Sevilla Cathedral, Spain


Phase I:

Ground consolidation project by means of grout injections, of cement and bentonite, in the North and East wings of the Columbine Library of the Cathedral of Saint Mary of the See, a World Heritage Site. To accomplish the scope of work, our team of restorers oversaw the proper protection and manipulation of all the works of art and goods of high historical-artistic value, which are kept in the interior. Among which we may emphasize a portrait of Christopher Columbus donated by the King Louis Philippe I to the Cathedral in the 19th century.


Phase II:

After the first phase of foundations reinforcement, the Excelentísimo Cabildo (Cathedral Chapter) of the Cathedral of Seville awarded Kalam with the restoration of the main halls of the sacristy and the offices of the side chapel. The interior spaces were reconfigured as open spaces, replacing the existing staircase with a free-standing one and adapting the elevator and access to current regulations. New rooms and layouts were created for the exhibition of material heritage like protected paintings and artifacts; that were previously in storage. The basement was extended to accommodate restrooms. It is worth noting the reinforcement of the domes and the restoration carried out to bring to light the hidden Almohad arches.

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