ΒΕΤΑPLAN is an architectural practice established by its principals Ioannis Ventourakis and Takis Tavaniotis in 1987, as a continuation of their original collaboration initiated in 1972.

The firm is registered as a consulting firm with the Greek Ministry of the Environment and Public Works, the World Bank Group and the Commission of the European Community.
BETAPLAN is also a member of the following Greek and International organisations:
European Committee of Consulting Firms (CEBI), International Hospital Federation (IHF), Technical Chamber of Greece, Hellenic Association of Consulting Firms (HELLASCO).

BETAPLAN has undertaken the planning, design and construction supervision of a wide range of development projects, both in Greece and abroad. Furthermore, BETAPLAN has considerable experience in the collaboration with international architectural consultancies for the design of major projects in Greece. (Collaboration with the Santiago Calatrava office for the Olympic Sport (2004) Complex of Athens and recently with the Renzo Piano Workshop for the design of the National Opera and National Library of Greece). The main sectors of activity and areas of expertise of BETAPLAN comprise the following:

• Healthcare
• Education
• Heritage
• Culture and Arts
• Sports
• Office and Government Buildings
• Commercial and Industrial
• Residential
• Environment and Planning
• Transport
• Hospitality
• Consultancy Services in a wide range of areas of   expertise


Design Principles
In BETAPLAN we believe that the architectural design should be honest and comprehensible to its users, useful and unobtrusive, environmentally friendly and long-lasting. Moreover, it should respect and reflect the uniqueness of its surroundings, be innovative and at the same time aesthetically pleasing. Last but not least it should be expressed in a simple but thorough, down to the last detail, way.

Relationship with the client
Since the beginning the firm has had the chance to work for a diverse group of clients in both the Public and Private sector, ranging from Local Authorities to State Ministries and from small private investors to large institutions. Through the cumulative experience all these years, BETAPLAN can claim the ability to adapt easily and successfully to different situations and client requests which occur through the different phases of design and construction process. In BETAPLAN we highly value the relationship between the architect and the client and we believe that a major goal is the satisfaction of the client’s needs and ambitions. In order to achieve this goal we pursue from the very beginning to establish an active and honest relationship with our clients and we believe that only through close cooperation between the design team, our consultants and the client successful buildings are designed.

Quality Assurance
One of the most important aspects of BETAPLAN’s quality policy is the Organizational Structure and Quality Management System which is in accordance with the international organization standard ISO 9001:2015. Through its effective application BETAPLAN is able to maintain and guarantee the continuity of the high quality service, which the firm provides for the benefit of the clients and projects. In-house basic and follow-up training in technical issues and various software tools (BIM, CAD, Team work communication managers and others) are provided to the relevant company staff. In this way, we are able to maintain and guarantee the continuity of the high quality service, which our firm provides.

Our Policy for Quality
The primary objective of BETAPLAN S.A.’s Quality Management System is the creation of a base for the continuous improvement in the efficacy of the Company’s procedures, always having as a rule the optimum fulfillment of the requirements and expectations of its Clients. To achieve this, the Management always supports and applies the base principles and rules of the Company Quality Management System in accordance with ISO 9001:2015, establishing objective Quality goals with the consistent and productive input from both its staff and its associates.
The base principles – goals, as these are expressed in the Company’s Quality Management System operations and procedures, are the following:
•       The provision of Services and the production of Design Studies that fully comply with the requirements and submission deadlines that are specified in the agreements we sign with our Clients, providing at the same time a satisfactory financial outcome to both BETAPLAN and its Clients.
•       The compliance with the relevant Legislation concerning the Quality, Safety and Environmental Effects of the building works specified in our design studies. In line with its effort to assist the protection of the environment, BETAPLAN applies a policy of recycling paper and batteries.
•       The constant improvement of our quality procedures, so that our Services and our Design Studies are considered to be of the Highest Quality in the Greek and International Markets.
•       The close cooperation with our Clients, the other collaborating design consultants and External Associates, with the objective to constantly improve the quality of our Services and our Projects.
•       The pursuit of the continuous development of BETAPLAN S.A.’s personnel, so that they can perform their tasks in an efficient,  qualitatively correct and creative manner, as well as being encouraged to participate actively and creatively in the goal of the continuous Quality improvement, as well as their own personal betterment.
•       The principles of the System and the objective quality goals are reviewed at regular time intervals by the Company Management, to ensure their compliance with the new market needs and developments, the legislative requirements, as well as the attainment of the targets for the continuous improvement in the Company’s operations.
The Management is highly committed to provide the necessary resources (technical equipment – training – technical knowledge) for the satisfaction of the demands that result and are formed by existing conditions.
All the departments of BETAPLAN S.A. have the responsibility to be informed of and assimilate the required Quality System procedures, as well as to integrate and apply them in their everyday tasks.
It is the responsibility of BETAPLAN’s Management to ensure that its Quality Policy is communicated, and is understandable and applicable by all the Company personnel, as well by its Clients and external providers, with the objective to achieve the constant and stable development of its business activity, with a strong commitment to its principles and the continuous provision of products and services of the highest quality to its Clients.

