarantees not only the maximum protection of the valuable surface patinas and historic coatings of precious artefacts, but also optimum worksite performance. This system exploits a combination of the Venturi effect, generated by the special conformation of the outlet cone, with a device that induces a helical rotary movement, in order to reduce considerably the air capacity required to operate the machine. The wider tangential contact area generated by any same working pressure guarantees up to 30% more in productivity. HELIX is a tool created specifically for the IBIX intervention project. Its particular features perfectly fit with the scientific approach described above. The application gun increases the distance of the operator from the surface minimizing invasiveness without losing the evenness and effectiveness of the cleaning and avoiding that the operator needs to make constant corrections, which can result in the definitive loss of the layers to be conserved. Thanks to the IBIX technologies, it has been possible, in important historical and architectural contexts, to satisfy completely the project requirements.

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CRYPTOPORTICUS, THE DOMUS TIBERIANA ON THE PALATINE INTRODUCTION

As reconstructed by Clemens Krause (see “Il Palatino area sacra sud-ovest e Domus Tiberiana�, Rome 1998), the Domus Tiberiana (the Palace of Tiberius) was bounded by the Clivus Victoriae to the north, by the so-called cryptoporticus of Emperor Nero to the east (still walkable today), by some premises partly open and partly closed towards the area of the Magna Mater to the south, and by a retaining wall called Bastione Farnesiano to the west. In substance, at least its oldest part corresponds to the current perimeter of the Farnese Gardens on the Palatine Hill. During the present inspection, the sole site of the cryptoporticus will be visited, because works in the Domus Tiberiana have been completed.

THE DOMUS TIBERIANA ON THE PALATINE

The large complex known as Domus Tiberiana is one of the most important on the Palatine and is made up by a succession of buildings which are badly inter-connected. Compared with the original configuration (Tiberius), in the period from Domitian to Hadrian (I -II cent. BC) there have been constant changes and expansions until reaching its current appearance (the part towards Via Nova) (Figure 1). The first phase, corresponding to the period of Nero, was characterised by a base comprising a casting of Roman concrete profiled with blocks of travertine. The phase under Domitian modified the Neronian scheme: the facade towards the Forum was reconstructed, completing the new front with a long loggia and transforming the Domus into a sort of offshoot of the great Palazzo which was built on the hilltop. Finally, Hadrian continued interventions: large arches were built which passed over the Clivus Victoriae, taking the front of the Palazzo up to Via Nova, with an architecturally spectacular result. 05

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At a later date, some tabernae were built on this front, probably also with the function of constituting a kind of buttress to contain the thrust of the wall, which was perhaps was originally intended to be internal and not a facade (Figure 2). The foundation ground of the original nucleus consisted of tuff rock, while the foundation layer towards the Roman Forum (Via Nova) consisted of silt-clay sediments from the Velabro, the course of which was diverted during construction of the Cloaca Maxima. The original structures (whose walls have thicknesses between 1.20 and 1.50 m) consisted of four levels: 1. Via Nova (23 m above sea level) 2. Clivus Victoriae (33 m above sea level, ground floor level) 3. Level 41 m above sea level (first floor) 4. Orti Farnesiani level 51 m above sea level (coverage) Most of the structures collapsed in ancient times and the remains were covered with soil, which permitted realisation of the gardens and terraces of the “Orti Farnesiani� on the upper level.

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In 1870, major excavations took place at the Roman Forum, and in 1900 the structures were uncovered: these excavations certainly negatively affected the stability of the structures facing the Forum. Around 1891, excavations were carried out in the area close to the Via Nova and on this occasion the walls of the orthogonal tabernae on Via Nova were restored. In 1960, the concrete brick floors covering the second level on the Clivus Victoriae were built, while in 1970 a first system of perpendicular metal tie-rods was put in place Via Nova to interconnect various detached walls. From 1985 for a period lasting around 10 years, a series of topographic measurements was carried. These measurements indicate that there are not only downward vertical movements (about 0.2-0.4 mm/year) with cyclic behaviour (probably of a seasonal climatic nature) but also a shift towards the Forum in a north-east direction with maximum values of 5 mm (1985-95). At the perimeter of the Domus towards the Forum, the surface layers have been eroded and covered by alluvial silt-clay deposits. In 2000, the “rigid� tie-rods were replaced by a system of new tie-rods (Diwidag bar type with diameter of 26 mm), anchored with leaf springs so as to have a deformable bond such as to maintain the substantially constant forces, independently of (or in any case little affected by) shifts induced by movements non-stabilised ground, as well as by thermal effects (Figures 3, 4, 5). A similar technique was applied to support the vaults of Palazzo Ducale in Genoa (Chap. ...) and for the vaults of the Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi (Chap. ...). In this way, it was possible to achieve a contrast against differential movements produced by soil sliding without, however, purporting to block them, thus avoiding dangerous concentrations of stresses. This intervention was associated with a monitoring system able to predict adverse developments and take timely corrective action, such as adjusting the tension in the chains, etc. Monitoring provided interesting data and, in particular, showed that the chains, as designed, undergo moderate cyclic variations due to thermal effects (of the order of 300 kg/sq. cm.). The relative displacements measured at the ends of the chains, which were slight, show that these do not significantly affect the stress state in the chains due to

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“flexible� anchorages made with the system of leaf springs (Figure 6). The most important lesions in the vast existing crack pattern, in particular those affecting the separation baffle between the 5th and the 6th spans, result in movement, even if with modest values.

DIAGNOSIS: STATE OF CONSERVATION, INSTABILITY, DEGRADATION

The state of instability that characterises the area in question can be broadly divided into two categories: the first concerns the problems affecting the entire structure as a whole; the second is related to events such as injuries, cracks caused by localised crushing or degradation of materials, etc. Even if on the one hand these local phenomena do not prejudice the global safety margin of the structure, on the other hand they reduce durability and can represent a source of danger for persons. The signs of instability that are detectable today are difficult to interpret in relation to historical phases of construction, soil dissimilarities, the effects of excavations that have followed one another over time, previous reconstruction and reinforcement interventions, as well as the earthquakes that more than any other event have contributed to collapses and instability (among the strongest earthquakes, we recall those of 434, 801, 847, 1347 and 1703 which caused major damage to the Colosseum. The structures which survived collapses, to which degradation and neglect also contributed, are affected by diffuse lesions, detachments, misalignments and material degradation. The front of the Forum is today completely detached from the body behind. Lesions affect all the transverse walls up to the terrace at the level of the Orti Farnesiani. Vertical lesions cross the two paved levels of the Domus up to the level of the Orti. The foundations of the northern part towards the Forum, as noted above, are subject to worse behaviour than those behind; the presence of silt-clay layers which affect the eastfacing zones more broadly than the west-facing zones, although of discrete mechanical characteristics, may have contributed to the instability that is detectable today, even though all the evidence suggests that earthquakes certainly played an essential role in collapses. Evaluation of the instability and forms of degradation that have affected the Domus is briefly described in the following paragraphs.

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The entire area is characterised by a marked crack pattern of complex interpretation, which has also been the subject of monitoring for some periods (Figures 7). This crack pattern was already evident from the times of the excavations and demolitions in the 19th century, at which time some 16th century structures of the Farnese were removed, in part also close to the structures in question, along the Via Nova. There are deep lesions of isolated or branched detachment on the orthogonal dividing spine walls at Clivus Victoriae, which show a tendency to detachment between the fronts downstream and upstream of the area in question, which are visible both internally and externally. Such lesions are evident on the bases in Roman concrete of some buttressses on the front along the Via Nova: in some areas the width is greater at the bottom and tends to narrow further up.

Vaults of areas between Clivus Victoriae and Via Nova

Even the vaults in concretion on the first level are affected by instability: most of these are visibly damaged by the fractures affecting the vertical walls (Figure 8).

Front on Via Nova and Tabernae

The same front displays localised sections of heavily damaged and disaggregated Roman concrete such as to require the necessary provisional props of pipes and joints (Figure (Figure 5.8.10).). The party wall between the structures of the Clivus Victoriae and the tabernae on Via Nova is detached from the structures behind it, and also presents significant lack of material in the thickness (Figure 10). The front of the tabernae on Via Nova consists of three levels of walls parallel to the Via Nova which are disconnected between them. These walls are affected by structural instability, to which continuous infiltration of rainwater has contributed.

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North-west corner

The corner area between the Via Nova and Via S. Teodoro has wide diagonal lesions that are probably due to the effect of earthquakes as well as settling of the soil that have occurred in the area (Figure 13 and Figure 14).

Structures upstream of Clivus Victoriae

The structures upstream of Clivus Victoriae are affected by a conspicuous crack pattern that seems to confirm the tendency to disconnection of the entire north-west towards the Via Nova and the Forum: in fact, some lesions affect the orthogonal dividing walls at Clivus Victoriae and are mostly feedthroughs with a vertical progression, while others affect arches, vaults and lintels running parallel to the clivus (Figure 15).

STRENGTHENING INTERVENTIONS General aspects

The interventions can be divided into global concerning the behaviour of the ensemble and local concerning individual elements. The global interventions essentially concern instability of the facade, and since it is currently neither necessary nor convenient to intervene on the foundations, the project is oriented towards recreating a structural continuity and containment of pressures, in addition to earthquakes. The system of 13

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The first operation under way concerns the compensation of lesions in the spine walls and vaults, integrating them in correspondence with the failures. However, the core problem of the current project concerns seismic protection for a building that is intrinsically vulnerable due to the different quotas of strength of the foundations and the unevenness of the land involved. Seismic improvement is based on reconstitution of the walll “box” by compensating for the lesions, giving the walls a tensile strength by means of the insertion of some enchainments. The mounting system has shown a substantial stability of the phenomena for which it was planned to replace the existing chains, anchored to the flexible leaf springs with new enchainments partly inserted inside the masonry, and therefore not visible. Parallel enchainments have also been inserted to the front of the Via Nova with a view to creating a behaviour of the whole, eliminating local phenomena of tilting of the front of the header, not opposed by the vault that originally was to cover the environment concerned by the ramp. Reorganisation of the “heart” of the Tiberian Complex also includes reconstruction of the vaults and orientation of the terraces that cover the Domus complex. The new vaulted structures are in pieces of tuff mixed with mortar made of natural hydraulic lime of different thicknesses depending on the light cover. 1

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CRYPTOPORTICUS The area of the Cryptoporticus occupies the central portion of the Domus Tiberiana and features a roughly square arrangement. 16

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This originally underground structure probably belonged to a network of galleries and passages running through the foundations of the Domus and apparently connected to the perimeter area now visible (along the Clivius Victoriae to the north, below the Bastione Farnesiano to the west, etc.). After being used as farming fields and as a place of spoliation of ancient materials throughout the Middle Ages and the Renaissance period, the area was eventually buried below the gardens of the Farnese family, which were built in the mid 16th century by cardinal Alessandro Farnese, who wished to ideally reconnect with the ancient Rome of the Caesars (VV. AA. “Palatino area sacra sud ovest e Domus Tiberiana”, Rome 1998 Maria Antonietta Tomei, “Scavi francesi sul Palatino, le indagini di Pietro Rosa per Napoleone III”, Rome 1999).

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Regarding its construction, the whole vault is opus coementicium, but it was probably strengthened (or thoroughly reconstructed) back in Roman times with the erection of a 60cm-thick false wall rising up to the brick abutments (with an outer face made of horizontal joints and a conglomerate core of inert bricks) and finished on top with concrete conglomerate and tufa blocks. This sheeting was probably required after some collapse, but its static function is actually null in the brick portion, as demonstrated by in-situ tests carried out with flat jacks (figures 19 e 20). Some works were started in May 2006 to make a number of underground areas accessible again. The works were supervised by architect Giuseppe Morganti with the help of “Studio Croci e Associati” for the structural issues, of archeologist Ernesto Monaco for survey and constructional interpretation and, in the latest years, of archeologist Andrea Schiappelli for the excavations.

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Generally speaking, structural damage consists in some deep cracks of the conglomerate vaulted roof crossing the barrel vault diagonally from the south-eastern corner along the springers, from one basement window to the next. This caused the blocks to slide for some centimeters along an oblique plan and resulted in the fall of large amounts of materials in proximity of one of the abutments (figures 22-25). The concerned areas were eventually brought back to safe conditions with a number of works over the years. Synthetically speaking, the works consisted in installing a number of supporting structures in the southern gallery, as necessary while entirely reversible interventions to guarantee safety. At the same time, the continuity of the masonry was rebuilt by means of injections into the cracks.

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A most severe damage to the structure consisted in subsidence of some portions, caused by the collapse of the caves or galleries found below, which in some cases resulted in the collapse of about 80cm-thick layers between the cap and the springer. Along the northsouth gallery, subsidence generated the collapse of the whole springers. (figures 27-30). The cracks are found along the whole north-south longitudinal stretch of the gallery, although damage entities get progressively less severe southwards. Among various lesions, a horizontal crack is visible along the western wall of the vault, running along almost its whole length. In the north-western corner area, it was understood that, at least for the western portion, the cause of damage lied in the collapse of a number of galleries and sewage plants. For the sake of safety, the collapsed areas were excavated and a number of underpinnings were erected with a view to rehabilitate the capacity of transferring load from the built structures to the ground.

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A team of skilled restorers and scientists have been working for years at the conservation of magnificent monuments that adorn the Square of Miracles (Piazza dei Miracoli) in Pisa. The first project involved the worldwide-famous Leaning Tower. In this case the surface conservation status was strongly influenced by the inclination of the tower, which accentuates the deterioration linked to natural aging of the materials and to the conservation history of the Tower. Studies and tests had shown that the major conservation problems were related to erosion and disintegration of the stone and to the presence of gypsum and limestone deposits. In the area under the slope, however, the particles which are not washed away by the selfshielding effect of the Tower itself, are deposited and cause the formation of black crusts. Diffuse cracks, fractures and detachments of fragments are evidence of crushing phenomena related to the inclination suffered by columns and capitals. The most appropriate methodologies for the restoration have been identified on the basis of the investigations results and direct experience gained in a project yard that took place in 2000, with the contribution of the European Union. Eleven cleaning systems, 5 products for consolidation, 18 types of mortars were considered appropriate and necessary for the conservative intervention. Among the cleaning methods, laser technology has been used successfully on the most damaged and exfoliated

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by many studies (3) (4) that the Nd:YAG lasers offer the best compromise of selectivity and efficiency, being also rugged enough to work in difficult conditions such as open air or on scaffoldings. It has been proven that, beside the wavelength, the pulse duration is a crucial parameter for the optimization of the laser-stone interaction (5) (6). In the 90s a novel fiber-coupled Nd:YAG laser emitting pulses of 20µs, the so-called Short Free Running (SFR) temporal regime was introduced (7): this pulse duration, intermediate between the very short pulses (Q-switched regime, 10ns pulse duration) and very long pulses (Free running regime, 500µs pulse duration) was proved to provide unique gradualness and self-termination performances without damaging the stone substrate. This new SFR system was massively applied in restoration works of historical façades (8) (9) (10), ancient archaeological artworks (11) and stone reliefs (12) and Renaissance masterpieces such as the Prophet Abacuc by Donatello, the Fonte Gaia in Siena by Jacopo della Quercia, panels of the Giotto’s campanile in Florence and many other works. Most of the discussion, which accompanied the early stage of laser cleaning application, concerning possible side effects due to laser irradiation of stones gradually reduced along the last decades thanks to systematic phenomenological and process-optimization studies that allowed to define the operative fluence ranges ensuring effective discrimination between the layer to be removed and the substrate underneath to be uncovered (13). Furthermore, also the well-known problem of the yellowish appearance associated with Q-switching Nd:YAG cleaning of white stones (14) has been thoroughly investigated (15) (16) and practically solved. Some studies showed that this chromatic appearance was due

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WORKSHOP SESSION to the partial removal of pigmented stratifications and/or to penetration of organic substances through the outer layer of the stone. The removal of alteration layers from stones can often be achieved by using the laser only but in many cases the combination of the laser with traditional chemical or mechanical methods may be needed or preferable. The laser cleaning of the capitals of both the Leaning Tower and the Cathedral in Pisa was performed after the imbibition of the black crust in water for one night to soften the crust itself and make it easier to be removed by laser. In general, the efficiency of the laser removal is increased if the surface to be treated is wet with water before the irradiation. This wetting produces two main effects: a refractive and an ablative one. The refractive effect leads to a decrease of reflectance for the wet sample, due to a change in the refractive index between the material and the air (less radiation is reflected away). Moreover, the voids in the material are filled and this causes a reduction of the optical diffusion effect (higher penetration). On the other side, for the ablative effect the fast vaporization of water penetrating into microcracks speeds up the material ejection. In conclusion, the conservation of the monuments in Piazza dei Miracoli in Pisa represented one of the last successful application of laser cleaning for the removal of black crusts from stone substrates. The optimization of the main laser parameters, supported by rigorous scientific investigations, is of crucial importance to spread the use of this innovative technique in the world of conservation of Cultural Heritage.

REFERENCES 1. Asmus, J. F. 1978, Technol.Conserv. 3, p. 14. 2. Asmus, J.F. 1986, IEEE Circuits Devices Mag. 2, p. 6. 3. Cooper MI, Emmony DC, Larson JH. 1992, Proceedings of the Seventh International Congress on Deterioration and Conservation of Stone, Lisbon, p. 1307. 4. Liu K, Garmire E. 1995, Appl. Opt. 34, p. 4409. 5. Siano S., Salimbeni R.,. 2001, Stud. Conserv. 46, pp. 269-281. 6. Salimbeni R., Pini R., Siano S. 2000, J. Cult. Heritage 4, pp. 72-76. 7. Margheri F, Modi S., Masotti L. et al. 2000, J. Cult. Heritage 1, pp. 119-123. 8. Bromblet P., Labourè M., Orial G. 2003, J. Cult. Heritage 4, p. 17S.

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9. Calcagno G., Koller M., Nimmrichter J. 1997, Restauratoren Blatter 39. 10. Calcagno G., Pummer E., Koller M. 2000, J. Cult. Heritage 1, p. 111. 11. Pouli P., Frantzkinaki K. et al. s.l. : Springer, 2005. LACONA V Proceedings. pp. 333-340. 12. AE, Delgado Rodrigues J. Charola. Jeronimos Monastery, the conservation intervention. Lisboa : Cadernos IPPAR, 2006, pp. 199-206. 13. Siano S., Agresti J., Cacciari I. et al. 2011, Appl. Phys A. 14. Vergès Belmin V., Dignard C. 2003, J. Cult. Heritage 4, p. 238. 15. Klein S., et al. 2001, Appl. Surf. Sci. 171, p. 243. 16. Siano S., et al. 2008, Laser Phys 18, p. 27.

