Restoration and archaeological excavation in the archaeological area of Pompeii – Naples

Work performed in a temporary association of companies. City buried by the eruption of Vesuvius on August 24, 79 AD, the largest and most famous natural disaster that has hit the western world. Destroyed by the eruption, the city of Pompeii was brought to light as a result of the excavations, which began slowly in 1748 and regularly from 1860 to today, with a systematic program. One of the most important public buildings is Villa dei Misteri, famous for the splendid cycle of paintings illustrating “the initiation of the brides to the Dionysian mysteries”. The archaeological area of ​​intervention is divided into the following sectors:
• Villa of the Mysteries • Insulae via dell’Abbondanza • Insulae Regio I • Menandro and Citarrista houses • Large gym • Boscoreale Museum • Water and sewage system
– 250,000 MC of archaeological excavation
– 6,000 sqm of pictorial restoration surface and consolidation of frescoes found
– 13,000 ML of removal and reconstruction of lacertines for frescoes
– 8.000 MQ of integration or re-creation of cocciopesto
– 30,000 sq.m. of complete revision of brick and stone walls
average workforce employed about 230 workers assigned to the various tasks
50 technicians working among surveyors, surveyors, engineers, architects and archaeologists