Over the years BETAPLAN has become familiar with domestic or international Green Building Certification Systems, such as LEED, MINERGIE, BREEAM, QSAS or KENAK. More specifically, the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center, in which BETAPLAN is the executive architect, implements the LEED certification system and is the first project in Greece to receive a Platinum LEED certification rating.


BETAPLAN, during the last decades, has undertaken the architectural design from inception to completion, the design coordination, as well as the construction supervision of a wide range of projects of different size and nature, such as: Healthcare, Education, Heritage, Culture, Sports, Office and Government Buildings (Public Sector Buildings), Commercial and Industrial, Transport, Residential, Hospitality, as well as Environment and Urban Planning.

Since the beginning, our aspiration for the buildings we design, whether these are new Constructions, Conversions/Renovations of existing buildings, is to identify the unique challenges each project poses, in relation to their program and their surroundings.

One of the key services provided by BETAPLAN is also the correct interpretation and application of the local building codes, standards and European regulations throughout the design as well as the compliance of the design with the specific zoning ordinances and the preparation of the relevant documents.

Through BETAPLAN’s involvement in several of the major projects in Greece, like the Main Olympic Complex Venue of Santiago Calatrava, the New Acropolis Museum of Bernard Tschumi or the recently Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center of Renzo Piano Building Workshop, BETAPLAN, acting as the architect of records, has gained significant experience and is very familiar with the different permitting procedures depending on the type of the project. Specifically for the New Acropolis Museum and the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center, BETAPLAN has been very actively involved in the preparation and follow-up of the ratification of the special Laws for these two projects.

Building Information Modeling (BIM)
In BETAPLAN we realize that in an increasingly globalized market, our tools must correspond to the requirements of international collaboration. Follow-up of the technological developments regarding software possibilities, drawing systems or product information is a strategic decision of BETAPLAN and by attending workshops, lectures and classes the personnel is able to respond fast to new and useful technologies. Building Information Modeling (BIM) software), and more particularly REVIT, is fully incorporated in the firm’s workflow providing an advanced way of controlling the quality of the designed buildings throughout the design and construction process.

Tender Documentation
BETAPLAN has also a very good experience in the preparation of tender documents and the follow up of the tendering procedure of big projects. Through recent international projects BETAPLAN has also very well familiarized with CSI Master Format 2010 for the compilation of the Technical Specifications. 

Selected Clients

Athens Badminton Cultural Development S.A.
Attiko Metro S.A.
Benrubi S.A.
County of Corfu Development Corporation
E.I. Papadopoulos S.A.
Euromedica – Recovery S.A.
Friends of Children with Cancer Society
Hellenic Aviation Authority
Ministry of Culture - General Secretariat for Sports
Ministry of Culture and Tourism
Ministry of the Environment, Planning and Public Works
Ministry of Health
Municipality of Heraklion
Organisation of the Cultural Capital of Europe
Stavros Niarchos Foundation
Tourist Developments of Messinia (TEMES S.A.)