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PAD 4 STAND B12-D13 CONFERENCES AT THE EXHIBITION OF FERRARA Registration for credits of professional education with Assorestauro staff

9.00–9.30 9.30–10.20

INTERNATIONALIZATION POLICIES ICE – Agency for the internationalization of Italian businesses: Supporting internationalization in the restoration sector Emilia-Romagna Go Global 2016-2020. The policies of support to business internationalization and the case of the restoration sector

Alessandra Capobianco

ICE

Ruben Sacerdoti

Regione Emilia Romagna

Giorgio Malfatti di Monte Tretto

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IILA cooperation initiatives in the restoration sector

Alessandro Zanini

Assorestauro

Cooperation between associations

Nicola Berlucchi

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International planning experiences

INTERNATIONALIZATION PROJECTS 2014-2016 10.20-10.35

Tatiana Vyatchanina

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RUSSIA: The Restoration School in Moscow

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Olcay Aydemir

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TURKEY: MED ART Turkey-Italy International project and the restoration of Sheik Sulayman Mosque

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Nelys Garcia

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CUBA: Italy-Cuba Cooperation in the restoration sector

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THE RESTORATION SECTOR IN THE TARGET COUNTRIES. OVERVIEW BY THE DELEGATES INVITED TO JOIN ICE – ASSORESTAURO INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP 11.15-11.30

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NORTH AMERICA

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Guillermo Garcia

SOUTH AMERICA

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Hassan Talebian

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Marco Martuscelli

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Alessandro Bozzetti

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International experiences of structural engineering and site management International experiences in National Vulnerability Assessment and Pilot Retrofitting in Buthan

12.45-1.00 pm Pasquale Crisci

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GBC HISTORICAL BUILDING PROTOCOL: INTRODUCTION Alessandro Zanini

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Cooperation between associations

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Seismic mitigation and sustainability

Marco Caffi

GBC Italia

Sustainability of built environments

Marcello Balzani

Università di Ferrara

Introduction to the conference topics

THEORETICAL OVERVIEW Freelance advisor

2.50-3.10 PM Nicola Berlucchi

How to adjust ancient buildings to modern requirements

SOME EXPERIENCES OF IMPLEMENTATION OF THE LEED PROTOCOL 3.10-3.30 PM Alberto Ballardini

Habitech

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F&M Engineering

The implementation of LEED EBOM Protocol in Ca’ Foscari, Venice The sustainable rehabilitation of Palazzo Ricordi in Milan and the implementation of LEED C&S Protocol

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Università di Ferrara

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Sustainable regeneration of historical buildings: a case study of implementation of GBC Historical Building Protocol

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Cà Foscari is the most ancient green building worldwide. LEED certification for the extant buildings of the 16th century residence has actually drawn attention to a crucial issue for Italy: the sustainable management of historical buildings. Green Building Council Italia developed the first ad hoc tool to provide the guidelines and assess the policies aimed at cutting the environmental impact of Italy’s historical heritage, while ensuring it remains thoroughfully preserved: GBC Historic Building protocol.

FOSCARI PALACE: FROM DOGE’S RESIDENCE TO UNIVERSITY HEADQUARTERS For centuries, Ca’Foscari has enchanted illustrious figures, renowned artists and visitors from all over the world. Its strategic and scenic location “facing the Canal” was one of the reasons that inspired Doge Francesco Foscari, governor of the Serenissima who bestowed his name upon the palace, to acquire the structure in 1452. He had it rebuilt according to architectural and stylistic criteria and rendered his home an extraordinary example of Venetian Gothic and a visual reference used as a guiding principle even in eras that followed. From the building, one can enjoy a unique panorama that spans from the Rialto bridge to the Accademia complex, exploited by artists throughout history to depict splendid vistas. Its position of prevalence over the Grand Canal has made it the ideal pier for the awe-inspiring floating stage, dubbed the Machina, which hosts the officials and marks the finish line for the Historical Regatta. Ca’ Foscari has always been the site where the winners of the Regatta were awarded. The palace reveals fleeting but beautiful glimpses: the ancient courtyard of Ca’ Giustinian with its outdoor staircase, the large courtyard inside Ca’ Foscari, surrounded by stark enclosures, the visible stone walls of the wells which were so elaborately decorated, the Gothic arches which provide a framework for both the waterway and land entrances along with the play of lightness and grace which characterize the majestic exterior facing the Grand Canal. Between 2004 and 2006 the Ca’ Foscari-Ca’ Giustinian complex underwent a painstaking restoration project (which won the prestigious Premio Torta), a significant challenge for architects and planners who married the historical and the modern all the while complying with the esteemed history of the structure and the heritage left by the work of Carlo Scarpa. In the 1930’s and the 1960’s, the renowned architect and Venetian designer was called upon to restore the present day Aula Magna Mario Baratto and the surrounding spaces. Scarpa’s innovative restoration project enhances the architectural style of the 1400’s, creating a play of light, lines and volume which merge tradition and modernity so beautifully. Inside the Aula Magna, there are two frescoes dating back to the 1930’s: “Venezia, l’Italia e gli studi “ (Venice, Italy and Education) by Mario Sironi and “La Scuola” (School) by Mario de Luigi. Both paintings clearly reflect the different meanings attributed to each painter’s vision of studies and cultural knowledge. Scarpa’s style is evident throughout the building, even in the doors and windows of the main entrance, the wall sconces on the ground floor and the silhouette of the hand railings of the cen-

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tral staircase. Since 1868, the palace has been the main seat of the prestigious Ca’Foscari University of Venice. It was founded by the noted economist Luigi Luzzatti as a Scuola Superiore di Commercio (Business College). The school emphasized not only the theory but also the practical side oriented to the in-depth examination of economic material with the purpose of supplying a specialized preparation to tradesmen and teachers. Right from the beginning, the study of Oriental and Occidental languages was developed, reflecting the multicultural vocation of the city on the lagoon. Currently, the university is structured into four macro-areas – Economics, Linguistics, Humanities and Sciences – which offer a wide range of choices of courses and research areas. Each year at Ca’Foscari University of Venice, there are approximately 20.000 students enrolled, 1.000 teachers, researchers and technical administrative staff and 3.000 graduates. The use of the building as University premises implied that considerable energy and water resources would be used. For this reason, the environmental and energetic performances of the building required to be improved, in accordance with LEED EB:O&M sustainability protocol, which eventually turned Ca’ Foscari into the most ancient green building worldwide. LEED EB: O&M certification, promoted by the US Green Building Council, certifies the degree of sustainability of buildings related to their operation, as well as to their management and maintenance. Water efficiency, supply drawn from renewable sources, green public procurement, sustainable mobility are all the fields considered by the Green Building Council where Ca’ Foscari proved to meet the requirements for certification. The virtuous management of plants and the sustainable policies of the University have helped reach such an ambitious achievement.

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WATER EFFICIENCY The modifications made on water taps, toilet tanks and water diffusers have improved efficiency and reduced the amount of potable water from a reference baseline of 7074m3/ year to a rate of 5.106m3/year which is a reduction of 28%: the equivalent to the average annual consumption of 31 residents in the province of Venice (Istat data).

ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND RENEWABLE ENERGY SUPPLIES Ca’ Foscari adheres to the Consip agreement “Energia Elettrica 10” (Electric Energy 10) which includes a specific Green Option, namely, 100% of electrical energy used for all the branches of the university is generated from renewable resources. The energy planning of the university already began for its other locations and involves the modernization of the infrastructure design by means of the installation of new high efficiency heaters and the maximization of the efficiency of the control center for these heaters. A continuous monitoring system has been installed for the analysis of the consumption profile and to identify specific strategies in the area of maintenance and servicing. In addition, viability studies have been effected and geared towards the improvement of energy efficiency with particular attention being paid to lighting, by means of substituting traditional light bulbs with high efficiency lighting options.

GREEN PURCHASING Currently at Ca’ Foscari, 60% of purchases are “green”, pertaining to both consumer goods and stationery (paper, toner, batteries, etc.) as well as to durable goods for the office (computers, printers, photocopiers and furniture. For example, an environmentally conscious criteria has been introduced for the use of printers in order to reduce waste and paper usage). The policy adopted by Ca’ Foscari has established an obligatory minimum which is among the highest in Italy. The university is also dedicated to reducing amounts of mercury by using high efficiency mercury free light bulbs for both interior and exterior lighting. The aim of Ca’ Foscari is to have at least 90% of the light bulbs purchased respect the general limit of mercury content (not more than 90 picograms of mercury per lumen-hour).

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WASTE MANAGEMENT Ca’ Foscari already adopted an experiment to implement differentiated waste collection (RADICA project) before the LEED project. Some of the measures undertaken in this area include the substitution of printed questionnaires, which at Ca’ Foscari amounted to approximately 60.000 copies a year. Virtual assessments permitted an annual reduction of 300 kg of paper. There was also the replacement of the traditional academic transcript with a digital version. This process led to economic savings of 80.000 euro per year. Thanks to existing administration policies and the implementation of Green Procurement at the Foscari Palace, users will be able to differentiate 80% of the total volume/weight of waste produced by consumer goods. As for the lifespan of durable goods, Ca’ Foscari favors suppliers and products that enforce a recycling program and re-use the parts of the equipment that still function.

LOW TOXICITY ENVIRONMENTALLY PREFERABLE CLEANING PRODUCTS 60% of the cleaning products used at a Ca’ Foscari is Ecolabel certified. Ecolabel is the European label attached to certain products or services which certifies they have a reduced environmental impact. The results obtained with LEED certification for Cà Foscari show the potential for the energy regeneration and, first and foremost, for the sustainable management of Italian historical heritage. The vast Italian historical heritage includes buildings that would benefit from deep regeneration; in fact, while preserving and making the most of their historical value, they need to upgrade their sustainability to guarantee a more efficient usage, reduce management costs and ensure a longer duration of investments. To meet the need for this kind of interventions, the first sustainability protocol specially conceived for historical buildings was recently launched in Italy under the name of GBC Historic Building, developed by the Green Council Building Italia (www.gbcitalia.org). This is an opportunity for universities, museums, church buildings and public administration premises to help the environment, as well as public finance, since savings could be allocated to other priorities. Today, these interventions should be a priority, as, if they are cleverly run like in this case, they cost nothing or very little and generate immediate payback.

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1979/1990. During this period, extensive alterations were made to the internal layout

of the rooms and functions, along with a number of maintenance and restoration works, including reparations of the rooftop, the consolidation and renewal of the floor slabs, and a sizable intervention of roof waterproofing.

THE BUILDING The Town Hall of San Benedetto Po is a typical nineteenth-century structure based on solid brick masonry, which has been the object of several modifications over time. These alterations turned the building into a complex and seismically vulnerable structure: during the history of the building, some local rigid reinforcements, brick and concrete floors were added, and the internal functional layout was changed. An earthquake in 2012 caused huge damage to the structure, which imposed urgent restoration works in the entire complex.

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ENDOSCOPIC ANALYSIS OF MASONRY The complexity of a building may be intrinsic in an apparently regular masonry and the works may be hindered by the need to preserve decorations or fresco-painted walls. The understanding of the quality of masonry is a key factor for planning seismic consolidation. To this end, endoscopic analysis offers an extremely reliable tool to identify weak areas that would be otherwise invisible (gaps, defective bedding, irregular brick pattern, core walling, etc.).

STRUCTURAL CONSOLIDATION WORKS A historical structure does not usually offer good box action, which makes it more vulnerable to damage owed to the separation between different structural elements. A modeling of the building makes a basis to make hypotheses and reckon the reaction to seismic stress mathematically. The execution of a 3-D mathematical model of finite elements is implemented with a number of possible solutions capable of preserving most of the original structure and, if

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required, adding some elements. The works executed in the Town Hall included the following solutions, among others: - introduction of horizontal metal chains across the building, at the vault extrados (areas were emptied to make room for the works); - construction of reinforced plaster wall. Clearly, the latter solution will not be viable in valuable historical buildings, but here the 3-D study of box action was intersected with the practical need to accomodate the offices in spaces of poor historical value. The benefits of the solution lie in user-friendly and cost-effective works, which were carried out in the new added elements only.

VAULT AND FLOOR CONSOLIDATION – DIFFERENT WORKS HELP MAXIMIZE EFFICIENCY The different elements of the building made the object of peculiar structural interventions aimed at conservation and seismic consolidation. To this end, the maximum compatibility of materials and the minimum impact on the valuable historic environment were the main criteria adopted for the selection of the most viable solutions. The tensile strength of the rooftop bearing structure was upgraded thanks to the introduction of wooden braces, which enhance the box action of the structure. The vaulted elements were consolidated by applying two-directional carbon fibre meshes glued with a pozzonala binder. The floors above them were built with a suspended double wooden panel type X-lam, which makes a stiff and self-bearing structure.

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WORKSHOP SESSION FINISHES The most precious elements of the building (cast plaster ornaments of ceilings and wooden floors) were made the object of rigorous restoration works. In the rooms deprived of decorations and original elements, thin plasterboard walls were built with a view to combining the need for structural consolidation with the energy and functional requirements arising from their destination of usage (offices open to the public). These false walls allowed to hide the installations, and therefore avoid tracing the extant walls or building visible ducts, but also to provide efficient thermal insulation with the help of mineral wool panels. The existing frames of doors and windows (either old or damaged by the earthquake) were replaced with new frames guaranteeing greater energy efficiency. The new outer frames are made of wood, while the frames in the cloister are insulated iron profiles.

INSTALLATIONS AND IMPROVEMENT OF ENERGY EFFICIENCY (CLASS A/B) The vertical ducts of all installations run outside the walls and inside the false plasterboard walls, so as to avoid any tracing or weakening of bearing elements. The conditioning and air exchange happens through fan coils. The production of refrigerated water is ensured by a refrigerating unit located in the attic, fed by a well. The production of hot water for the central heating occurs via a substation connected to the municipal heating network. Furthermore, the Town Hall is provided with installations for fire-detection, break-in alarm, video entryphone, structured cabling and video control. Reduction of energy consumption up to 82% referring ot the previous asset and seismic mitigation with an improvement up to 70%.

EXECUTION OF A WELL A well provided with an underground electrical pump was excavated in the inner courtyard, to feed the refrigerated unit. Advice by a geologist was seeked to determine the location of the well, its depth, its flow rate and the difference in temperature between the inlet water and outlet water. The integration of the well with the new installation machines helped maximize the efficiency and yield of the whole structure.

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Study of the efficacity of the method in the crypt of the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Assumptiuon in Cremona, damaged by rising damp. While in nature humidity plays an essential role for the growth and sustenance of life, if in excess, for instance in buildings, it may be noxious and cause severe damage. In fact, damage to plaster, salt efflorescence, stains and mold in the masonry of underground and groundfloors are often the result of the so-called rising damp inside walls. The crypt of the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Assumption in Cremona was affected by extensive damage caused by rising damp. The bishop of Cremona decided to choose among various methods available in the market the most convenient solution to counter the problem in such a wide a complex. Any mechanical interventions implying that the wall masonry bottom would be removed and replaced with materials capable of preventing damp from rising were discarded, as this method is likely to cause the structure to get damaged,

The cathedral of Our Lady of the Assumption is the most important Catholic church and the bishop’s see in Cremona, Lumbardy. It is a large Romanesque building, restyled in the Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque periods. Its interiors preserve remarkable artworks of sculpture and painting, including the tomb of Saints Marius and Martha and their sons Audifax and Abachum, a Christian family from Persia who suffered martyrdom in Rome, also known as “Sarcophagus of the Persian martyrs”

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WORKSHOP SESSION or even collapse or settle. Similarly, a chemical method whereby hydrophobizing substances are injected into the masonry to create a chemical barrier was rejected too, because the intervention, with several bores being drilled, would be too invasive. The crypt walls are made of marble, which excluded the chance of using any macroporous plasters, which feature high speed of evaporation and can rapidly absorb water from a wall and disperse it into the air. However, while capable of temporarily solving the symptoms of moisture, this method will not eradicate the problem. In February 2013, the bishop of Cremona resolved to install Genié, a solution based on the innovative electrophysical dehumidification technology using “multiple frequency impulses”. A study conducted by Luigi Soroldoni (scientific advisor for cultural heritage and professor at “Aldo Galli“ Academy in Como) and Umberto Casellato (former Associate Head of Research with IDPA – CNR) demonstrated that the problem was eventually solved. After 12 months from the installation, moisture in the walls fell heavily, by as much as 70% in some cases; after 16 months, the dehumidification process brought the rate of humidity of masonry down to a range between 2% and 4% (physiological rate in masonry).

HOW GENIÉ WORKS Genié generates an electromagnetic field inside the masonry, which interacts with the water molecules and prevents them from rising. Unlike other similar methods, which use monofrequency, Genié generates a train of impulses at different frequencies allowing to obtain guaranteed results on all types of masonry, regardless of the shape of their capillary pores and of their composition. Genié is installed by fixing it with four standard screw dowels and connecting it to a standard socket. 1_ Because water molecules are bipolar, they are attracted by electric forces into microscopic canals, also known as capillary pores. 2_Each molecule of water found in the ground can therefore migrate upwards through the capillary pores of the foundations into the walls of a building. 3_During its rise, water dissolves and carries with it any salts met on the way, which in turn are one of the main causes of plaster degradation. 4_The rise stops along a “0 potential” line, where capillary adhesion and gravity get balanced.

Genié is available in 10 models with a different range, and in two versions, Light and Pro. Genié is based on the innovative electrophysical dehumidification technology using “multiple frequency impulses”.

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Genié’s effects on rising damp.

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The vast crypt, carved during the Romanesque era but restyled in 1606, includes one nave and two aisles and preserves the tomb of Saints Marcellinus and Peter, dating from 1506.

The picture (left) shows one of 4 Genié devices mounted on the wall of the crypt of the Cathedral of Cremona

5_Here, the water found in the walls evaporates, it is released in the environment and replaced by more water rising from the ground. 6_Genié generates impulses capable of disturbing the electric forces of adhesion inside the capillary pores of walls. With a constant and targeted work, the installation brings the “0 potential” line down, by pushing water back into the ground. This helps stop mold and avert all risk of masonry degradation. After the walls are rehabilitated, they can be brought back to their original state, with no further risks of plaster damage, salt efflorescence, stains, mold, etc. Genié is totally safe and can be used in any living environment, even with children, old people or sick people. In fact, Genié generates an electromagnetic field inside the masonry, which does not interfere with human beings or with any electric or electronic appliances of sorts, including medical and sanitary apparels.

METHOD OF STUDY OF THE EFFICIENCY OF THE DEHUMIDIFICATION METHOD Sampling was performed through measurements of the humidity (free water) content with the thermo-gravimetric method, by calculating the weight balance after water was

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Plan of the crypt: the location of the 4 GeniĂŠ devices is marked with red colour.

eliminated by forced evaporation. Two samples of 3-5 g were collected in each examined area, by using a core-drill (18-20 mm wide), of which one at a depth of 0-10 mm and one at a depth of 50-150 mm, at floor level and at about 1.5 m above the floor, respectively. The samples were weighed with precision scales (sensitivity of 1 mg), stored in special glass containers and then put in a heater under controlled temperature (105° C) until they reached a constant weight. The balance between the initial weight and the post-drying weight expressed as a rate of the dry material represents the value of humidity found in the sample. To allow any future measurements after the dehumidification process or any further assessments, the wall was plugged with some specially conceived small cotto bricks, whose water absorption capacity is similar to the old bricks, so that they may be removed with no need for further core-drilling.

HUMIDITY MEASUREMENTS In February 2013, before dehumidification works, the wall showed visible damage from rising damp, and namely portions of plaster lifting and peeling off, and powdering of the painted layers, which are all the result of water movements and, above all, of the exchanges with the inner environment during evaporation and condensation.

