Rione Terra of Pozzuoli – Naples

Rione Terra runs along the tufaceous rock adjacent to the port and suffered extensive damage following earthquakes. It consists of 32 seventeenth-century buildings resting on a Roman city of the second century BC, buried, founded around the Temple of Augustus: in the project of recovery and enhancement this is the fulcrum of the archaeological park that interacts with the seventeenth-century level. The complex is considered as a geological-architectural unicum, a sort of natural-artificial megastructure. This principle directs the recovery of the “walled city” in the form of primary morphological unity. – 10,000,000 ml. of networks for gas distribution, electrical and special systems, air conditioning systems and related air treatment units and refrigeration units, sewage and water network – 190,000 cubic meters. of volume manufactured to be restored – 50,000 cubic meters. of archaeological excavation – 40,000 quintals of blends of kicks for consolidation with injections – 38,000 square meters. total area – 22,000 square meters. of archaeological route
– 12,000 square meters of restored wooden floors – 5,000 square meters restoration of stone walls and works – 3,500 marble archaeological finds – 2,200 sq. m. of consolidated platforms – 2,200 square meters of restored reticulated work – 1,150 square meters of restored and reintegrated brickwork – 570 beds in hotel rooms – 400 seats inside the congress center – 3 hectares total area – 3 churches and the cathedral of Pozzuoli – 3 museums (Diocesan, Archaeological, of the Cathedral of Pozzuoli)
– 62 among restaurants, bars and craft shops
– 20 between engineers, architects and surveyors – 10 among archaeologists, photographers and art historians – average workforce employed about 200 workers assigned to the various tasks