Palace and Park of Versailles, France

Palace and Park of Versailles, declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1979


The Palace of Versailles was the main residence of the French Kings from Louis XIV until Louis XVI. Throughout this period, it was embellished by the best architects, sculptors, decorators and landscapers in France. It was a model for the royal palaces that were constructed throughout Europe during the following centuries.

Kalam’s team of professionals in France were entrusted with the restoration of the slate roofs of the building in the Stables or the Grandes Écuries. We also restored the facades of the residential building located at no. 6, Rue Marechal Joffre, on the edge of the park, just opposite the King’s Greenhouse (Potager du Roi).  Thanks to this work, we received the 2016 First Restoration Award from the Villa de Versailles. Being one of the most visited complexes in France requires trustworthy experts whose work on this building will ensure the maximum guarantees, meeting all deadlines and achieving the highest quality.

KALAM, within the framework of the ICEX Next Program, has received support from ICEX and co-financing from the European Regional Development Fund. The purpose of this support is to contribute to the international development of the company.

European Regional Development Fund

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