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Overview of humidity rates over time

The measurements proved that moisture was present along the north wall, with particularly high rates at floor level, both superficially and deep into the masonry (10-16%). At about 1,5 m above the floor, the rate of humidity was normal for an underground environment (3-5% in areas A and B), but the rate grew inside the area C (14.%). The south wall too at floor level featured high rates of humidity deeper into the masonry (8-9%)and even at 1,5 m above the floor in the area E (8%). After seven months of operation of GeniĂŠ devices (1 device + 1 satellite installed on the south and on the north wall, respectively) a general reduction in moisture was remarked, with 30-40% falls in the dampest areas, both at floor level and at 1.5 m above the floor. After one year, the walls looked positively drier, with a remarkable fall in rates (70%), which reached the normal humidity levels of masonry. Some humidity (10-16%) was still found in two out of 12 spots on the north wall. After 16 months, the rates have stabilized at values of physiological humidity, except in the area A, which still features some humidity both inside the masonry (12%) and on the surface (8-9%). This may be due to microclimatic conditions and to the heavy content in salts of this portion of masonry.

CONCLUSION To conclude, after the installation of GeniĂŠ devices, the conditions inside the crypt improved sizably in general terms. The current stable conditions are confirmed by microclimatic data, which show that the north wall is cooler especially during winter, but is generally more prone to interstitial condensation in May and June, resulting in increased humidity inside the masonry. This sensitivity to interstitial condensation and the salt content are therefore the reason why moisture remains high in the area A, which will require a targeted intervention aimed at removing the salts.

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WORKSHOP SESSION The 5 areas of the crypt that were tested for humidity

CAPILLARY RISING DAMP Capillary rising damp is due to several physical phenomena. Being present in any soil, even in deserts, it is capable of permeating through the foundations and penetrating the walls through the natural capillary action. Especially historic buildings often do not have an adequate protection against capillary rising damp. Because they are dipolar, water molecules are pushed, if immersed in an electromagnetic field, from the negative pole (earth) upwards. Water dissolves and carries the salts from the soil and building materials; through the dissolved salts water becomes conductive. Along with the so-called “random molecular motion” (Robert Brown’s kinetic theory), alternating forces are produced, which increase the effects of

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DAMAGES CAUSED BY CAPILLARY RISE DAMP When dampness rises in the masonry, it causes serious damage to the walls, resulting in plaster detachment, salt efflorences and stains. Presence of dampnessi increase heat loss from the building and colder masonry leading to condensation. Dampness also provides fertile ground for mould, with serious consequences on the health of those who live in places that are affected. The damage can range from simple colds to allergies and asthma, from gastrointestinal and dermatological diseases to the proliferation of mould spores in the organism.

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The “Veneranda Fabbrica del Duomo” in Milan: april a peculiar approach to conservation

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FOREWORD The new expanded Museum of the Cathedral in Milan, inaugurated late in 2013, is the last accomplishement by the Veneranda Fabbrica (the trust catering for the preservation and maintenance of the Cathedral) in the conservation and enhancement of the sculptural heritage of the Cathedral. The project engineering and realization implied the allocation of considerable means and resources, which were however deemed necessary and inevitable by the Board of Trustees to reach the ultimate goal of making the most of the artistic heritage they are responsible for. The large affluence of visitors (amounting to some 1,000 daily during the Expo exhibition) is witness to the successful achievement of the intervention, which involved the contribution of several historians and art experts, restorers, designers and qualified workers. The creation of the new Museum also highlighted the peculiar character of the Cathedral System: a centuries-long bond between the Cathedral, the Fabbrica and the Archives, as well as manual work excellence and the recourse to artistic expression as a natural communication medium. Sculpture remains a living thing and a privileged form of expression, as witnessed by the recent temporary while stimulating exhibition of some works of historic and contemporary art.

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WORKSHOP SESSION THE CATHEDRAL OF MILAN AND ITS CANDOGLIA MARBLE Beside exhibiting extraordinary artefacts, the new Museum implicitly tells the story of the construction of the cathedral and of its most important structural material, i.e. Candoglia marble. The bond between the edifice and the material is stronger here than in most other constructions. The exceptional aspect in the case of Milan Cathedral lies in the fact that each block of Candoglia marble too has a special and very peculiar story to tell about its geological characteristics, about the evolution of quarrying and working methods, about its interaction with the environment and with other materials. “...Nature...wished to leave a small mark, almost a thin cascade of the purest water, as the quarry in Candoglia may appear at first sight, plunged in a dark and austere environment (...) in the fairly barren valley of the Ossola”. With these words, still suggestive and stimulating today, Carlo Ferrari da Passano described the beautiful quarry at the mouth of the Toce Valley fifty years ago. Candoglia marble is known to have been used since the Roman times, though for limited purposes. In 1386, the duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo Visconti started, with all the inhabitants of Milan, the construction of the great Cathedral. The emissaries of the Veneranda Fabbrica, bearing the Letters Patent now preserved in the archives of Milan, scanned the land of the Viscontis to its boundaries and eventually chose this rare saccharoid limestone as the material of their liking. Since then and for some seven centuries uninterruptedly, all the marble extracted from Candoglia quarry was meant to adorn the Cathedral, but for few exceptions.

STATUARY AS A KEY ELEMENT IN THE DECORATION OF THE CATHEDRAL “ In Gothic art, architecture and sculpture always live a happy marriage. This is all the more true – and easily appreciated – in the Cathedral of Milan, which can be considered as a unique and inimitable monumental sculpture, or rather an immense and complex architectural sculpture”. This elegant rhetorical statement opens a study on the sculpture of the Cathedral by Ernesto Brivio, which continues: “ …The architecture of the Cathedral makes a whole with its sculpture. You only need to make a small effort of imagination, remove from the current view all sculpted elements, the ornamental statues as well as the elegant and creative marble lace of rampant arches and “falconature”; then, you will obtain a humiliated architecture, to the point it gets poor, inexpressive or even erased, and what will be left would be an unrecognizable, void and bleak container of a space far less charming than this.” Without thinking too much about the very complicated issue of the artistic importance of the sculpted elements in the figurative system of the Cathedral, you will certainly grasp the evident truth in Brivio’s words. All statues are made of this special material, Candoglia marble, which invariably stupefies the restorers who take care of the numerous population of statues exposed to weathering. Consider, for instance, the basement section of Saint Quintilian standing on top of the small spire named Gugliotto Pestagalli, shown in Figure 1. All in all, the statue is not in bad conditions, although it is still the original one, carved together with the spire in the mid 19th century. The statue, however, shows a deep crack in the foot, which runs along the vein of the marble. Now consider the huge cost of erecting a service scaffold to restore the spire (see Figure), mounted above the springer of the dome cladding, that is, about 60 metres above the square. Clearly enough, the scaf-

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WORKSHOP SESSION fold cannot be kept there for long years, because of its cost. It is therefore urgent to make a decision about the stability of the statue. After a careful study, seeking the advice of restorers and of the qualified marble experts of the Fabbrica, as well as of the site manager and foremen, the decision was taken to keep the statue in place and consolidate the basement with a number of convenient solutions. Decisions of this kind have been taken on a daily basis in the centuries-long history of the Fabbrica. Statues have been often replaced, when their own safety or the safety of their support could not be guaranteed. In these cases, a statue is removed, brought in the Marble Yard and hand-copied by the sculptors working for the Fabbrica, with the same skills of the craftsmen who have worked with this method for six centuries and ensuring the consistency of a historical tradition handed over to them. Nonetheless, constant efforts are made to improve the maintenance methods so as to postpone or even avoid such extreme measures. The Politecnico University of Milan frequently collaborates with the Fabbrica to develop these improvements. In particular, the main façade, where restoration works have been recently completed, makes the object of a special conservation research. Hence, the collection of the original statues or ancient copies, removed from their original position over the centuries, makes quite a meaningful number today; therefore, the Fabbrica decided it was time to improve their exhibition. This is why the Museum of the Cathedral has been reorganized and almost doubled in space since 2013, while being still accomodated in the groundfloor of the Royal Palace.

THE NEW MUSEUM OF THE CATHEDRAL Since the late 2013, the New Large Museum of the Cathedral has allowed Milan citizens (whom the Cathedral belongs to!) to enjoy the view of the stunning artefacts gathered during seven centuries of history. The new exhibition itinerary is intended to tell the story of the Cathedral while keeping the visitors’ attention high and stimulating their curiosity. To this end, the character of the exhibition halls constantly changes, offering twists and turns similarly to what happens in a drama plot, by growing or diminishing the number of exhibits in the halls, alternatively enlarged or compressed in space, and enhanced or reduced in height. The rich collection of sculptures was disseminated in a chronological order and mounted so as to evoke their original location on the high outer walls and spires, or on the capitals inside the Cathedral. This way, while grouped together inside the Museum for reasons of space, the statues stand out as individual exhibits, because they are set against specially conceived backdrops to suggest their original location on top of buttresses and pillars. The itinerary follows an orderly chronological criterion: the exhibition starts from the statues of the first spire, named Guglia Carelli; goes through the 15th century sculptures of the Visconti and Sforza periods, with a break of intimate meditation offered by the spiritual insight of the Borromeo family during the Spanish domination; continues with the enthusiatic upswing of activity of the late 18th century; ends with the 19th century completion of the originally conceived cycle (the Heavenly Jerusalem, surrounded by Saints, Prophets, Angels and Cherubs). While the sculpture heritage still ornates the high walls of the Cathedral in the locations assigned to them as the Cathedral kept evolving and completing, the Museum offers scholars and visitors alike the chance to enjoy a close view of the works of art. With the aim of keeping alive the sensitivity to this artistic and expressive language, during the Universal Exposition now approaching its end, the Veneranda Fabbrica thought it almost natural

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Dome facade before demolition of 1587, Alessandro Nanni, XVII cent. (Bernardo Poccetti copy)

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Medieval Facade model

Focus on: The Museum of “Opera del Duomo” in Florence

The architectural and installation project THE PROJECT The opportunity to work on the Opera Museum’s extension, after an initial project created for a closed competition promoted by the Opera di Santa Maria del Fiore, arose in 2005 and continued in its project phases until the year 2009. It was an extremely important operation, given the need to double the surface area of the pre-existing museum and the consequent opportunity to rework it entirely based upon the new exhibition requirements. The works of the collection were of such significance as to require extraordinary planning. This was compounded by their specific nature of works of sculpture, linked inseparably to the architecture, partly as they originated from the very façades of the monuments and partly as they were designed to adorn the interiors of the Cathedral and the Baptistry.

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In 2012 they were supplemented, at the end of a complex restoration performed by the Opificio delle Pietre Dure, by the famous Gates of Paradise, while the choice was made to recover in the museum also the other two doors of the Baptistry, still to be restored. The new museum architecture therefore set the difficult task of containing and enhancing works symbolic of the whole of Renaissance art, with the prohibitive desire to reconstruct a full-size model of the old façade of the Duomo, dismantled in 1587, to reposition the fourteenth and fifteenth-century statues in their original locations. In this museum intervention, the design of the architecture and the installation of the works were carried out in a unitary and almost inextricable operation, given the Principal’s desire to entrust to the same group of architects the different project interventions, starting with the general building renovation and moving on to the most minute details of the installation. Based upon the grandiose museum project prepared by Monsignor Timothy Verdon, it was thus possible to rework the entire configuration of the museum and its parts, thanks also to the contribution of top specialists in disciplines linked to construction and exhibition.

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FOCUS ON... THE PRE-EXISTING MUSEUM The Museo dell’Opera del Duomo, after the renovation and museological reorganisation in 1998-99, designed by the architects Luigi Zangheri and David Palterer, was split into three above-ground levels, in addition to the basement which only accommodated the plant rooms. The indoor courtyard with lifts and staircases was the main connection point, alongside the historic large staircase linking the ground floor with the first floor. Through a connecting room, you reached the Sala dell’Antica Facciata which, built to plans by Castellucci in the Thirties of the twentieth-century, housed some masterpieces of Gothic and Renaissance sculpture. The mezzanine floor was only home to the Sala della Pietà, the positioning of which had the advantage of giving great visibility to the sculpture by Michelangelo, but it was completely inadequate from a size perspective. The flaw of the old museum was essentially the absence of any display logic in the succession of works, positioned in the various halls on the basis of their gradual accumulation, following the numerous extensions.

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FOCUS ON... Pietà Bandini by Michelangelo (XVI cent.)

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FOCUS ON... THE PREMISES OF THE FORMER GARAGE OF THE DUOMO In 1999 the Opera del Duomo di Santa Maria del Fiore purchased the premises of the former garage of the Duomo adjacent to the museum, arranged over a surface area of 1,950 sq m, mostly distributed in the large volume once occupied by the Teatro degli Intrepidi. The Theatre environment, after the transformations from 1914 onwards, was, before the works, similar to an industrial outbuilding in the heart of Florence. The volume, altered several times over the last century, lacked valuable characteristics in terms of its architectural elements or in its finishes; the hall and the gallery had cement flooring.

THE INTERVENTIONS

Cantorie Room, by Donatello and Luca Della Robbia (XV cent.)

Inside the complex, interventions were carried out in different ways depending on the various parts. As part of the restoration and structural consolidation, the spaces of the former garage were redeveloped: new structures organised the internal distribution system, creating galleries and levels. Two new compartmentalised staircases were added to the historical large stairway with the aim of improving the distribution of the museum’s accesses and escape routes. The roof of the great hall was completely rebuilt, with a mesh metal structure, equipped with a skylight on the side facing north-east. The intermediate arm between the existing museum and the volume of the former garage was redeveloped and reorganised so as to create from it a large linear gallery. By re-composing the pre-existing volumes and increasing the height, a new level was created overlapping the former Sala di Bonifacio VIII and the side rooms of the former garage. In the rest of the existing museum, the interventions were limited to the bare essentials, without seeking to erase the design layers that had been added over time, from the museum creation in the late nineteenthcentury to the subsequent twentieth-century interventions.

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FOCUS ON... THE SERVICE AREAS The service areas are, for any museum, the functional heart of the building that allow for the correct running of exhibitions and the museum as a whole. In the Opera Museum, the service areas are now gathered together into some main groups: the services unit at the entrance, the services unit in the basement, the services unit in the shared courtyard with the section for temporary exhibitions, the offices unit, the new teaching workshops unit and the indoor plant rooms unit. Putting into figures the project operation, the useful surface area increased from the previous 2,432 sq m to the 5,882 sq m of the new museum, amounting to a volume of 32,025 metres cubed. The gross surface area of the complex now amounts to approximately 7,000 sq m, along with 400 sq m of internal courtyards and terraces. The permanent exhibition surface area increased from 1,127 sq m to 2,534 sq m, and it displays 750 works of art.

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INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS

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TURKEY

RESTORATION OF THE SHEIK SULEIMAN MESCIDE

From the autumn 2016 the Centre will be the headquarter and the symbol of the cooperation between Italy and Cuba Head organization: MISE - ICE Executive Partners: Assorestauro - FLA FederlegnoArredo Cuba Partner : OHC - Oficina del Historiador de La Habana Vieja

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP SEMINAR, VISITS TO ARCHEOLOGICAL AREAS AND B2B meetings

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associazione italiana per il restauro architettonico, artistico, ur italian association for architecture, art and urban restoration

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TRYECO 2.0 SRL Via Poledrelli 21 - 44121 Ferrara Tel. +39 05321915354 info@tryeco.com - www.tryeco.com

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Tryeco 2.0 concentra al suo interno svariati tipi di attività, grazie alla presenza di collaboratori con diverse competenze, legate all’acquisizione e rappresentazione solida o virtuale di un oggetto, di un contesto o di un concept. L’azienda riunisce i servizi attorno alla prototipazione rapida in gesso, nuova tecnologia che richiede strumentazioni specifiche, acquisite dall’azienda e poco diffuse nel territorio nazionale. Attraverso la prototipazione il lavoro si suddivide in diverse attività: realizzazione di modelli architettonici; collaborazione con musei e sovraintendenze per la realizzazione di copie di opere d’arte scultoree, lavoro in cui la prototipazione è affiancata da operazioni di scansione laser e elaborazione del modello digitale; realizzazione di oggetti di design o personalizzati, delle forme e dimensioni più svariate, per cui è possibile effettuare anche la modellazione tridimensionale; L’altro settore in cui Tryeco si inserisce è quello della comunicazione multimediale attraverso la realizzazione di animazioni e video spesso accompagnati da elaborazioni tridimensionali dei contenuti. Principalmente le richieste per questo genere di lavoro arrivano da enti ed aziende promotori di manifestazioni fieristiche o alla ricerca di spot promozionali di progetti di design. La gestione di un buon numero di conoscenze tecniche, a livello di tecnologie, hardware e software, consente l’ibridazione dei prodotti e dei processi per un miglior risultato, un minor spreco di tempo e un miglior controllo delle attività interne. The firm develops several kinds of activities thanks to a team whose members have different abilities mainly in the field of the take-over and compact(solid)or virtual display of an object, an environment(context) or a concept. The company focuses its work and provides its services on rapid chalk prototyping, a new technology which requires specific equipment, purchased by the firm and still barely used in the country. Prototyping allows many activities such as: execution of architectural models; cooperation with museums and “sovrintendenza” (regional boards for the preservation of cultural heritage) for the execution of copies of sculptural works of art where prototyping is supported by laser scanning and digital model processing; execution of design or customized objects, in any shape or dimension to obtain a tridimensional modeling Tryeco also focuses its attention and work on the field of multimedia communication , carrying out videos and animations often with tridimensional processing of the contents. This kind of service is mainly requested by public authorities or firms sponsoring exhibitions in trade fairs or advertising design projects. A specific and technical knowledge and high hardware and software competence allow hybridization of products and processes so has to obtain the best result, with no a waste of time and a better control on the internal activities.

ANNO DI FONDAZIONE: 1977 CERTIFICAZIONI: Di prodotto FILIALI: Cisterna di Latina (LT)

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UMIBLOK SRL Via Fiumazzo, 85 - 48022 Lugo (RA) Tel. +39 0545 22163 - Fax +39 0545 909056 umiblok@libero.it - www.umiblok.it

L’azienda nasce nel 1977 con il nome “SANA CASA”, l’attività principale era il recupero delle murature contro l’umidità capillare ascendente. Nel 1987 deposita il proprio sistema e marchio “UMIBLOK” ed inizia la produzione di attrezzature specifiche per l’edilizia. L’azienda si estende, partecipa a fiere specializzate nel settore , è conosciuta sia in campo nazionale che estero, esegue lavori di massima importanza su monumenti e presenta svariati brevetti. Dal 1998 la ditta “SANA CASA” viene conferita nella “UMIBLOK S.r.l.”, la quale continua la stessa attività e brevetta un nuovo taglia-muro il quale oltre a creare una barriera impermeabile alla base della muratura contro l’umidità di risalita, riesce ad assorbire le vibrazioni provenienti dal sottosuolo. Since 1977, work to repair and conserve masonry damaged by moisture.

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Unicalce è il principale produttore italiano di calce calcica, dolomitica e prodotti derivati con 12 stabilimenti su tutto il territorio nazionale per una capacità produttiva di 2 milioni di tonnellate a cui si affianca la nostra linea di premiscelati Premier con 4 siti produttivi. Produciamo e sviluppiamo soluzioni necessarie per gran parte del tessuto produttivo nazionale: ambientale, energetico, manifatturiero e delle costruzioni.

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Unicalce is the leading Italian producer of calcium and dolomitic lime and derivatives with 12 plants all over the country with a production capacity of 2 million tonnes, together with our line of Premier premixed material with 4 production sites. We manufacture and develop products necessary for most of the national productive infrastructures: environmental, energy, manufacturing and construction.

Via Ponti 18 - 24012 Brembilla (BG) Tel. +39 0744 756040 - Fax +39 0744 756029 premier@unicalce.it - www.premierpremiscelati.it

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Università - attività di ricerca nel campo del restauro. University - research in the restoration sector.

