SETS' Heritage Conservation Unit provides a wide range of distinctive services specific to the restoration, rehabilitation and reconstruction of historic sites and buildings. Our core competencies cover the whole spectrum from restoration studies to supervision of implementation, including emergency interventions, project management, and technical support services.

Our successes are shaped by establishing an attentive team of qualified and skilled experts, architects, and engineers who have full knowledge and familiarity with international standards, charts and requirements, including that of The United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), The International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property (ICCROM), and others.

Restoration Studies

Building restoration studies aim to identify, preserve, highlight historical and architectural values of the building and to restore or enhance building structural stability.

Heritage Study

Studies of old centers and/or around protected buildings and monuments. Heritage identification and assessment studies.

Design Management for Heritage Buildings

Directing & guiding designers intervening on heritage buildings to ensure compliance with guidelines and building needs.

Technical Support for Heritage Buildings

Providing technical proficiency concerning heritage buildings in listed areas.

Restoration & Rehabilitation Site Supervision

Supervising projects to ensure compliance with restoration guidelines.

Emergency Interventions & Consolidations

Carrying out emergency interventions on historical buildings in efforts of preserving their values and ensuring the workers’ & public safety.