Ioannis Ventourakis — Chairman of the Board
Panagiotis Tavaniotis — Managing Director
Thomas Amargianos — Principal Architect
Eleni Tzanou — Principal Architect
Eleni Koghilaki — Principal Architect
Elias Arkoulis — Senior Architect - Contract Manager
Antonella Solomonidi — Senior Project Architect
Maria Vitta — Senior Project Manager
Konstantina Andreadou — Senior Architect
Margarita Ventouraki — Senior Project Designer
Petros Tavaniotis — Senior Project Architect
Ourania Karagianni — Senior Architect
Zoi Frantzi — Architect
Annita Matrakidou — Architect
Nikos Livathinos — Architect
Marousso Chanioti — Architect
Georgia Bountouraki — Architect
Vassiliki Koutsimbou — Architect - BIM Manager
Stavroula Cherouvim — Architect
Christina Kelaidi — Architect
Katerina Tzachrista — Architect
Kostis Kallipolitis — Architect
Eleni Oikonomopoulou — Architect
Marina Lazaridi — Architect
George Stamatakis — Interior Designer
Giorgos Mavrikis — Architect
Ioli Belezini — Architectural Assistant

George Karatzas

Graphic Arts
Georgios Zoppas
Artemis Tsoukala

Draft Persons
Aleka Gyzi
Maria Tsekoura

IT Manager
Marios Kafetzis

Nikolas Ventourakis

Iro Porgioti
Fani Lilou
Maria Sella

Katerina Sochoriti
Eleni Polichronaki
Dimitra Adamopoulou

Secretarial Department
Angeliki Papadopoulou
Anna Pitsinou

Foreign Collaborators

Arup (NY, USA- UK- Germany – Netherlands)
Cooper Robertson and Partners (NY, USA)
Deborah Nevins and Associates (NY, USA)
Expedition (UK)
Front (NY, USA)
Renzo Piano Building Workshop (France)
Santiago Calatrava (Switzerland)
Theatre Projects Consultants (USA-UK)

Ventourakis - Tavaniotis & Associates S.A.

1 Aristodimou Str.
106 76 Athens, Greece
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T: +30 210 7250196
F: +30 210 7239568


Estimated Cost: 700 million $


BETAPLAN is providing architectural consultancy services for the Architectural Finishes Detail Design and Intent Supervision for the 3 Stations of Red Line:
Ras Bu Fontas, Al Wakra and Economic Zone.

The Project is under construction and comprises the following elements:

• 3 elevated stations (3 levels)

• Fully automatic driverless operation

• 5,8km elevated line (Viaduct) with two tracks

• Middle distance between stations: 2-2,5km

• Length of platform: 120m

• Platform fully separated from track with PSD doors


Architectural Branding Design: UN Studio
Architectural Detail Design: TYPSA

Architectural Final Detail Design: BETAPLAN

Metro Red Line South Elevated & At-Grade — Doha, Qatar, 2014-to date

Client : Renzo Piano Building Workshop (RPBW)
Estimated Construction Cost: 325,000,000 € (excl. VAT)

The project comprises the programming, master planning, full design, tender documentation and construction administration of the following elements:
• The new Greek National Opera (GNO) (42,000m2) including the 1400-seat Main Auditorium, a Lecture Theatre and a School of Dance
• The National Library of Greece (NLG) (32,000m2)
• The “Stavros Niarchos” Park covering an area of approx. 190,000m2
• Car Parking Facilities for the above.
The site is approximately 240,000m2.
The Project is designed with advanced technological, environmental and sustainable standards and was awarded with the platinum LEED certificate.
BETAPLAN provided Design Services as the local partner (Executive Architect) to RPBW (Design Architect) for the following phases :
Phase 1 : Schematic Design Phase
Phase 2 : Design Development Phase
Phase 3 : Construction Drawings, Documents and Material Phase
Phase 4 : Bidding Consultancy Phase
Phase 5 : Construction Phase and Administration of the Construction

Contract Photos by Yorgis Yerolymbos

Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Centre — Athens, 2008-2017

Client: INTRAKAT CONSTRUCTION S.A. - Fraport Regional Airports of Greece S.A.
Cost estimate : € 357.000.000

Brief Description
Upgrade and Expansion, Maintenance, Management and Operation of Aegean Regional Airports

Project Subject:
BETAPLAN is the architectural designer for the preparation and submission of the detailed design for the following 7 Regional Airports:
1. Rhodes Airport
2. Kos Airport
3. Santorini Airport
4. Samos Airport
5. Skiathos Airport
6. Mykonos Airport
7. Mytilini Airport

The project is under development and the estimation time for the completion of the construction is by the end of 2020

Regional Airports of Greece — 2017


Detailed Design and Tender Documentation for the complete refurbishment of an existing building in Athens and the development of a new multi-storey extension to accommodate a Recovery and Rehabilitation Centre. The Centre provides health care services which include Physiotherapy, Hydrotherapy, Doctors’ Surgeries, Examination Rooms and Treatment Units with a 58-bed capacity for staying and daily patients who require physical rehabilitation or suffer from disorders of the muscular, nervous, circulatory, skeletal and respiratory systems.