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Via Antonio Gramsci, 53 - 00199 Roma Cell. +39 338 7348544 archbellanca@hotmail.com - archbellanca@libero.it

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SYREMONT SPA Largo Antonio Sarti 4 - 00196 Roma Tel: 06 3220880 - Fax: 06 3220881 info@syremont.it - www.syremont.it

www.assorestauro.org ANNO DI FONDAZIONE: 1987 CERTIFICAZIONI: ISO 9001:2008 - OG02 II classe, OS02-a I classe, OS06 II classe

Syremont spa nasce nel 1987 dal Gruppo Montedison da cui eredita una specifica competenza sui fluorurati. Dopo 26 anni al servizio della ricerca, diagnostica, restauro dei beni culturali in tutto il mondo, oggi Syremont è in grado di offrire una più ampia gamma di servizi integrati focalizzati sulla gestione degli assets culturali: I nostri servizi sono principalmente basati su: ricerca scientifica e tecnologica a supporto di prodotti per il restauro (Linee Akeogard® Edilgard®); progetti e interventi di restauro e conservazione; disinfezione di materiali organici (sistema VELOXY®); progettazione e ingegnerizzazione tecnologica e impiantistica finalizzata alla manutenzione e/o creazione di asset culturali e paesaggistici per la fruizione e divulgazione: musei, mostre, eventi suoni e luci, visite guidate spettacolarizzate, parchi tematici, media production, comunicazione e marketing. Ciclo produttivo. Analisi fattibilità modelli di gestione – progettazione – opere – gestione. Syremont begins in 1987 within the Montedison Group from which it inherits a specific competence in fluorinebased chemicals. After 26 years devoted to research, diagnostics and to the restoration of cultural heritage sites all over the world, Syremont is today a company specialized in a wide range of integrated services mainly focused on the management of cultural assets. Our full integrated working program is based on: a scientific and technological research centered on restoration and conservation products and services (Akeogard® Edilgard® lines); the planning of restoration and preservation and interventions; disinfection of organic materials (VELOXY® system); services related to the designing, planning, engineering and realisation of cultural and environmental assets, intended for public fruition and divulgation, such as museums, exhibits, sound and light events, spectacularised guided tours, theme parks, media production, communication and marketing. Production cycle. Management models analisis – design – intervention - management.

La società TECNARIA produce connettori per solai misti legno-calcestruzzo, acciaio-calcestruzzo e calcestruzzo-calcestruzzo. Le strutture collaboranti trovano sempre più frequente impiego sia per il rinforzo di solai esistenti che per la realizzazione di nuovi solai con caratteristiche migliori. I connettori sono stati testati secondo le più recenti normative europee. Offriamo anche un ampio servizio di assistenza per il progettista.

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TECNARIA produces connectors for composite floors made of timber and concrete, steel and concrete and concrete and concrete. Composite structures are increasingly used to strengthen existing floors as well to build new floors with enhanced characteristics. The connectors have been tested according to the most recent European regulations. We also offer technical assistance to the designer.

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Viale Pecori Girardi 55 36061 Bassano del Grappa (VI) Tel: 0424 502029 - Fax: 0424 502386 info@tenaria.com - www.tecnaria.com Il marchio Tecnova Group nasce per soddisfare nel mondo dell’industria edilizia le richieste sempre più esigenti di imprenditori e progettisti, offrendo una serie di soluzioni efficaci e innovative. Il leitmotiv che ispira la nostra mission è: “non offriamo semplici prodotti, ma soluzioni”. Per la realizzazione di questo obiettivo, Tecnova Group ha ricercato le migliori tecnologie presenti in tutto il mondo, nel campo della protezione e della durabilità delle opere murarie e del calcestruzzo, del restauro, del risparmio energetico e della deumidificazione, diffondendole con successo crescente nel mercato italiano ed estero.

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Via delle Industrie 21 (sede legale) Via Idrisi 2 T (sede operativa) 95041 Caltagirone CT Tel. +39 0933 56553 - Fax+39 0933 56553 info@tecnovagroup.it - www.tecnovagroup.it

Tecnova Group distribuisce in esclusiva per l’Italia i prodotti Thermoshield, Evercem, Geniè. Creation of Tecnova Group brand meets worldwide demands in the construction industry, offering a range of innovative and effective solutions. Company’s mission is: “We don’t offer simply products but solutions! “To reach its goal, Tecnova Group searches worldwide best technologies in the fields of concrete’s protection and durability, restoration, energy saving and rising dump dehumidification. Tecnova Group offers eco-friendly products, tested and verified in the laboratory as in practice.Tecnova Group is exclusive distributor in Italy of Thermoshield, Evercem and Genie.

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T&P è nata nel 1978 sotto altra denominazione, partendo dalle pulizie generiche ha nel tempo acquisito il know-how e le competenze necessarie per affermarsi come impresa di puliture specialistiche e trattamenti conservativi a livello internazionale. L’esperienza acquisita ci permette oggi di portare alle condizioni originarie tutti i tipi di superfici dagli arredi urbani agli edifici storici. Grazie all’esperienza dei nostri operatori e del reparto R&D abbiamo eseguito lavori di pregio tra i quali la pulitura dei piloni in pietra della Torre Eiffel a Parigi, la facciata esterna dell’ambasciata Italiana a Mosca e piazza Duomo a Milano.

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Via Giancapo 16 - 35030 Carnavese Santa Croce (PD) Tel. +39 049 9900324 - Fax +39 0422 1760939 nicola.capomasi@gmail.com www.capomasi.com www.stoneaid.ca

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Starting out from general cleaning in 1978, we gradually focused on specialized cleaning, thus developing that very know-how and competence that today enable us to restore the original intact conditions of all kinds of surfaces and constructions, from street furniture to historic buildings,Thanks to our operators’ expertise and thanks to our R & D Team, constantly striving for an up-to-date performance, we cleaned the base pylons of the Eiffel Tower in Paris , the exterior walls of the Italian Embassy in Moscow, the Square of the Milan Cathedral.

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CERTIFICAZIONI: iso 9001 - Iso 14001

Società di servizi per la DIAGNOSTICA ed il MONITORAGGIO applicate all’architettura, all’ingegneria, alla geologia,al l’archeologia ed all’agricoltura di precisione. SOING ha sviluppato negli anni un APPROCCIO INNOVATIVO per la progettazione e la realizzazione dei propri servizi tenendo al centro le tecniche di indagine geofisiche di tipo indiretto, e per tanto classificabili come non invasive, applicate senza l’estrazione di campioni e senza l’alterazione irreversibile delle superfici. Tale approccio conoscitivo non invasivo, in situazioni particolari come ad esempio per problemi strutturali e di valutazione della vulnerabilità sismica degli edifici storici, viene affiancato da un limitato numero di prove tradizionali non distruttive e semidistruttive classiche, oppure di prove dirette come scavi/saggi, prelievo di campioni e analisi di laboratorio.

SO.IN.G. STRUTTURE E AMBIENTE SRL Via Nicolodi 48 - 57121 Livorno Tel. +39 0586 426710 - Fax + 39 0586 443552 soing@soing.eu - www.soing.eu La SPC s.r.l. ha sviluppato nel corso degli ultimi 25 anni una esperienza unica ed un know-how interno specifico raggiungendo l’eccellenza nel campo dell’ingegneria strutturale con una esperienza oramai riconosciuta in tutto il mondo nella conservazione delle strutture e delle architetture del patrimonio culturale mondiale. Soci e rappresentanti legali sono: l’Ing. G. Croci, l’Ing. A. Bozzetti, l’Ing. F. Croci, l’Arch. A. Herzalla e l’Ing. C. Russo. Le attività principali includono: l’analisi ed il rinforzo strutturale di edifici esistenti, la progettazione di strutture moderne ad elevata complessità utilizzando tecniche e materiali all’avanguardia, il restauro ed il consolidamento di monumenti, indagini e diagnostica di strutture e materiali incluse prove di laboratorio ed in sito, project management di progetti di ingegneria civile ed architettura.

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Viale Marco Polo 37 - 00154 Roma Tel. +39 06 5746625 - 06 5747860 Fax +39 06 5746335 mail@spc-engineering.it www.spc-engineering.it

The SPC s.r.l. has been developing a unique experience and a proprietary know-how for the past 25 years reaching the excellence in the structural engineering with worldwide recognised experience in preservation of cultural heritage structures and architectures. Partners and Legal Representative are Ing.G.Croci, Ing.A. Bozzetti, Ing.F.Croci, Arch.A.Herzalla and Ing.C.Russo. Principal activities include: analysis and strengthening design of existing buildings; design of new modern complex structures using advanced techniques and materials; consolidation and restoration of monuments; investigations and diagnostic on structures and materials, including on-site and laboratory tests; project management of civil engineering and architectural projects.

ANNO DI FONDAZIONE: 2011 (2003)

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Studio AERREKAPPA S.R.L. progetta, dirige e realizza lavori di restauro di edifici storici e di ristrutturazione di immobili privati e pubblici, con materiali e tecniche innovativi quali intonaci e pavimenti biocompatibili, impianti termici a parete e a pavimento, illuminazione tramite LED, sistemi domotici, pannelli solari, sistemi di climatizzazione ad evaporatori passivi e camini solari. Sensibile alle problematiche del risparmio energetico e di una architettura ecosostenibile, opera a Lecce dal 2011 come naturale evoluzione dello Studio Associato fondato nel 2003 da Cristina Caiulo, architetto, e Stefano Pallara, ingegnere.

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Sede operativa: via Vittorio dei Prioli 32 - 73100 Lecce Sede legale: via Don Bosco 26 - 73100 Lecce Tel. +39 0832 307085 - Fax +39 0832 307085 info@studioaerrekappa.com www.studioaerrekappa.com

Studio AERREKAPPA S.R.L. was founded in 2011 by Cristina Caiulo, architect and Stefano Pallara, engineer. Its field is the restoration of historical heritage and the renovation of private and public property, paying attention to the problems of energy saving with innovative technical plants, especially of lighting system, domotic technique, solar panels, air conditioning systems and evaporators passive solar chimneys.

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Via Soncin Rotto 4 - 25122 Brescia Tel: 030 291583 - fax: 030 45248 nicolaberlucchi@studioberlucchi.it www.studioberlucchi.it

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La Società Berlucchi srl venne costituita nel dicembre 1981 dai Fratelli Francesco e Roberto Berlucchi proseguendo l’attività professionale del padre Ing. Antonio. Oggi, la Società si occupa di Progettazione e Restauro e si suddivide in 2 settori distinti. L’Ing. Roberto Berlucchi è responsabile del settore Progettazione, mentre il figlio, Ing. Nicola Berlucchi coordina il settore Restauro. Lo Studio Tecnico della Società Berlucchi può contare su un organico composto, oltre che dai due soci, da un gruppo di nove collaboratori tra Ingegneri, architetti e geometri. The company Berlucchi srl was established in December 1981 by the brothers Francesco and Roberto Berlucchi, carrying on the professional activity of their father Eng. Antonio. Today, the company works on new buildings and on restorations and is divided in two sections: Eng. Roberto Berlucchi is responsible of the Designing division, meanwhile his son, Eng. Nicola Berlucchi is responsible of the Restoration division. The designing team is composed by two senior partner engineers and nine employees (engineers, architects and technicians).

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Via Ormea 67/B - 10121 Torino Tel. +39 011 6694675 - Fax +39 011 6694675 realerestauri@tiscali.it - www.realerestauri.com

www.assorestauro.org ANNO DI FONDAZIONE: 2000 CERTIFICAZIONI: Eccellenza artigiana Regione Piemonte

La nostra azienda è specializzata nel restauro di metalli, vetro e lampadari storici. Si eseguono lavorazioni su lampadari di qualsiasi genere, dimensione e stile, e soprattutto quelli tipici della tradizione storica italiana come ad esempio i lampadari veneziani di Murano e i lampadari in cristallo Maria Teresa o Impero. Il cliente, pubblico o privato, può contare sul nostro supporto per il restauro conservativo e museale, il tutto eseguito con alti standard di qualità artigianale. Azienda accreditata presso le Sovraintendenze. Our company is specialized in the restoration of metal, glass and historic chandeliers. We carry out work on lamps of any kind, size and style, and especially those typical Italian history such as Murano and Venetian chandeliers crystal chandeliers Maria Theresa or Empire. The client, public or private, can count on our support for the restoration and museum, all executed with high standards of quality craftsmanship. Company accredited by the Sovraintendenze.

ANNO DI FONDAZIONE: 1999 CERTIFICAZIONI: SOA cat - OS2 III class. - OG2 III class. ISO 9001 - Sicert SGS

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Restauro di intonaci policromi e di decorazioni-materiali lapidei-consolidamenti strutture murarie e opere lignee-deumidificazione e impermeabilizzazione di strutture murarie. Restoration of polychrome plasters and decorations-stones-consolidation of wall and wood structures-repairs,dehumidification and waterproofing walls.

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Via di Prè 10/3A - 16126 Genova Tel +39 010 2462978 - Fax +39 010 2462978 restauri@panet.it - www.restaurisrl.eu

ANNO DI FONDAZIONE: 1982 CERTIFICAZIONI: Ambientali: ANAB / ICEA - Natureplus FILIALI: Parcines (BZ), Prevalle (BS), Comabbio (BA), Villanova (CN), Fontanafredda (PN)

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RÖFIX SPA Via Venosta 70 - 39020 Parcines (BZ) Tel. +39 0473 966100 - Fax +39 0473 966150 office.partschins@roefix.com - www.roefix.com

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Marco Paolo Servalli ARCHITETTURA, specializzato nel restauro di edifici storici e di culto e nella valorizzazione di immobili di pregio, sia pubblici che privati. Ogni progetto è eseguito con la massima professionalità al fine di restituire i manufatti antichi all’uso contemporaneo salvaguardandone gli elementi originali. Il metodo di lavoro mira a qualità a al rispetto dei tempi, e lo studio si avvale di collaboratori esperti e affidabili. Progettazione architettonica e direzione lavori, sia in Italia che all’estero. Altre aree di competenza: progettazione del paesaggio, riqualificazione aree urbane, progetti per il Fund Raising.

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Marco Paolo Servalli ARCHITECTURE, specialized in the restoration of historic and religious buildings and the enhancement of prestigious properties, both public and private. Each project is executed with the utmost professionalism in order to restore the historic building to contemporary use while preserving original characteristics. Our working method is focused on quality and on timeliness, and the firm avails itself of expert and reliable collaborators. We carry out architectural design and construction supervision, both in Italy and abroad. Other areas of expertise include: landscape design, urban regeneration, and fund raising projects.

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ANNO DI FONDAZIONE: 1954 CERTIFICAZIONI: SOA-ISO9001, ISO14001-BSOHSAS18001 Fondata nel 1954 abbiamo sviluppato un forte carattere imprenditoriale, siamo presenti nel settore restauro con importanti referenze quali, Museo del Duomo, Palazzo Bagatti Valsecchi, Banca d’Italia, Complesso Broletto di Novara, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana e Fondazione Don Carlo Gnocchi. Durante i 60 anni della nostra storia non sono mai mancate determinazione e competenza e per questo oggi siamo tra le prime aziende del panorama edilizio nazionale con un fatturato che supera i 100 milioni.

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Founded in 1954 we have developed a strong entrepreneurial personality, we’re operative in the restoration industry with important references such as, the Duomo Museum, Palazzo Bagatti Valsecchi, Bank of Italy, Broletto Complex in Novara, Vatican Apostolic Library and Don Carlo Gnocchi Foundation. During our 60 years long story we never lacked determination and competence and for this reason we are now among the most important companies in the italian construction industry, with a turnover that exceeds 100 millions.

Restauro architettonico. Risanamento umidità di risalita. Ecosabbiature con varie tipologie di inerti. Restauro artistico, puliture delicate e di precisione, consolidamento e protezione legno, marmi, granito “ossola” e pietre, cotto e ferro. Decorazioni e stucchi.

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Architectural restoration. Ascending humidity improvement. Ecological sandblasting.Artistic restoration, soft and precision cleaning, consolidation and protection on wood, marbles, “ossola” granites and stones, cotto and iron. Decorations and stucchi.

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ANNO DI FONDAZIONE: 1875 CERTIFICAZIONI: ISO 9001:2008, Certificazione SOA: OG02-classe III-BIS, OS02A-classe V

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La Piacenti spa svolge attività di progettazione, conservazione e restauro di beni di interesse storico-artistico e monumentale, disponendo di personale altamente specializzato nel trattamento di manufatti lignei policromi, di dipinti su tela e tavola, di stucchi e pitture murali, di reperti archeologici, materiali ceramici, metallici e lapidei. All’interno dell’impresa, che si avvale di attrezzature tecnologiche e di ampi laboratori, ogni competenza settoriale lavora in sinergia con le altre e viene coordinata dall’ufficio tecnico e diagnostico. L’azienda possiede i requisiti professionali, economici ed organizzativi che le permettono, autonomamente, l’esecuzione di grandi lavori pubblici e privati. Opera in Italia, Cina, Turchia, Moldova e Russia.

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PIACENTI SPA Via Marradi 38 - 59100 Prato Tel. +39 0574 470464 - Fax +39 0574 471021 piacenti@restauratori.com - www.restauratori.com

The Piacenti S.p.a. carries out planning and execution activity in the field of cultural heritage restoration and conservation by his high specialized and qualified employees on wooden and polychrome objects, paintings on wood and canvas, stuccoes, wall paintings, artifacts, ceramic metallic and stone materials. Inside the headquarters, geared by technical equipment and wide workshops, every sectorial competence collaborates with the others, coordinated by technical and diagnostic offices. The firm has all professional, economic and organizational requirements which allow, autonomously, to carry out big public and private contracts for restoration and conservation works. It works in Italy, China, Turkey, Moldova, Russia.

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PIMAR SRL Via Manzoni 36 - 73020 Cursi (Le) Tel. +39 0836 483285 - Fax +39 0836 429926 info@pietraleccese.com - www.pietraleccese.com

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Pimar S.r.l. nasce nel 1994 come naturale continuazione dell’attività della famiglia Marrocco nel settore della pietra leccese, che affonda le radici nel secolo scorso. Il know-how aziendale maturato è assai elevato e si tramanda da 150 anni. Gli attuali vertici aziendali, i fratelli Giuseppe, Giorgia e Daniele Marrocco, insieme al padre Salvatore, attuale presidente, hanno sviluppato ed innovato l’azienda,sempre all’insegna della ricerca, sperimentazione, progettazione e comunicazione, dedicano risorseeconomiche e personali per valorizzare quella che si può proprio definire una “pietra di famiglia”,affinché possa continuare a soddisfare al meglio ogni esigenza architettonica ed essere impiegata in sempre più numerosi e nuovi contesti. Pimar S.r.l. was born in 1994 as a natural continuation of the Marrocco family’s activity in the field of the natural stone from Lecce, which has its roots in the past century. The company gained know-how isvery high and has been handing down for 150 years. The present company leaders, the brothers Giuseppe, Giorgia and Daniele Marrocco, together with their father Salvatore, who is the current president, have developed and evolved the company, always characterized by research, experimentation, planning and communication. They allocate financial and personal resources in order to give value to what can be really defined a “family stone”, so that it can go on doing the best to meet any architectural requirements and to be employed in more and more different new contexts.

