Feasibility Studies

The practice was commissioned on several occasions to prepare the feasibility study for the conservation of heritage buildings. This task requires the delivery of the schedule of fabric, technical drawings of the as existing fabric with demolition and the as proposed scheme with alterations, and the associated costing.

 

Heritage Value Assessment & Feasibility Study – Swiss Embassy, Cairo, 2017

Partners / Stakeholders

Project Owner: Swiss Confederation / Federal Office for Buildings & Logistics (OFCL) / Berne, Switzerland
General Consultant: Wassef Group, Cairo
Architectural Heritage consultant: May El Tabbakh Architects, Alexandria
Local Authority: Governorate of Cairo
National Organization for Urban Harmony (NOAH)

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Assessing the agents of deterioration to original fabric and collection and the upgrading of services of the Heritage Library at Cairo University, 2013

Partners / Stakeholders

Project Owner: Cairo University
Sponsor of the feasibility study: Misr El Kheir Foundation
Lead conservator: Cheryl Porter
Conservation Architect: May El Tabbakh Architects

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The conservation of Hotel National in Port Said to be converted to the premises of Alliance française de Port Saїd, 2011

Partners / Stakeholders

Owner: Misr Real Estate Assets (MREA)
Project coordinator & potential future tenants: Environment Quality International (EQI)Alliance française de Port Saїd (AFPS)
Ambassade de France en Égypte / Institut français
Campagne civile pour la protection du patrimoine architectural port-saïdien
Sponsor of the feasibility study: Association Ferdinand de Lesseps (AFL)
Recherche de mécénat: L’Associacion Vieilles Maison Françaises (VMF)
Local Authority: Governorate of Port Saїd
National Organization for Urban Harmony (NOAH)
Local Authority: Governorate of Port Saїd
National Organization for Urban Harmony (NOAH)
INVISU technical committee: Mercedes VOLAIT, Partenariats multilatéraux / patrimoine architectural en Egypte
Claudine PIATON, Expertise Port-Saïd / requalification du patrimoine
Conservation architect: May El Tabbakh Architects

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