Versão em português
Conservar Património,
n.º 25, 2017,
pp. 57-65

 

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Possible routes for Conservation and Restoration in the risk management of Built Heritage: public-private partnerships within R&D projects (Project STORM)

Nuno Proença1,*, Maria João Revez1

1 Nova Conservação, Lda., Largo Vitorino Damásio, 3, 3.º Esq., 1200-872 Lisboa, Portugal

* nunoproenca@ncrestauro.pt

Abstract

This text presents a reflection on the roles that conservator-restorers may play within the context of the disaster risk reduction efforts that Europe currently dedicates to Cultural Heritage assets. Besides discussing some aspects related to the contribution of the discipline proper to the disaster risk management of these assets, arguments are made for an increased engagement of the Conservation-Restoration private sector in research and development actions aimed at more integrated decision-making processes in the conservation of cultural property. Within this scope, the role and experience of Nova Conservação as one of the twenty partners of the Horizon 2020-funded project STORM are briefly reported.

Keywords

Built Heritage; Disaster risk reduction; Conservation-Restoration; Public-private partnerships; Project STORM; Roman ruins of Tróia

Language

English

DOI

10.14568/cp2017005

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