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METADISTRETTO VENETO DEI BENI CULTURALI

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Via della Libertà 12 - VEGA PARK 30175 Marghera (VE) Tel. +39 041 5093046 - Fax +39 041 5093086 distrettobbcc@vegapark.ve.it - www.distrettobbcc.it

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www.assorestauro.org Il Metadistretto Veneto dei Beni Culturali è sorto in base alle Leggi Regionali 8/2003 e 5/2006 con lo scopo di promuove e coordinare progetti a livello nazionale ed internazionale, favorendo la collaborazione fra le aziende e le istituzioni che operano nel settore. Fanno parte del Metadistretto 24 istituzioni e oltre 300 aziende impegnate in tutti i settori legati ai beni culturali: restauro beni mobili e immobili, allestimenti museali, produzione di materiali per il restauro, laboratori di analisi e diagnostica, valorizzazione dei beni culturali, sistemi informatici, editoria. The Venetian Cluster of Cultural Heritage was born on the basis of the Regional Laws 8/2003 and 5/2006 to promote and coordinate the projects at national and international level encouraging the collaboration between companies and institutions operating in the sector. 24 Venetian’s highest Offices and over 300 companies are part of the Cluster, involved in all sectors linked to the cultural heritage: restoration of movable and immovable assets, museum arrangements, production of materials for restoration, analysis and diagnostics laboratories, valorization of the cultural heritage, informatics systems, publishing.

ANNO DI FONDAZIONE: 2000

Recupero e trattamento conservativo di pavimenti in cotto, di superifi lapidee e lignee.Ecosabbiature. Repairs and conservative treatments on brick pavements, stone and wood surfaces. Ecological sandblasting.

MONTINA DI RINO MONTINA RESTAURO E CONSERVAZIONE

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Via Monte Cimone 11/11 - 33100 Udine Tel. +39 3282152292 rinomontina@libero.it

CERTIFICAZIONI: ISO 9001- SOA

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NICOLA RESTAURI Srl

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Via S. Giulia 65 - 10124 Torino Tel. +39 0141 909125 - Fax +39 0141 909170 info@nicolarestauri.com www.nicolarestauri.com

Nicola Restauri Srl è una realtà d’eccellenza nel campo del restauro, riconosciuta a livello internazionale, al servizio di Soprintendenze, Enti, Musei, Università e collezionisti. Oltre sessant’anni di esperienza nel recupero, conservazione e restauro di opere antiche e moderne, su tela, legno, carta, pergamena, pietra, reperti archeologici, affreschi e stucchi in chiese e palazzi. Nel laboratorio operativo di Aramengo (AT) di oltre 3000 mq si eseguono anche indagini strumentali non invasive. Nicola Restauri Srl is an international recognized company in the field of restoration, serving Public, Private and Ecclesiastical organizations, Museums, Universities and collectors. Over sixty years of experience in the recovery, preservation and restoration of ancient and modern works on canvas, wood, paper, stone, archaeological finds, frescoes and stucco in churches and palaces. In the laboratory of Aramengo (AT) of more than 3000sm are also carried noninvasive imaging techniques.

ANNO DI FONDAZIONE: 1972

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N.O.V.A.R.I.A. R.E.S.T.A.U.R.I. SRL Via Marco Polo 19 - 28100 Novara Tel. +39 0321 691414 - Fax +39 0321 688698 novaria_r@starnova.it

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La N.O.V.A.R.I.A. R.E.S.T.A.U.R.I. Srl è una società specializzata nel restauro, recupero e conservazione di Beni Culturali, quali opere d’arte mobili e beni immobili sottoposti a tutela. Dal 1972 si occupa di progettazione, indagini diagnostiche, ricerche, pronto intervento, messa in sicurezza, recupero e restauro di affreschi e dipinti su muro, stucchi, dipinti su tela e tavola, elementi lapidei e monumenti all’aperto, bronzi, tessuti, sculture lignee dorate e policrome. Al necessario operiamo smontaggio e trasferimento di Monumenti; Trasferimenti di gipsoteche e di pinacoteche e assistenza nei restauri dei loro contenitori (musei). Servizi di consulenza e perizie nell’ambito dei Beni Culturali. La N.O.V.A.R.I.A. R.E.S.T.A.U.R.I. Srl mette a disposizione esperienza, competenza e serietà in ogni delicata fase del restauro, garantendo un alto standard qualitativo e un continuo monitoraggio dei lavori eseguiti. È in grado di intervenire, autogestendosi, in situazioni di emergenza conservativa, anche a seguito di calamità.

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LEONARDO SOLUTIONS SRL

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Via Resegone 48 20025 Legnano (MI) Tel +39 0331 454845 - Fax +39 0331 1986803 info@leonardosolutions.it www.leonardosolutions.it

ANNO DI FONDAZIONE: 2005

Azienda specializzata nel trattamento dell’umidità muraria da risalita capillare tramite l’innovativa tecnologia elettrofisica attiva, Leonardo Solutions è detentrice della tecnologia utilizzata, a marchio Domodry®, protetta da brevetto (Brev. UIBM n° 0001391107, Dep. EPO n° 9167412; US Patent Application n° 13/029,053). A differenza di altri sistemi, che tentano di contrastare la risalita capillare “sbarrandone” il flusso o “respingendolo” verso il terreno di provenienza, Domodry® è in grado di prevenire sul nascere il fenomeno stesso della capillarità, agendo direttamente sulle cause che ne sono all’origine. Anche per questo motivo, l’efficacia della tecnologia Domodry® non è minimamente eguagliabile da nessuno dei sistemi, tradizionali e non, ad oggi disponibili sul mercato. L’azienda, operante sia in campo edile che nei Beni Culturali, garantisce un approccio integrato al problema tramite un’attività riassumibile in tre fasi: diagnostica preventiva, progettazione e applicazione del sistema Domodry®, monitoraggio del processo di asciugatura dei muri fino a completamento dello stesso. Il controllo della fase di deumidificazione viene effettuato mediante mappature termografiche IR e/o misure ponderali, oltre ad eventuali attività di monitoraggio microclimatico. Gli stessi servizi e/o forniture di sistemi per il monitoraggio microclimatico sono erogati e forniti anche per applicazioni diverse, come il controllo climatico in musei ed ambienti conservativi in genere. Specialist in diagnosis, planning and application of technologies to the preservation and building restoration. The company has developed the innovative “Domodry® wall moisture control and moisture removal system”, based on the “Electrophysics active dehumidification principle”. It is a non-invasive, reversible and biocompatible new generation technology, effective to any kind of building affected with rising damp.

ANNO DI FONDAZIONE: 1937 CERTIFICAZIONI: ISO 9001, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001 FILIALI: Sede del Gruppo: Milano, 68 consociate in 44 paesi, 59 stabilimenti in 28 paesi.

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Il Gruppo Mapei, composto da 68 aziende consociate con 59 stabilimenti operanti nei cinque continenti, è oggi il maggior produttore mondiale di adesivi e prodotti complementari per la posa di pavimenti e rivestimenti di ogni tipo e specialista in altri prodotti chimici come impermeabilizzanti, malte speciali e additivi per calcestruzzo, prodotti per il recupero degli edifici storici, finiture murali speciali.

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MAPEI SPA Via Carlo Cafiero 22 - 20158 Milano Tel. +39 02 37673.1 - Fax +39 02 37673214 mapei@mapei.it - www.mapei.com

Mapei Group, 68 subsidiaries with 59 plants in the five continents, is today the world leader in the production of adhesives and complementary products for the installation of all types of floor and wall coverings. The company is also specialized in other chemical products for building, from waterproofers to special mortars and admixtures for concrete, products for the restoration of ancient buildings and special wall decorative and protective coating.

CERTIFICAZIONI: ISO 9001:2008

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La MARMIROLI S.r.l., svolge da 40 anni restauro conservativo e strutturale di beni artistici: Dipinti murali; Paramenti in marmo, stucco e laterizio; Intonaci antichi; Manufatti lignei dipinti e dorati è certificata SOA cat. OS2-A class. IV BIS e Cat. OG2 class. III BIS e UNI EN ISO 9001:2008 Collabora con uno staff altamente specializzato, con strutture d’eccellenza nei settori della diagnostica, con uno studio di ingegneria con particolare esperienza nel campo del restauro strutturale.

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Via Strada Vecchia 88/1 - 42011 Bagnolo in Piano (RE) Tel. +39 0522 954342 - Fax +39 0522 954102 info@marmirolisrl.com - www.marmirolisrl.com

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MELLONCELLI SRL Via Arginero 174 - 46028 Sermide (MN) Tel. +39 0386 960004 - Fax +39 0386 960335 info@melloncelli.it - www.melloncelli.it

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The MARMIROLI Srl, performs for 40 years and structural conservative restoration of artistic goods: Painted murals; Paraments marble, putty and brick; Old plaster; Painted and golden wooden artefacts It is certified SOA category OS2-A class. IV and category OG2 class. III and UNI EN ISO 9001: 2008 Collaborates with a highly specialized staff, with structures of excellence in the areas of diagnostics, with an engineering study with particular experience in the field of structural restoration.

Melloncelli srl, azienda nata 170 anni fa nella progettazione su misura di soluzioni tecnologicamente avanzate, dopo la meccanica di precisione applicata agli orologi dei campanili e l’automazione delle campane, da anni percorrendo l’evoluzione del settore elettrotecnico ed elettronico propone le proprie realizzazioni nel campo dell’amplificazione, riproduzione del suono e videosorveglianza. Oggi grazie allo sviluppo della tecnologia illuminotecnica si pone con le proprie progettazioni ed installazioni come un artefice nel controllo della luce, il risparmio energetico mediante i propri corpi illuminanti a led ed il rispetto dell’ambiente. Proprio per difendere l’ambiente ed in particolare il patrimonio artistico caratterizzato prevalentemente dal comparto ecclesiastico al quale Melloncelli si rivolge da anni, ha introdotto nel mercato la propria tecnologia per la risoluzione definitiva del problema dovuto all’umidità di risalita. Melloncelli srl is a company founded 170 years ago. The core business was the custom design advanced solutions for the precision mechanics applied to clocks bell and automation of bells. Today along the evolution of the electronic and electrotechnical industry, Melloncelli srl presents its achievements in the field of amplification, sound playback and video surveillance. Thanks to the development of lighting technology arises with their own designs and installations as an architect in the control of light, energy saving through its LED lighting and the environment. Just to defend the environment and in particular the artistic characterized mainly by the church to which Melloncelli caters for years, has introduced to the market its technology for the ultimate resolution of the problem due to moisture lifts.

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KIMIA SPA Via del Rame, 73 - 06134 Ponte Felcino (PG) Tel. +39 075 5918071 - Fax +39 075 5913378 info@kimia.it - www.kimia.it

www.assorestauro.org ANNO DI FONDAZIONE: 1979 CERTIFICAZIONI: UNI EN ISO 9001 : 2008

La lunga esperienza alle spalle e la continua ricerca e miglioramento rendono Kimia SpA un leader riconosciuto nella produzione e commercializzazione di materiali ad alta tecnologia per il restauro e recupero edilizio. Siamo stati i primi in Italia (inizio anni ‘80) a credere nella tecnologia dei materiali compositi per il consolidamento strutturale (inizialmente in carbonio e vetro, ora anche in acciaio con matrici inorganiche), applicati con risultati di durabilità eccellenti, ma non solo... Kimia è anche malte preconfezionate ad alta durabilità, calci idrauliche naturali, soluzioni per impermeabilizzazioni, pavimentazioni, trattamenti protettivi e di pulizia, isolamento e deumidificazione: una gamma di soluzioni per il restauro e recupero completa, dalle elevatissime prestazioni e sempre conforme alle più recenti normative. Great experience leading company operating in the production and trading of hi-tech materials for building recovery and restoration like: high durability prepackaged mortars, natural hydraulic limes, steel composite and FRP systems for the reinforcement of existing structures, solutions for waterproofing and floorings, protective & cleaning treatments, insulation and dehumidifications, complying to the latest building regulations.

CERTIFICAZIONI: UNI EN ISO 9001:2008- ISO

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LANDE SPA INGEGNERIA AMBIENTALE, ARCHEOLOGIA E RESTAURO Via Guglielmo Sanfelice 8 - 80134 Napoli Tel. +39 081 7901178 - Fax +39 081 5423175 ufficiogare@landesrl.it - www.lande.it

Il restauro è un settore di attività d’eccellenza in cui Lande Spa si distingue per lo sviluppo di tecniche e soluzioni altamente innovative per il recupero di prestigiosi complessi storici, la conservazione, la valorizzazione e l’impostazione museologica dei siti recuperati. La ricerca del miglior bilanciamento possibile fra storia, cultura, valorizzazione e fruibilità è condotta attraverso un costante lavoro di ricerca e di sintesi fra esperienza e sperimentazione. Così la destinazione d’uso compatibile degli edifici storici, l’utilizzo di materiali e tecnologie originali, il ripristino o conservazione del comportamento statico originario, la compatibilità dei materiali, il dimensionamento minimo degli interventi non costituiscono solo concetti e parametri tecnici del lavoro di restauro, ma la struttura che sostiene, dà forma e sprona all’innovazione nella progettazione e nell’esecuzione di ciascun intervento. Over the years Lande Spa has distinguished itself par excellence in the development of innovative techniques and solutions aimed at the recovery, preservation, valorisation and museological layout of prestigious historic complexes. The search for the best possible balance between history, culture, valorisation and usability is conducted through constant research and a blend of experience and experimentation. Thus, the congruent allocation of historical buildings, the use of original and compatible materials and technologies, the reinstatement or preservation of the original static quality, the minimum size of operations are not only concepts and technical parameters of the restoration, but also the structure supporting, motivating and giving shape to innovation in the planning and execution of each operation.

ANNO DI FONDAZIONE: 1997 CERTIFICAZIONI: UNI EN ISO 9001 : 2008

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Fornitura di servizi di ispezione per fini diagnostici su strutture lignee in opere antiche e recenti; servizi di classificazione per legname a uso strutturale; assistenza e consulenza per interventi specialistici su strutture lignee; formazione e divulgazione tecnico-scientifica nel settore dell’impiego strutturale del legno. Supplier of diagnostic inspection services for old and recent in-situ timber structures; grading of structural timber; assistance and consultancy for consolidation works on timber structures; training and technical-scientific information in structural use of timber.

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LEGNODOC SRL Via Borgo Valsugana 11 - 59100 Prato (PO) Tel. +39 0574 36953 - Fax +39 0574 404677 info@legnodoc.com - www.legnodoc.com

ANNO DI FONDAZIONE: 2000 CERTIFICAZIONI: Os2 Classifica III, Og2 Classifica I,

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Leonardo S.r.l. interviene sui beni culturali dalla diagnosi al restauro. Possiede le certificazioni SOA categoria OS2 III e OG2 I, oltre al Sistema di Certificazione della Qualità (UNI EN Iso 9001:2008). Opera sia nella fase progettuale, effettuando analisi dei materiali e dello stato di conservazione, che nella fase esecutiva, realizzando restauri di beni mobili e immobili, documentazione interventi, monitoraggio operazioni effettuate.

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Via San Rocco 16 40122 Bologna Tel +39 051 334648 - Fax +39 051 5880360 info@studioleonardo.it - www.studioleonardo.it

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Leonardo S.r.l. operates on cultural heritage from diagnostics to restoration. Leonardo is certified in SOA for categories OS2 III and OG2 I and in Quality Certification System (UNI EN ISO 9001:2008). It both works on planning, conducting analysis on materials and on state of conservation, and on practice, restoring paintings, frescoes, statues and historical buildings, documenting operations, monitoring restorations.

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IBIX SRL Via la Viola 4 - 48022 S. Maria in Fabriago (RA) Tel. +39 0545 994589 - Fax +39 0545 994567 info@ibix.it - www.ibix.it

ANNO DI FONDAZIONE: 2000 CERTIFICAZIONI: Codice AMSE e UE PED 97/23/CE FILIALI: IBIX Norway, IBIX USA

IBIX® è leader tecnologico per la pulitura a bassa pressione mediante micro-aero-abrasione. È specializzata nella realizzazione di sistemi di pulitura selettiva a bassa pressione con tecnologia a vortice elicoidale HELIX® a secco e a umido. La tecnologia IBIX®, sviluppata in collaborazione con specialisti del restauro, utilizza specifici inerti selezionati per le puliture artistiche. IBIX Mobile Lab® ST01 è un completo e versatile laboratorio portatile che consente di eseguire indagini diagnostiche sui materiali dell’edilizia storica in maniera semplice ed intuitiva, rendendo accessibili a tutti coloro che operano nel campo della conservazione dei Beni Culturali le tecniche di base per la caratterizzazione dei materiali lapidei naturali e artificiali e dei relativi fenomeni di degrado. Le metodologie analitiche impiegate sono conformi alla normativa italiana (UNI-Beni Culturali) ed europea (EN—Conservation of Cultural Property). IBIX® is a leader in developing technology and materials for low-pressure micro-aero-abrasive cleaning and designs and manufactures HELIX® low pressure dry or wet vortex cleaning systems. IBIX Mobile Lab® ST01 is a comprehensive & versatile portable laboratory to analyse and diagnose historic building materials in an easy and clear manner. The methods of analysis used comply with both Italian and European regulations by UNI-Beni Culturali (Cultural Heritage) and EN-Conservation of Cultural Property respectively.

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La società è un’impresa edile con sede in Bari (la più antica della città), che opera prevalentemente per conto terzi nel campo del restauro, delle manutenzioni e delle nuove costruzioni in un ambito nazionale. Il restauro riguarda beni di interesse monumentale sia architettonico che di restauro artistico. La committenza del settore di restauro è quasi esclusivamente pubblica in particolare Ministero dei Beni Culturali.

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The Garibaldi, is a construction company registered in Bari (the oldest one of the town), which operates mainly in the restoration field on behalf of third parties, maintenance and new building constructions all over the national sphere. The restoration, regards the architectural and artistic operating to the monumental assets of interest. Our restoration customers, belongs almost exclusively to the public sphere, especially the Ministry of the Cultural Heritage.

Piazza Mercantile 30 - 70122 Bari Tel. +39 080 5237428 - Fax +39 080 5234756 info@impresagaribaldi.it - www.impresagaribaldi.it

CERTIFICAZIONI: ENI EN ISO 9001:2008 ENI EN ISO 14001:2004

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L’Impresa Violi è da anni fortemente attiva nel settore del restauro conservativo. Il nostro lavoro è eseguito in collaborazione e sotto la supervisione delle Sovrintendenze. La nostra esperienza, la struttura organizzativa e le nostre attrezzature ci consentono di fornire alle imprese pubbliche e private un servizio completo dalla consulenza tecnica all’esecuzione di lavori su tutto il territorio nazionale. Eseguiamo molteplici tipologie di lavoro dalla realizzazione di grandi superfici monumentali e civili, quali facciate, ponti, pavimenti, soffitti fino ad arrivare a quelli più complessi come il restauro di fregi, statue fontane, piazze, colonnati, chiese, centri storici, castelli e monasteri. Disponiamo di attrezzature che ci consentono di risolvere qualsiasi problematica grazie all’utilizzo delle più innovative tecnologie per la pulitura, la conservazione ed il risanamento ecologico.

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Via Dardanelli 13 - 00195 Roma Tel. +39 06 41734786 - Fax +39 06 41734786 impresavioli@impresavioli.it - www.impresavioli.it

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The Company Violi has long been very active in the field of conservative restoration. Our work is performed in collaboration and under the supervision of the Superintendence. Our experience, the organizational structure and our equipment allows us to provide the public and private companies a complete service from technical advice to the execution of works on the whole national territory. We realized many types of work from the construction of large areas such as civil and monumental surface like facades, bridges, floors, ceilings, until get to the more complex ones such as the restoration of friezes, statues, fountains, squares, colonnades, churches, castles and monasteries. We have equipment that enable us to solve any problem through the use of innovative technologies for cleaning, conservation and ecological restoration.

ANNO DI FONDAZIONE: 1975 CERTIFICAZIONI: UNI EN ISO 9001:2008 / UNI EN ISO 14001:2004 / BSOHSAS 18001:2007

Fondata nel 1975 da Claudio Navarra e guidata oggi dai figli Attilio e Luca, ha dato continuità ad una “ultra centenaria” tradizione imprenditoriale della famiglia Navarra nel settore delle costruzioni: l’attività edilizia della Famiglia ha avuto inizio nel 1880 con la realizzazione di importanti opere pubbliche. La sede principale è a Roma dove vengono accentrati i servizi tecnico-amministrativi ed una sede operativa a Milano dove vengono coordinate le attività produttive localizzate nel Nord Italia. Nel corso degli anni, alla Italiana Costruzioni sono state affiancate Aziende, sempre facenti capo alla Famiglia Navarra, specializzate in specifici settori. In particolare, nel corso dell’ultimo quinquennio, la costante crescita espressa da un notevole incremento del proprio fatturato, l’esperienza professionale acquisita anche attraverso considerevoli investimenti in termini di risorse umane hanno consentito all’azienda il raggiungimento di alti standards qualitativi.

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Via Antonio Stoppani 15 - 00197 Roma Tel. +39 02 910991 - Fax +39 02 6575161 info@italianacostruzionispa.it www.italianacostruzionispa.it

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Founded in 1975 by Claudio Navarra and currently led by his sons, Attilio and Luca, has carried on the centuries-old tradition of the Navarra family in the construction industry, dating from 1880. Headquartered is in Rome, where the company’s technical and administrative departments are located, while its Milan office coordinates construction activities in northern Italy. Operations fields: private clients: construction hotels, shopping centres; public works: residential, industrial, university construction, projects for the military and branches of law enforcement; the restoration of churches, buildings of noteworthy historical and artistic interest subject; infrastructures, roadways, urban development; residential for the real-estate sector. Over the last five years, the steady growth expressed by a significant increase in its revenue, the professional experience gained through considerable investment in terms of human resources have enabled the company to achieve high quality standards.

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www.assorestauro.org ANNO DI FONDAZIONE: 2007 CERTIFICAZIONI: UNI EN ISO 9001 : 2008 SOA OG2 III

Restauro e Conservazione di edifici monumentali ed ecclesiastici.

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Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II, 4 - 27041 Barbianello (PV) Tel +39 0385 287010 - Fax +39 0385 287828 info@gdlrestauro.com www.gdlrestauro.com

ANNO DI FONDAZIONE: 1994 CERTIFICAZIONI: SOA - cat OS 20 classe II

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Laser Scanning 3D (Architettura, Archeologia, Infrastrutture, Industriale). Archeometria. Stereofotogrammetria Fotogrammetria Ortofoto. Topografia e GPS. Batimetria. Rilievi di interni. Elaborazioni grafiche e fotografiche. 3D Laser Scanning (Architectural, Archeology, Infrastructures, Industrial). Archeometry. Stereophotogrammetry Photogrammetry Ortophoto. Topography and GPS. Bathymetry. Traditional Surveys. Graphic and Photographic information processing.

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GEOGRÀ SRL Via Indipendenza 106 - 46028 Sermide (MN) Tel. +39 0386 62628 - Fax +39 0386 960248 info@geogra.it - www.geogra.it

ANNO DI FONDAZIONE: 2001

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Rilievi architettonici, laser scanner, elaborati grafici e fotografici. La società geomar.it nasce nel 2001, dall’iniziativa di tre professionisti da anni impegnati nel settore dell’applicazione di nuove tecnologie e metodologie informatiche nel campo dell’architettura e della topografia. La società eredita l’esperienza acquisita dai suoi ideatori nel corso dell’attività professionale. Architectural surveys, laser scanner, graphic and photographic process.

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Via Matteotti 5 - 12084 Mondovì (CN) Tel. +39 0174 45920 - Fax +39 0174 45920 amministrazione@geomar.it - www.geomar.it

ANNO DI FONDAZIONE: 1946 CERTIFICAZIONI: UNI EN ISO 9001:2008

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Graphite S.r.l., dal 1946, è sinonimo di professionalità, esperienza e profonda conoscenza di materiali e tecniche costruttive. L’azienda, con sede nel centro storico di Napoli, fondata dall’ing. Giuseppe Archivolti, è attualmente guidata dal figlio Raffaele. Graphite è specializzata in restauro di beni architettonici, di opere pittoriche realizzate su diversi supporti e di manufatti in pietra, legno e materiale ceramico. In ogni intervento grande attenzione è sempre rivolta all’utilizzo di tecniche poco invasive e ad alto grado di sostenibilità, nel rispetto della materia prima, dell’ambiente e del lavoratore.

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GRAPHITE SRL Via R. Bracco 45 - 80133 Napoli Tel. +39 081 5521385 - Fax +39 081 2307410 contact@graphite.ae - www.graphite.ae

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Graphite, from 1946, means expertise, experience and deep knowledge of materials and construction techniques. The company, headquartered in the historic center of Naples, founded by Giuseppe Archivolti and currently led by his son Raffaele, is specializes in architectural renovation and restoration of paintings, stone sculptures, wood and ceramic material. In every work the use of not invasive and sustainable techniques has great relevance, in respect of the materials, the environment and the worker.

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EDILTECNICA GLOBAL SERVICE

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Via S. Babini 80 - 48124 Ghibullo (RA) Tel: +39 0544 552111 - Fax: +39 0544 552075 info@ediltecnica.com - www.ediltecnica.com

ANNO DI FONDAZIONE: 1987 CERTIFICAZIONI: in corso - Qualità ISO 9001

La Conservazione e la Valorizzazione del Patrimonio Edilizio, in particolare se di valore storico, mediante la Manutenzione e il Restauro e la Creazione di Valore in una prospettiva di Sostenibilità Ambientale ed Energetica. La manutenzione di un edificio –mantenerne efficienza, integrità e funzionalità- il recupero e il restauro, sono specializzazioni che non lasciano spazio all’improvvisazione e alla frammentazione ma richiedono ricerca, competenza ed esperienza per conservare il patrimonio storico e architettonico del nostro territorio nel rispetto dell’ambiente e di un’elevata qualità della vita. Il consorzio Ediltecnica nasce nel 1987 con una struttura che punta sull’integrazione verticale di tutte le necessarie professionalità e competenze proprie del settore edile creando sinergie tra imprese specializzate nei diversi e complementari settori di intervento in un processo che va dalla progettazione alla consegna, chiavi in mano. Il cliente ottiene così tutti i benefici della specializzazione e al tempo stesso i vantaggi di collaborare con un unico referente dagli elevati parametri qualitativi in un’evidente economia di processo che segna lo stile di tutta l’azienda. Edil Tecnica adempie alle prescrizioni e segue continui piani di miglioramento in materia di qualità e sicurezza.

ANNO DI FONDAZIONE: 1981 CERTIFICAZIONI: ISO 9001

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Via Baldanzese 17 - 50041 Calenzano (FI) Tel. +39 055 8826807 - Fax +39 055 8832884 conservazione@elen.it - www.elengroup.com

Il Gruppo El.En., fondato nel 1981, è stato il primo in Italia ad aver sviluppato, nella prima metà degli anni ’90, sistemi laser per le applicazioni nella conservazione dei Beni Culturali. Dal 2005 l’attività di El.En. si è integrata con l’esperienza maturata da Quanta System S.p.A., azienda del gruppo tra le prime e più importanti nella realizzazione di sistemi laser scientifici. In questo modo il Gruppo fornisce attualmente la più ampia gamma disponibile di sistemi laser per i Beni Culturali, tecnologicamente d’avanguardia e costantemente validati dal mondo della conservazione. La soc. El.En. ha messo a punto anche alcuni dispositivi e sistemi optoelettronici ed elettronici per la diagnostica e il monitoraggio. Sistemi di diagnostica laser LIBS (Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy) per indagini composizionali su metalli e autentificazione di opere d’arte e FLIDAR (Flourescence Light Detection And Ranging) per il monitoraggio in remoto di monumenti e diagnostica composizionale della carta. L’Actis, società del Gruppo El.En. , ha messo a punto e detiene il brevetto della Black Box per l’arte, dispositivo per il monitoraggio del trasporto delle opere d’arte. I campi di applicazione della strumentazione laser sono la pulitura di manufatti artistici, monumenti e edifici storici, potendo operare su supporti lapidei, stucchi, superfici affrescate, metalli di cui in particolare bronzo e bronzo dorato, argenti e oreficerie, manufatti in legno anche dipinto. I sistemi laser del Gruppo El.En. sono presenti in numerosi laboratori europei e nel mondo e sono stati utilizzati o vengono adesso impiegati nei più importanti cantieri di restauro. La Società. El.En. ha sponsorizzato i restauri dei bassorilievi del SS. Sepolcro a Gerusalemme, David del Verrocchio e David di Donatello al Museo Nazionale del Bargello.

ANNO DI FONDAZIONE: 2001 CERTIFICAZIONI: ISO 9001 : 2008

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Progettazione/costruzione di sistemi di rinforzo in F.R.P. (Fiber Reinforced Polymer) ad elevata resistenza meccanica e chimica, basso peso e spessore, per recupero e consolidamento di strutture. Design and manufacturing of low weight and thickness FRP (Fiber Reinforced Polymer) systems with high mechanical and chemical resistance, suitable for structural reinforcement of existing buildings.

FIBRE NET SRL

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Il Forum Italiano Calce è un’Associazione no profit, che promuove lo sviluppo di esperienze e di conoscenza dell’impiego della calce nel costruito e nel restauro attraverso: scambio, confronto e diffusione di notizie e informazioni sul mondo della calce; organizzazione di congressi, seminari, incontri e corsi; promozione della ricerca scientifica/pratica su calce, malte e pitture a base di calce sostegno allo sviluppo di tecniche appropriate a livello industriale e artigianale per la produzione di calce aerea e/o idraulica naturale.

FORUM ITALIANO CALCE

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Via Tosarelli 3 - 40128 Bologna Cell. +39 327 5328288 - Fax +39 051 364309 info@forumcalce.it - www.forumcalce.it

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The Italian Lime Forum promotes the development of experience and knowledge of the use of lime in building and restoration, through: exchanging, comparing and spreading news and information about the world of lime; organizing congresses, seminars, meetings and courses; promoting the scientific research and the practical use on lime, mortars or lime paints; supporting the development of appropriate techniques, at industrial and artisanal level, for the production of air and natural hydraulic limes.

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Via Isacco Newton 11 - 52100 Arezzo Tel. +39 0575 1881015 - Fax +39 0575 984858 info@circhimica.it www.circhimica.it

www.assorestauro.org ANNO DI FONDAZIONE: 1980 CERTIFICAZIONI: Varie certificazioni tecniche rivolte al prodotto

“CIR - CHIMICA ITALIANA RESTAURI è un apprezzato e conosciuto produttore di formulati chimici ad alto contenuto tecnologico (prodotti nano-tecnologici, foto-catalitici, bio-degradabili, ecc.), studiati per le applicazioni nei settori del RESTAURO MONUMENTALE e dell’EDILIZIA CIVILE. L’offerta dell’azienda prevede, inoltre, una competa linea ANTIGRAFFITI ed una per il trattamento delle PAVIMENTAZIONI. CIR offre alla sua clientela un valido supporto di consulenza, formazione ed assistenza tecnica”. “CIR- CHIMICAITALIANARESTAURIis a well-known and popular manufacturerofhigh-tech chemicalproducts (nano-technological, photo-catalytic, bio-degradable products, etc..), designed for the application in the sectors of RESTORATION OF MONUMENTS and CIVIL CONSTRUCTION. The offering of the company also provides a complete ANTI-GRAFFITI product line and a specific FLOORING product line. CIRoffers to its customersa valuable support of consulting, trainingand technical assistance”.

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La società Cristellotti & Maffeis s.r.l. opera da oltre 20 anni. Interviene dalla diagnostica, alla progettazione dei lavori, alle fasi operative fino alla documentazione ed alla divulgazione con conferenze, partecipazione a convegni e pubblicazioni. Attraverso lo studio dei materiali e dei fenomeni di degrado, effettuato anche in collaborazione con Università e Centri di ricerca, la società e in grado di adempiere a qualsiasi incarico nel campo della diagnostica, del restauro e nel campo archeologico.

CRISTELLOTTI & MAFFEIS SRL

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Via Cesare Abba 2- 38122 TRENTO Tel. +39 0175 219040 Fax +39 0175 5219040 m.cristellotti@libero.it www.cristellottiemaffeis.it

The company Cristellotti & Maffeis LTD works for over 20 years. The corporation operates in the setting of diagnostics and of restoration, from the realization of the projects of work to the operational steps, up to the documentation and dissemination through conferences and publications. The company is able to carry out every task in the field of diagnostics, restoration and archeology, by means of the study of materials and degradation causes, also run in collaboration with university and research facilities.

ANNO DI FONDAZIONE: 1990

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Casa Editrice specializzata nel settore dei periodici per l’architettura, l’ingegneria edile, i beni culturali: “Recupero e Conservazione” [la rivista italiana leader di settore], “City Project” [la prima free press di architettura in Europa], “City Energia” [la prima free press sul risparmio energetico e le energie rinnovabili], “L’Edilizia” [la rivista italiana per l’ingegneria strutturale].

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Publishing house specializing in architecture, building engineering and cultural assets publications: “Recupero e Conservazione” (Italy’s leading magazine in the sector), “City Project” (Europès first free press for architecture), “City Energy” (the first free press on energy saving and renewable energy), “L’Edilizia” (Italy’s structural engineering magazine).

Via A. Tadino 25 - 20124 Milano Tel. +39 02 29528788 Fax +39 02 29517404 delettera@delettera.it www.delettera.it

ANNO DI FONDAZIONE: 1998 CERTIFICAZIONI: Procedura in corso per ISO e OG2

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Consolidamento strutturale edifici con sistemi innovativi e tecnologie all’avanguardia. Perforazioni lunghe speciali. Installazione di ancoraggi e incatenamenti per rinforzo di murature. Miglioramento e adeguamento in funzione antisismica di Edifici. Posa FRP. Demolizioni controllate con utensili diamantati, perforazioni speciali e taglio cemento armato. Risanamento delle murature umide con barriere e chimica per l’edilizia. Micro sabbiatura ecologica per pulizia di marmi, graniti, materiali lapidei, murature faccia a vista, legno, ferro. Installatore certificato Bossong per sistemi di ancoraggio iniettati in murature storiche.

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DIAMANTECH SRL Via A. Gramsci 10 - 25080 Nuvolento (BS) Tel. +39 030 6915222 - Fax +39 030 6915222 info@diamantech.it - www.diamantech.it

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Structural strengthening buildings with innovative systems and well-advanced technology. Long special drilling. Installation of anchors and heavy duty anchors for masonry reinforcement. Seismic retrofitting of buildings and structural improvement and adaptation. Installation of FRP. Controlled demolitions with diamonds tools; special drilling and reinforced concrete cutting. Renovation of damp walls with barriers and construction chemicals. Micro blasting ecological cleaning of marble, granite, stone, masonry face brick, wood, iron. Bossong certified installer for anchoring systems injected into historic masonry.

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CIANCIULLO MARMI SRL

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Via Wenner 45 - 84131 Salerno Tel. +39 089 301306 Fax +39 089 302104 info@cianciullo.it www.cianciullo.it

La Cianciullo Marmi è un’ azienda storica campana che vanta piu’ di cento anni di attivita’ nella lavorazione del marmo e delle pietre naturali. Gli attuali titolari, Paola e Massimo Cianciullo, hanno ereditato l’antico “mestiere” dalle abili mani del loro bisnonno, raffinato scultore della fine dell’Ottocento. Le due generazioni che si sono succedute hanno trasformato radicalmente la vecchia “bottega artigiana” creando un’industria e un fiorente commercio prima in tutta l’Italia meridionale e poi in tutto il mondo. La Cianciullo marmi è in grado di offrire ,con il supporto dei suoi architetti .anche un servizio di consulenza completo sulle principali tecniche di montaggio,manutenzione e utilizzo e trattamento dei materiali,nonche’sullo sviluppo di fattibilita’per progetti particolarmente complessi ,affiancando il cliente in tutte le fasi :dalla consulenza sui materiali all’assistenza in cantiere. Cianciullo Marmi belongs to an association of historical firms boasting an over 100 years old tradition in the field of natural stone working,handed down from generation up to the third generation of Cianciullo’s family. The actual holders, Paola and Massimo Cianciullo, have inherited the ancient one “work” from the skilled hands of their great-grandfather, refined sculptor of the end of the eight hundred. The two generations that have succeeded have transformed radically the old one “artisan shop” creating all over the world before an industry and a flourishing commerce in the whole southern Italy and then all over the world. The Cianciullo marbles it is able to offer with the support of his architects also a complete consulting service on the principal techniques of assemblage, maintenance and use and treatment of the materials. And also for development of plans particularly complex, placing side by side the client in all the phases: from the consultation on the materials to the assistance in the yard.

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Istituto di Ricerca, specializzato nell’attività di caratterizzazione di malte, ceramiche, lapidei e mosaici antichi e identificazione dei processi di degrado (archeometria e diagnostica). Sviluppo malte da restauro. Geopolimeri per il restauro. Normazione italiana ed europea. Formazione.

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Research institute specializing in characterizing mortars, ceramics, stones and ancient mosaics and identifying deterioration processes (archeometry and diagnostics). Development of restoration mortars. Geopolymers for restoring. National and European standard activity. Training.

Via Granarolo, 64 - 48018 Faenza (RA) Tel. +39 0546 699711 - 699773 Fax +39 0546 699719 istec@istec.cnr.it www.istec.cnr.it

ANNO DI FONDAZIONE: 2011

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CONFCULTURA

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Via di Pietra 70 - 00186 Roma Tel. +39 331 9767296 info@confcultura.it - www.confcultura.it

La prima associazione delle imprese private gestori dei servizi museali. Fondata nel 2001, Confcultura è l’unica organizzazione in Italia rappresentativa delle imprese private che gestiscono i servizi per la valorizzazione, fruizione e promozione dei Beni Culturali.La missione che ispira l’azione dell’Associazione è la convinzione che i beni culturali siano fattori di sviluppo e di progresso per l’intera società e che si debbano promuovere in maniera sostenibile per una sempre maggiore e migliore fruizione con l’incentivazione di forme ottimali di gestione dei servizi culturali e turistici. Confcultura, sulla base di quanto scritto nel suo Statuto, si pone al centro del dibattito culturale in atto per l’affermazione del sostanziale valore aggiunto che il privato può dare alla valorizzazione del nostro patrimonio storico e artistico con l’obiettivo di raggiungere forme più mature di collaborazione fra le istituzioni pubbliche e il settore privato specializzato. A questo fine Confcultura rappresenta le esigenze e le proposte delle “imprese della cultura” nei confronti delle principali istituzioni politiche ed amministrative, incluse le Soprintendenze, le Direzioni Regionali, il Ministero per i Beni e le Attività culturali, il Parlamento, il Governo e le forze sociali che operano nello stesso ambito dell’Associazione.

ANNO DI FONDAZIONE: 1981 CERTIFICAZIONI: UNI EN ISO 9001- UNI EN ISO 140001- OHSAS

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Cooperativa Archeologia nasce a Firenze nel 1981 per operare nell’ambito della ricerca, della conservazione e della valorizzazione dei beni culturali. E’ attiva, per mezzo di sedi distaccate, su tutto il territorio nazionale e in alcuni paesi esteri. Cooperativa Archeologia dà priorità alla qualità dell’intervento e all’unicità e importanza sociale dei beni su cui agisce. Le attività vengono eseguite con un organico di oltre 200 operatori specializzati nel proprio settore di intervento e affiancati da consulenti scelti fra ricercatori altamente qualificati.

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COOPERATIVA ARCHEOLOGIA Via Luigi La Vista 5 - 50133 Firenze Tel. +39 055 576944 - Fax +39 055 576939 info@archeologia.it - www.archeologia.it

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Cooperativa Archeologia was funded in Florence (Italy) in 1981 to work in research, conservation and enhancement of Cultural Heritage. It operates through branch offices, all over the country and in some foreign states. Cooperativa Archeologia focuses his attention to the quality of the intervention and the uniqueness and social importance of the goods on which it acts. The activities are carried out with a staff of over 200 professionals specialized in their field of intervention and supported by consultants selected from among highly qualified researchers.

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B5 SRL Via S. Anna dei Lombardi 16 - 80134 Napoli Tel. +39 081 5519274 - Fax +39 081 5518338 info@b5srl.it - www.b5srl.eu

www.assorestauro.org ANNO DI FONDAZIONE: 2005 CERTIFICAZIONI: UNI EN ISO 9001:2008 – Erogazione di servizi di ricerca storica, consulenza, studi di fattibilità, progettazione e direzione lavori di opere di architettura e ingegneria civile

La società B5 Srl indirizza e promuove l’esperienza e la specializzazione in progettazione architettonica e strutturale, consolidamento e restauro degli edifici, direzione lavori in Italia e in Europa, di uno studio professionale di tradizione più che trentennale, con le competenze in materia di innovazione tecnologica e metodologica di giovani professionisti affermati (arch. Francesca Brancaccio, ing. Ugo Brancaccio), attraverso i contributi e le specificità dei singoli soci. La B5 Srl opera nell’ambito di un Sistema di Qualità, adottando al suo interno e nei rapporti con i Committenti i criteri espressi dalle Norme UNI EN ISO 9001:2000. B5 Srl engineering achieved a great experience and known-how in architectural and urban planning, in restoration of civil and monumental buildings, supervision of working in Italy and abroad, which comes from a successful long-term tradition, thanks to forty-year professional tradition with the innovative contributions and abilities of Francesca Brancaccio, Ph.D. and MA in architecture and Ugo Brancaccio, engineer, both specialized in the restoration of monuments. B5 Srl engineering operates in a Quality System, adopting in the relationship with customers, the criteria expressed by the regulations UNI EN ISO 9001:2000.

ANNO DI FONDAZIONE: 1962 CERTIFICAZIONI: ISO 9001 : 2008 CE-ETA 11/0396 CE-ETA 09/0140 CE-ETA 09/0246 CE-ETA 11/0344 CE-ETA 11/0345 CE-ETA 08/0208 CE-ETA 11/0377

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BOSSONG SPA

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Via E. Fermi 51, 24050 Grassobbio (BG) Tel. +39 035 3846011 - Fax +39 035 3846012 consolidamento@bossong.com info@bossong.com - www.bossong.com

Dal 1962 progettazione, produzione, commercializzazione di sistemi di fissaggio e sistemi di consolidamento per l’edilizia per applicazioni che vanno dal semplice ancoraggio ai più complessi interventi di consolidamento strutturale. Ai tradizionali ancoranti meccanici e chimici abitualmente utilizzati in edilizia si affiancano tecnologie per il rinforzo di strutture in muratura specifiche per interventi su manufatti di particolare interesse storico-architettonico. Since 1962 design, manufacturing and selling of fixing and strengthening systems for building industry for simple fixing applications to complex strengthening intervention. A range of traditional mechanical and chemical anchors is integrated with technologies specially designed for masonry structures and in particular for historical buildings.

ANNO DI FONDAZIONE: 1969 CERTIFICAZIONI: ISO 9001 : 2008 QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FILIALI: Napoli

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Fornitura, assistenza, noleggio di strumentazione geotecnica e geofisica-apparecchiature per controlli non distruttivi del costruito-diagnostica del calcestruzzo, delle murature e del legno. Supply, assistance, rental of geo-technical and geoph ysical instrumentation for non-invasive checks on constructions, diagnosing concrete, masonry and wood.

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BOVIAR SRL Via Rho 56 - 20020 Lainate (MI) Tel. +39 02 93799240 - Fax +39 02 93301029 info@boviar.com - www.boviar.com

ANNO DI FONDAZIONE: 1988 CERTIFICAZIONI: UNI EN ISO 9001 : 2008

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Commercio e produzione di materiali ed attrezzature per il restauro, la conservazione, la diagnostica, gli arredi museali. Progettazione e realizzazione di laboratori ed attrezzature per l’analisi e per il restauro del patrimonio culturale. Società certificataUNI EN ISO 9001:2000 Trade and production of material and equipments for restoration, conservation,diagnostic, furniture museum. Design and construction of laboratories and equipment for analysis and restoration of cultural heritage. The Company is certified UNI EN ISO 9001:2000

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Via Breda 142 - 20126 Milano Tel. +39 02 27002121 - Fax +39 02 2576184 info@brescianisrl.it www.bresciani.eu

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archeoRes archeologia e restauro

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Via Sirente 13 67051 Avezzano (AQ) Tel +39 0863 447710 - Fax +39 0863 415643 info@archeores.it www.archeores.it

ANNO DI FONDAZIONE: 1995 CERTIFICAZIONI: SOA: OG01-classe I, OG02-classe V, OS02-classe II, OS25-classe IV

L’idea imprenditoriale dell’archeoRes prevede la fusione delle logiche imprenditoriali con la passione per il restauro e la conservazione del patrimonio architettonico, artistico e archeologico, utilizzando le competenze e le conoscenze dei soci fondatori. La società opera su tutto il territorio nazionale nei settori specialistici del restauro monumentale, della ristrutturazione e del consolidamento di edifici storici, del restauro artistico e nel settore archeologico comprensivo di tutti i servizi d’indagine conoscitiva. La società possiede un know how di assoluto valore, con competenze riconosciute dei propri tecnici esperti nelle specifiche discipline che consentono di poter fornire un prodotto finale di altissima qualità. The archeoRes business idea foresees the merger of entrepreneurial logic with a passion for restoration and conservation of architectural, artistic and archaeological heritage, using the skills and the knowledge of the founding partners. The company operates on throughout the country in the following specialistic areas: renovation and consolidation of historical buildings, art restoration and in archaeological sector including all services of fact-finding investigation. The company has a “know-how” of absolute value, with recognized expertises of its own technicians, experienced in their specific disciplines that allow to provide up a high quality final product. La società Archimeter è impegnata nel settore dei rilievi di alta precisione. Specializzata in Laser Scanner 3D in diversi campi quali: archeologia, architettura, ingegneria, geologia. Si eseguono inoltre: Rilievi GPS. Fotogrammetria. Rendering di interni ed esterni. Termografia. Ricostruzioni 3D per l’archeologia. Virtual Tour. Una squadra di professionisti si rapporta di volta in volta con le diverse problematiche degli elementi architettonici, strutturali e storici oggetto di indagine, stilando il progetto di rilievo più adeguato per offrire il risultato migliore con la garanzia di serietà e professionalità.

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ARCHIMETER SRL

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Via Balilla 192 - 76012 Canosa di Puglia (BT) Tel +39 0883 887466 - Fax +39 0883 887466 info@archimeter.it www.archimeter.it

Archimeter is a society committed in the field of high precision surveys. We are specialized in Laser Scanner 3D in different fields as: archeology, architecture, engineering, geology. We realize: GPS Surveys, photogrammetry, rendering of internal and external, thermography, 3D reconstruction for archeology, virtual tour. A team of professionals deals with the issues of the architectural, structural and historical elements under investigation, drawing the most appropriate survey project to offer the best result, ensuring seriousness and professionalism.

ANNO DI FONDAZIONE: 2001 CERTIFICAZIONI: ISO 9001 in corso

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ARDEA PROGETTI E SISTEMI SRL

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Via Cristoni 58 - 40033 Casalecchio di Reno (BO) Tel. +39 051 6133190 - Fax +39 051 6112231 ardeaprogetti@betontex.it www.betontex.it

Progettazione, produzione, commercializzazione e sviluppo di sistemi a base di materiali compositi (FRP) per il recupero strutturale di edifici civili, industriali e storici. Presente sul mercato con il marchio Betontex, ha sviluppato specifiche tecnologie proprietarie (EP0994223 A1-B1) per la produzione di nastri e rinforzi termosaldati, con materiali in fibra di carbonio, di vetro, aramide e fibre ad alto modulo.Proprietaria dei brevetti e marchi Betontex Ardfix Ardwood, Betontex Tie e leader nel settore dell’edilizia grazie alla sua pluridecennale esperienza nei compositi e alla costante attività di ricerca, Ardea offre garanzia di risultati sicuri e applicazioni innovative Design, Production, Development and Trading of composites materials systems (FRP) for structural recovery and rehabilitation of constructions and civil, industrial and historical buildings. Ardea Srl is present in the market with the trade name Betontex, and has developed specific new technologies (EP0994223 A1-B1) for the production of thermo welded fabrics based on carbon, glass, aramid and high modulus fibers. Ardea is developing an important R&D activity with development of new patents and is present in the market with the following trade name: Betontex, Ardfix, Ardwood, Betontex Tie. Taking advantage of a long experience and know-how in the field of traditional FRP applications Ardea Srl can offer a great warranty of good results and new solutions specifically optimized for many problems and situation often not solved by traditional technologies.

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Centergross - V.le Mercanzia, blocco 2B, galleria A70, CP 39 40050 Funo di Angelato Bologna (BO) Tel. +39 051 864310 / 051 6646832 - Fax +39 051 864313 info@salonedelrestauro.com www.salonedelrestauro.com

www.assorestauro.org Segreteria organizzativa di RESTAURO Salone dell’Arte e della Conservazione dei Beni Culturali e Ambientali; la prima importante rassegna in Italia per la conservazione, la tutela e la valorizzazione del patrimonio architettonico, artistico e monumentale. Quattro intense giornate ricche di eventi (convegni, mostre tematiche) e incontri tecnici con le aziende espositrici, in quella che può considerarsi una capitale europea della cultura e del restauro. I numeri del Salone: 16.000 mq in 6 padiglioni moderni e funzionali; più di 300 espositori; 30.000 visitatori, 40 convegni internazionali; 110 incontri tecnici organizzati dagli espositori; 10 mostre tematiche. Organizational office for Restauro, the “Art and Cultural and Environmental Assets Conservation Salon”, the premier Italian event concerned with the conservation, protection and valorization of architectural, artistic and monumental heritage. Four busy days full of events (conferences, theme exhibits) and technical meetings with exhibiting companies, in what can be considered the European capital of Culture and Restoration. Show figures: 16.000 sqm in 6 modern and functional halls; more than 300 exhibitors; 30.000 visitors; 40 international conferences; 110 technical meetings organized by exhibitors; 10 theme exhibits.

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L’Associazione Italiana per il Patrimonio Archeologico Industriale (AIPAI), la sola operante in quest’ambito a livello nazionale, è stata fondata nel 1997 da un gruppo di specialisti del patrimonio industriale e da alcune tra le più importanti istituzioni del settore del Paese. L’AIPAI, articolata in sezioni regionali e commissioni di settore nazionali, conta oggi oltre 300 soci attivi e interagisce proficuamente con università, centri di ricerca, fondazioni, musei, organi centrali e periferici dello Stato (Ministeri, Soprintendenze, Regioni, Province, Comuni, Comunità montane, Agenzie di promozione turistica e di sviluppo, ecc.). L’Associazione ha firmato nel 2008 un protocollo d’intesa con il TICCIH (The International Commettee for the Conservation of Industrial Heritage) che la riconosce come suo unico rappresentante in Italia. The Italian Association for Industrial Archaeological Heritage, the only one of its kind in Italy, was founded in 1997 by a group of industrial heritage experts and some of the most important Italian institutions in this field. It has over 300 members working in its regional sections spread all over the country and it cooperates with universities, research centres, institutions, museums, central and local State bodies (Ministries, Superintendencies, Regional and Provincial Authorities, Municipalities, Mountain Communities, Agencies for the promotion of tourism and local development, etc.). In 2008 AIPAI signed an agreement with TICCIH (The International Committee for the Conservation of Industrial Heritage), thus AIPAI became the official representative of TICCIH for Italy.

Piazzale Antonio Bosco 3/A - O5100 Terni Tel. +39 0744 407187 (215) - Fax +39 0744 407468 info@patrimonioindustriale.it www.patrimonioindustriale.it

AhRCOS® è azienda leader per il restauro conservativo ed il consolidamento di strutture edili e storiche mediante l’utilizzo delle tecnologie più avanzate, operando con sistemi multipli e brevettati, riconoscendo tra i propri valori quello dell’arte dal sapore antico, che insieme alla conoscenza dei materiali e delle tecnologie di consolidamento sempre più evolute, fanno del restauro parte rilevante del proprio DNA professionale. AhRCOS® dispone di uno staff interno che si occupa di Ricerca e Sviluppo in collaborazione con varie Università Italiane. La conoscenza di tecniche tradizionali, unitamente alla costante ricerca e sperimentazione di più aggiornate modalità di intervento, ci consente di lavorare nel pieno rispetto della natura e della conservazione delle strutture, consci delle responsabilità e dell’impegno del nostro lavoro. AhRCOS® is a leading firm involved in conservative restauration and consolidation of civil and historic structures. Using the most advanced technologies, operating with multiple and patented systems, and recognising that, among its own values, the art of antique taste together with advanced knowledge of instruments and consolidation technology, AhRCOS® makes restauration a key part of its own professional DNA. AhRCOS® has at its disposal a strong team that is in charge of Research and Development in cooperation with various Italian universities. Our knowledge of traditional techniques, together with committed research and experimentation of more developed intervention methods, allows us to work while fully respecting the nature and preservation of structures, and remaining conscious of the responsibility and commitment we devote to our work.

Via Torquato Secci 5 - 400132 Bologna Tel +39 051 725763 - Fax +39 051 3167983 ammistrazione@ahrcos.it www.ahrcos.it

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AN.T.A.RES srl offre un’ampia gamma di prodotti, attrezzature e servizi per la conservazione ed il restauro dei beni culturali. La qualità dei prodotti, garantita da test sul campo e di laboratorio ed il continuo monitoraggio applicativo, assicura interventi di restauro attenti e rispettosi. Lo staff tecnico di AN.T.A.RES ha una lunga e consolidata esperienza. AN.T.A.RES offre inoltre un servizio di analisi diagnostica. AN.TARES srl offer a wide range of products, equipment and services for the conservation and restoration of cultural heritage. The quality of products, pre-launch field tests and continuous application monitoring ensure that the products and equipments meet the needs of a careful, conscious and focused restoration. The technical team of AN.T.A.RES srl have a long and consolidated experience in the conservation field. AN.T.A.RES srl perform chemical, biological and imaging analysis applied to cultural heritage.

Via A. Moro 24/A - 40068 San Lazzaro di Savena (BO) Tel. +39 051 6259816 info@antaresrestauro.it www.@antaresrestauro.it

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L’attività promozionale e di internazionalizzazione svolta da Assorestauro in rappresentanza delle proprie aziende associate e del comparto del restauro avviene attraverso molteplici azioni di coordinamento che trovano la loro rappresentazione nella pubblicazione dei QA_QUADERNI DI ASSORESTARO e nella comunicazione attraverso il sito internet. I QA, QUADERNI DI ASSORESTAURO sono la rivista ufficiale dell’Associazione e presentano i cantieri, i progetti e le attività svolte dai soci nell’ambito di specifici progetti. Se fino ad ora la loro pubblicazione è sempre stata legata a specifiche iniziative, spesso internazionali, la programmazione futura, anche in virtù dell’assegnazione di un codice ISSN dal 2016, prevede la pubblicazione di ulteriori numeri focalizzati su temi del settore con taglio istituzionale e/o carattere scientifico scaturiti dalla raccolta dei numerosi contributi di valore culturale e scientifico presentati nell’ambito di occasioni formative e convegnistiche organizzate nel corso dell’anno. Ai Quaderni di Assorestauro si affianca l’attività di comunicazione svolta dal sito internet dell’associazione (www.assorestauro.org) totalmente rinnovato nel corso del 2015. Disponibile in lingua italiana e in versione inglese, il sito assolve all’importante compito di veicolare le attività associative in fase di svolgimento ad un ampio pubblico di utenti frequentatori del sito e, contemporaneamente, svolge attività di comunicazione diretta tra Associazione ed Aziende associate attraverso un apposito canale che consente la consultazione dei suoi contenuti su un piano pubblico ed un secondo piano riservato. In continuo aggiornamento ed ampliamento, il sito internet ha l’obiettivo di raccogliere e presentare in forma sintetica le attività dell’Associazione svolte a partire dal 2005, anno della sua fondazione.

HOW DOES ASSORESTAURO WORK?

The promotional and internationalization activities developed by Assorestauro in the interest of its member companies and of the restoration sector consist of a number of actions of coordination, including the publication of the QA_QUADERNI DI ASSORESTARO and communication via website. The QA are the Association’s official magazine, which offers coverage of ongoing sites, projects and activities developed by the members within special projects. While to date the magazine has been issued for special initiatives, often held at international level, starting from 2016 – when an ISSN code was finally assigned to the magazine – further issues will be published to cover some relevant topics for the sector. With an institutional and/or scientific approach, these issues will collect the numerous contributions of cultural and scientific value presented during training actions and conferences held throughout the year. In addition to the publication of QA, Assorestauro also develops communication activities through its website (www.assorestauro.org), which was totally restyled in 2015. Available in Italian and English, the website plays the important role of diffusing the Association’s ongoing activities to a wide public of users and, at the same time, ensures direct communication between the Association and its members through a special section allowing to surf the contents both publicly and through access to a reserved area. Constantly updated and extended, the website is aimed at collecting and presenting in an abridged form the activities carried out by the Association since 2005, the year of its establishment.

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TURCHIA. Il progetto Med Art 2 nasce quale naturale proseguimento della cooperazione tra VGM (T.R. Prime Ministry Directorata General of Foundations) e Assorestauro in tema di restauro dei beni culturali, prima con il progetto Med Art “Transnational Cooperation for Cultural Heritage Preservation” (20122013) e poi con Med Art Follow Up (2013-2014), finalizzato alla realizzazione del restauro della Moschea Sheik Suleyman ad Istanbul attualmente conclusa. Il progetto, finanziato dalla Regione Emilia Romagna, è focalizzato sul tema del consolidamento ed il rinforzo antisismico di edifici storici e prevede attività promozionali per le aziende italiane in territorio turco e attività di approfondimento in Italia. In particolare, il progetto si è sviluppato attraverso: - attività promozionali e di follow up commerciale in Turchia (2013 - 2015); workshop e conferenze in Italia (ottobre 2015); - traduzione delle Linee Guida per la valutazione e mitigazione del rischio sismico per i beni culturali in lingua turca, attualmente in corso; - conferenza conclusiva a Istanbul (in previsione per settembre 2016).

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Foundations) and Assorestauro in the area of the restoration of cultural heritage first with the project Med Art “Transnational Cooperation for Cultural Heritage Preservation” (2012- 2013) and then with Med Art Follow Up (2013-2014), aimed at executing the restoration of Sheik Suleyman Mosque in Istanbul, now completed. The project, sponsored by Regione Emilia Romagna, is focused on the consolidation and antiseismic reinforcement of historic buildings and encompasses promotional activities for the Italian companies in Turkey and workshops in Italy. In detail, the main issues of the project are as follows: - promotion and commercial follow up in Turkey (2013 - 2015); - workshop and conferences in Italy (October 2015); - Turkish translation of the Guidelines for the assessment and mitigation of seismic risk in cultural heritage; - final conference in Istanbul (due in September 2016).

OTHER INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS. In addition to the projects described above, some cooperation actions are currently being organized at international level, for instance with Canada and Iran.

ALTRI PROGETTI INTERNAZIONALI. In aggiunta ai progetti sopradescritti, sul piano internazionale sono attualmente in fase organizzativa alcune attività di cooperazione con paesi quali il Canada e l’Iran.

RUSSIA. Italian-Russian School. Training programme for 45 Russian professionals from the FGUP CNRPM (Central Scientific Research Project Workshops), and other state or private institutions, coming from all the territory of the Russian Federation, in compliance with the dispositions of a joint protocol signed by Assorestauro - FGUP CNRPM and the Post-Graduate School for Architectural and Landscape Heritage of UNIROMA-La Sapienza University, sponsored by ICE. The project included 7 training sessions, as follows: 6 sessions in Moscow held by teachers from the Post-Graduate School, Russian teachers and members of Assorestauro; 1 two-week training session in Italy, of which 3 days were held at the school and the remaining days at the sites/ monuments presented by the businesses members of Assorestauro. After the project activities ended in June 2014, the school proceedings were published as a book in English and Russian, whose digital version preview was presented during the Restoration Exhibition of Ferrara 2015. The book, which includes the most important contributions in both English and Russian (one of very few works of this kind), will be officially presented at the Restoration Exhibition of Ferrara in 2016.

RUSSIA. Scuola del restauro - Progetto di formazione dedicato a 45 professionisti russi del FGUP CNRPM (Central Scientific Research Project Workshops), ed altri enti statali o privati, provenienti da tutto il territorio della Federazione Russa, secondo quanto stabilito da un protocollo congiunto tra Assorestauro - FGUP CNRPM e Scuola di Specializzazione in Beni Architettonici e del Paesaggio di UNIROMA-La Sapienza e con finanziamento ICE. Il progetto ha previsto 7 sessioni formative: 6 sessioni a Mosca suddivise tra docenti della scuola di specializzazione, docenti russi ed aziende di Assorestauro; 1 sessione formativa di due settimane in Italia, di cui 3 giornate presso la scuola e le restanti giornate presso cantieri/monumenti presentati dalle aziende di Assorestauro. A conclusione delle attività di progetto nel giugno 2014 sono stati pubblicati gli atti della scuola in lingua inglese e russa, con un’anteprima della versione digitale durante la Fiera del Restauro di Ferrara 2015. La stampa del volume, che riporta i maggiori contributi e realizzato in versione bilingue inglese-russo (una delle pochissime opere del genere disponibili), viene ufficialmente presentato in Italia in occasione di Restauro 2016 a Ferrara.

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Ulteriori workshop internazionali, su cofinanziamento ICE, sono svolti annualmente nell’ambito di programmi di cooperazione internazionale con paesi interlocutori selezionati.

LIBANO. L’iniziativa in Libano, che ICE organizza in collaborazione con Assorestauro, è rivolta ad Aziende associate e non associate e prevede seminari formativi/commerciali dedicati ad operatori specializzati nel settore del restauro. In particolare, essa si articola in un workshop e successivi B2B su alcuni temi specifici con attenzione alla conservazione dell’architettura urbana in termini strutturali e di consolidamento, metodi di conservazione delle superfici, prodotti e materiali a base di calce per il restauro. CUBA. Il progetto, nato con una missione organizzata da ICE nel 2009, si è sviluppato nel tempo su due differenti filoni di lavoro rispettivamente in Italia a e Cuba. Il programma di cooperazione con l’Istituto Italo Latino Americano (IILA) si iscrive nell’ambito delle molteplici e rilevanti attività di formazione, assistenza tecnica e rafforzamento istituzionale in diversi settori associati alla conservazione e alla tutela dei beni culturali, che l’IILA con il supporto italiano, sta da diversi anni portando avanti in tutta l’America Latina; nel mese di novembre 2015 lo “Stage per Conservatori Cubani dei beni Culturali”, organizzato da IILA, finanziato dal MISE ed attuato in collaborazione con ICE_Agenzia, ha visto Assorestauro sviluppare un programma tecnico pratico in collaborazione con le Aziende associate con un focus sui temi del _Restauro e gestione di grandi complessi monumentali (Milano), _Restauro specialistico di superfici (Bologna, Ravenna), _Adeguamento sismico degli edifici storici e ricostruzione (L’Aquila). A Cuba, invece, la firma del Memorandum fra Eusebio Leal, Historiador de la Ciudad de La Habana, per il Governo Cubano e Carlo Calenda, Viceministro MISE, per il Governo Italiano, alla presenza del Presidente del Consiglio Matteo Renzi (ottobre 2015) è l’atto istituzionale ha costituito il primo passaggio formale per la realizzazione di un Centro Tecnologico italiano a Cuba sul Restauro ed il Design da realizzare nel corso del 2016 in collaborazione con ICE_Agenzia per la promozione all’estero e l’internazionalizzazione delle imprese italiane e con una attività di scambio tecnologico e di cooperazione con durata di circa due anni.

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LEBANON. The initiative in Lebanon organized by ICE in collaboration with Assorestauro, involves both Assorestauro members and non-members and includes training and trading seminars addressed to operators specializing in restoration. In particular, the action includes a workshop followed by B2B encounters concerning some special topics related to the conservation of urban architecture: structural conservation and consolidation methods; methods for the conservation of finishes; lime-based products and materials for restoration. CUBA. The project was launched with a mission organized by ICE in 2009 and was followed by two separate work activities held in Italy and Cuba, respectively. The cooperation programme with the Istituto Italo Latino Americano (IILA) falls in the frame of several important activities of training, technical assistance and institutional growth held by ILLA with Italy’s support in various sectors connected to the conservation and protection of cultural heritage in Latin America. In november 2015 a course named “Stage for Cuban Conservators of Cultural Heritage” was organized by IILA and sponsored by the Italian Ministry for Economic Development (MISE) and realized in partnership with the Agency for the promotion abroad and the internationalization of Italian businesses (ITA). In the course, Assorestauro catered for the development of a practical technical programme in collaboration with its members, with a focus on the topics of _Restoration and Management of large monumental compounds (Milan), _Specialized restoration of finishes (Bologna, Ravenna), _Seismic rehabilitation of historic buildings and reconstruction (L’Aquila). In Cuba, the Memorandum was signed by Mr. Eusebio Leal, Historiador de la Ciudad de La Habana, for the Government of Cuba, and by Mr. Carlo Calenda, the Vice-Minister of MISE, for the Italian Government, before the Italian Prime Minister Mr. Matteo Renzi, on 28th October 2015. This institutional document makes the first formal step for an Italian Technology Centre of Restoration and Design in Cuba to be established during 2016 in partnership with the Agency for the promotion abroad and the internationalization of Italian businesses (ITA) and with an action of know-how exchange and cooperation for at least the next two years. TURKEY. The Med Art2 project is the natural continuation of a cooperation started between VGM (T.R. Prime Ministry Directorate General of

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ICE WORKSHOP. This training activity is held yearly by Assorestauro on behalf of ICE, aimed at promoting the internationalization of Italian businesses by providing coordination and the scientific management of the ‘Course in Italy for foreign operators specializing in the restoration sector’. Participants come from countries of primary interest for the market of the conservation sector. The Workshop, traditionally held at the same time as the Restoration Exhibition in Ferrara, deals with a special topic each year. The title of the 2016 workshop is ‘Restoration of Architecture: comparing methods’, with the participation of Turkey, Russia, etc. Other international workshops cosponsored by ICE are held annually within the frame of international cooperation programmes with selected countries.

WORKSHOP ICE. Attività di formazione con cadenza annuale svolta da Assorestauro su incarico di ICE e finalizzata alla promozione all’estero e all’internazionalizzazione delle imprese italiane attraverso azioni di coordinamento e di gestione scientifica del ‘Corso in Italia dedicato ad operatori esteri specializzati nel settore del restauro’ e provenienti da paesi di primario interesse per il mercato del comparto della conservazione. Il Workshop, che si svolge tradizionalmente in contemporanea alla Fiera del Restauro di Ferrara, si sviluppa ogni anno intorno ad un tema specifico. ‘Restauro dell’Architettura: metodologie a confronto’ è il titolo dell’edizione 2016 che vede il coinvolgimento di paesi quali Turchia, Russia, Cuba, Iran, Libano, Messico, Perù, Cile, Brasile, Usa, Canada, Ucraina, Kosovo/Armenia.

TRAINING IN ITALY. At national level, Assorestauro is currently organizing some conferences and training actions. In particular, two conferences are scheduled during the Restoration Exhibition, with participants earning CPE credits, dedicated to internationalization “Planning restoration: internationalization policies for the restoration sector” and to the GBC protocol “Sustainability of historic building: the GBC Historic Building protocol”. In 2016, the Association also signed a convention with the University of Bergamo and the University of Salento to start working together on educational actions and on a programme of training initiatives to be held in collaboration with the Roll of Architects of Florence.

FORMAZIONE IN ITALIA. Sul piano nazionale l’Associazione è attualmente attiva sul piano delle attività convegnistiche e formative. In particolare, due convegni sono in programma nel corso della Fiera del Restauro, con riconoscimento di CFP, dedicati rispettivamente al tema dell’internazionalizzazione “Progettare il restauro: politiche di internazionalizzazione per il settore restauro” e al protocollo GBC “La sostenibilità negli edifici storici: il protocollo GBC Historic Building”. Il 2016, inoltre, vede la nascita di attività di sinergia con l’Università di Bergamo e l’Università del Salento, con le quali è stata attivata una convenzione finalizzata ad azioni didattiche e di sinergia, oltre ad un programma di attività formative da svolgere in collaborazione con l’Ordine degli Architetti di Firenze.

The majority of the projects promoted by Assorestauro are developed over several calendar years. Cooperation with foreign countries evolves through preliminary exploratory steps prior to implementing more concrete opportunities of collaboration aimed at exporting the Italian restoration sector. Some significant examples of ongoing international projects are listed below.

La maggior parte dei progetti promossi da Assorestauro nasce e si sviluppa nel corso di più anni solari e vede l’attività di cooperazione con i paesi stranieri evolversi attraverso fasi conoscitive ed esplorative per poi attivare più concrete occasioni di collaborazione finalizzate all’esportazione del settore italiano del restauro. Tra i numerosi progetti internazionali in corso, se ne elencano di seguito alcuni più significativi.

ces and training seminars, trade exhibitions, courses and similar initiatives) and abroad (foreign missions, training, b2b encounters, restoration sites), where member companies are involved and offered the chance to study and penetrate foreign markets through projects co-sponsored by national and international bodies.

promozionali e di immagine in termini internazionali (missioni all’estero, formazione, incontri b2b, cantieri di restauro) che vedono in prima fila le aziende associate, alle quali sono offerte opportunità di internazionalizzazione e studio dei mercati esteri attraverso progetti cofinanziati da enti nazionali e internazionali.

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WHO IS ASSORESTAURO ?

WHAT ARE ASSORESTAURO’S GOALS?

in rappresentanza di produttori di materiali, attrezzature, tecnologie, imprese specializzate, progettisti e fornitori di servizi per l’analisi, il rilievo e la divulgazione nel settore del restauro, Assorestauro fornisce alle imprese associate servizi di informazione, assistenza, consulenza e formazione sia direttamente, sia attraverso i propri partner, al fine di dare coerenza e unitarietà di indirizzo alle diverse anime del settore sia a livello nazionale che internazionale. Come Associazione di Categoria Nazionale per il comparto del Restauro, Assorestauro coordina, tutela e promuove gli interessi del settore produttivo di competenza e rappresenta, in Italia ed all’Estero, le posizioni comuni sul piano tecnico, economico e di immagine attraverso attività mirate nell’ambito degli obiettivi di inquadramento di comparto, informazione e comunicazione, tutela degli interessi (sui piani economico, dell’immagine, dell’evoluzione normativa del Settore) ricerca e sviluppo, promozione.

Established in 2005 as the first Italian association of manufacturers of materials, equipment and technology, suppliers of services and specialized companies, Assorestauro represents the Italian sector of restoration and conservation of material heritage. To date, it is the sole association and a reference in the domestic and international market for anyone willing to start working in the conservation sector in Italy, to be intended in its broadest sense, that is, as a synthesis of the various disciplines involved, of the professional specialists, of the available technology and of the growing business community. If examined as a whole, the sector accounts for a large market share and has a meaningful impact on tourism, industry and bioconstruction.

è la prima associazione italiana tra i produttori di materiali, attrezzature e tecnologie, e i fornitori di servizi e imprese specializzate, nata nel 2005 per rappresentare il comparto nazionale del restauro e della conservazione del patrimonio materiale. Assorestauro è il punto di riferimento sia nazionale sia internazionale per chi voglia affacciarsi al mondo della conservazione italiana, intesa nel modo più ampio possibile, come sintesi delle svariate discipline che in esso convergono, delle professionalità specializzate, delle tecnologie e della crescente imprenditorialità. Un comparto che, se analizzato nel suo complesso, rappresenta una forte componente di mercato ed ha importanti ricadute nel settore turistico, dell’industria e del bio/edile.

QUALI SONO GLI OBIETTIVI DI ASSORESTAURO ?

COSA FA ASSORESTAURO ?

le finalità associative si esplicitano attraverso molteplici attività che promuovono le professionalità nel settore del restauro, dalla fase diagnostica e progettuale a quella dell’esecuzione in cantiere, passando per la produzione di tecnologie e materiali, anche con forti connotazioni tecnologiche innovative, e con il supporto di Istituzioni, Università, Organismi di Tutela dei Beni Culturali e ICE Agenzia per la promozione all’estero e l’internazionalizzazione delle imprese italiane. Rientrano in questa tipologia di azioni sia attività promozionali nazionali (convegni e seminari formativi, fiere di settore, corsi e similari) sia iniziative

Assorestauro is the National Trade Association for the Restoration Sector, representing manufacturers of materials, equipment, technology, specialist companies, designers and suppliers of services for analyses, surveys and diffusion. The Association offers its members information, assistance, advice and training both directly and through its partners, with a view to building a consistent and unitary orientation to the different sectors of the restoration industry at national and international level. As a national association, Assorestauro is aimed at coordinating, protecting and promoting the interests of the restoration sector and it represents before the outer market, in Italy and abroad, the common positions for technical and economic issues, as well as image, by carrying out targeted activities in such relevant fields of the sector as information and communication, protection of common interests (economy, image, standards), research and development, promotion.

WHAT DOES ASSORESTAURO DO ?

Several activities aimed at promoting the professional skills in the restoration sector fall in the scopes of the Association. They include diagnostic analysis, design and on site execution, producing technology and materials, as well as contributing technological innovation, with the support of Institutions, Universities, Agencies for the protection of cultural heritage and ICE, the Agency for the internationalization and the promotion abroad of Italian businesses. This type of action includes both promotion in Italy (conferen-

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www.assorestauro.org Consiglio Direttivo | Board of councilor 2015-17 Alessandro Zanini Alessandro Bozzetti Cecilia Zampa Nicola Berlucchi Rossana Gabrielli

El.En. Spa SPC Srl Fibrenet Srl Studio Berlucchi Srl Leonardo Srl

Presidente Vice Presidente Vice Presidente Consigliere Consigliere

Sede | Headquarter Assorestauro Andrea Griletto (direttore tecnico) - Ada Baborsky (resp. segreteria) Via Francesco Londonio, 15 - 20154 Milano (Zona Corso Sempione) Tel/Fax +39 02 34930653 segreteria@assorestauro.org - www.assorestauro.org Orario segreteria: 8,30-12,30

COMUNICAZIONE & UFFICIO STAMPA | COMMUNICATION & PRESS OFFICE Chiara Falcini

chiara.falcini@assorestauro.org

Comitato Tecnico Scientifico | Scientific Committee Arch. Marco Paolo Servalli Marco Paolo Servalli Delegato rapporti con CTS Studio di Architettura Prof. Maurizio Boriani

Politecnico di Milano Presidente

Politecnico di Milano: Arch. Anna Anzani - DIS Prof. Luigia Binda Prof. On. - DIS Prof. Susanna Bortolotto Prof. Alberto Grimoldi- DIAP Prof. Cristina Tedeschi - Dip. Ing. Strutt. Arch. Claudia Tiraboschi - DIS Prof. Lucia Toniolo Univerità di Ferrara, Facoltà di Architettura: Prof. Marcello Balzani Prof. Riccardo Dalla Negra Università di Roma “La Sapienza”: Prof. Giovanni Carbonara, Facoltà di Architettura Al chemia project consultants: Arch. Claudio Cimino Univerità di Brescia: Prof. Ezio Giuriani, Facoltà di Ingegneria Università di Firenze: Prof. Luigi Marino Università di Padova: Prof. Claudio Modena Università di Genova: Prof. Stefano Musso, Facoltà di Architettura

Caterina Giovannini Davide Mauri Annalisa Morelli Alberto Raschieri

Ibix Srl Leonardo Solutions Srl Soing Srl Geomar.it Snc

Consigliere e Tesoriere Consigliere Consigliere Consigliere

Assorestauro Servizi srl Caterina Giovannini Cristina Caiulo Cecilia Zampa Alessandro Zanini

Ibix Srl Studio Aerrekappa Srl Fibrenet Srl El.En SpA

Presidente CDA

REFERENTI MACRO AREE | MACRO-AREAS ACCOUNTS Andrea Sandri Roefix Spa Italia Settentrionale / North Italy Fabio Faggella Cooperativa Archeologia Italia Centrale / Central Italy Cristina Caiulo Studio Aerrekappa Srl Italia Meridionale e le Isole / Southern Italy and Islands

ORGANI UFFICIALI DI STAMPA | OFFICIAL PRESS ORGANIZATIONS recuperoeconservazione.it - De Lettera Editore sas

Commissione Comunicazione e MKT COMMISSION FOR COMMUNICATION & MKT Davide Mauri Cecilia Zampa

Leonardo Solutions Srl Fibrenet Srl

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associazione italiana per il restauro architettonico, artistico, urbano italian association for architecture, art and urban restoration

elenco dei soci MEMBER LIST

2016 ASSORESTAURO

Via Londonio 15 - 20154 Milano - Italy | Tel/Fax +39 02-3493.0653 segreteria@assorestauro.org | www.assorestauro.org


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