Euromedica - Recovery S.A. Rehabilitation Centre — Athens, 2016


COMPETITION AUTHORITY: Landkreis Bad Kissingen
3rd Prize

BETAPLAN won the 3rd prize for the design of the New Office Building Extension to the District Administration Building of Bad Kissingen. The New Building will house the District Administration’s Medical Services, General Administration Offices and a Conference Hall. The Gross Floor Area of the building is 1,839 m2.

The design objective is to achieve a simple and contemporary architectural solution that will blend harmoniously with the Old Town image of Bad Kissingen whilst fully satisfying all the requirements of a modern building.

The building has been designed as a simple, compact and free standing volume, with its boundaries being determined by the existing District Administration Buildings to the east and by the irregular shape of the Old Town to the west. The entrance is orientated towards the Town Hall Square and is defined by a recess of the building facade at that point.

The internal space organization results from the sub-division of the building into three distinct zones: the Atrium with natural light from the roof, the Concrete Core and the Office Perimeter. The public functions of the building and the public waiting areas are organized around the Atrium, whilst the non public functions are centered on the dark core.

The building shell, influenced by the chromatic palette of the Old Town, consists of colored exposed concrete in shades of orange and ochre. To reinforce the building’s mass and robustness, the colored concrete shell is continued on the 45 degree roof.

Office Building Extension — Bad Kissingen, Germany, 2015

Client: Boehringer Ingelheim Ellas A.E.

Cost Estimate: 4,500,000 €

The new Quality Control Laboratory Building will be erected next to the Company’s existing Main Building in Koropi of Peania, Attiki, with which it will be connected via a narrow bridge that serves exclusively as a channel for M&E installations. The new building will have a total floor area of approximately 1,780 m2 on 3 floors (Basement, Ground and First Floor) .

The Ground Floor will be primarily occupied by Laboratories and Quality Control, the 1st Floor as Offices and Conference Rooms, whilst M&E plant rooms and laboratory auxiliary spaces will be located in the Basement. The laboratory area is designed on a 1.15m modular grid, with which (in accordance with the pharmaceutical laboratory specialist consultant) an optimal arrangement of the workbenches and the circulation area around them can be achieved.

The same grid is applied to the facade design of the building. The facades will be cladded with terracotta tiles on a support metal frame, thus providing a ventilated façade. On all four facades of the building and at a short distance from the tile cladding, a system of ceramic vertical louvers, arranged in three graduating densities, will be installed in order to protect the windows from direct sunlight but also to achieve a consistency between the facades of the new and the existing building.

New Building for the Quality Control Laboratory of Boehringer Ingelheim — Koropi, Attica, Greece, 2015

Estimated Construction Cost: € 80 million

The new Al-Fedhailia Teaching General Hospital (144 beds) comprises a building complex formed of 2 and 3-storey wings housing the hospital functional departments and a separate 2-storey staff residence building. The new Hospital has a total building area of 37,000 m2 and comprises the following main departments:

• Outpatients
• Accident & Emergency
• Rehabilitation
• Diagnostic Imaging
• Intensive Care Unit
• Operation Theaters
• Blood Donor Center
• Obstetrics & Gynecology
• Renal Dialysis Unit
• Laboratories
• Endoscopy

Type of services provided:

• Master Planning
• Architectural Design
• Interiors Design
• Landscape Design

Al-Fedhailia Teaching General Hospital — Baghdad - Iraq, 2014-2016

The design concerns the Building Complex of the School of Social Sciences at the University of the Aegean on the island of Lesvos. The University site is located near the town of Mytilene on a green hillside with views towards the sea.
The new buildings will house the Research and Teaching Laboratories, the Teaching Rooms, the Teaching Staff offices and the School Library. The Building Complex has a gross built area of 5,623m2.
The central concept of the design is the harmonious integration of the Complex within the relatively steep inclined grounds of the site and the creation of outdoor rest and activity areas in the spaces between the building volumes.
The scheduled accommodation is developed in three independent wings, whilst circulation within the complex is achieved with a central spine of general circulation that connects the wings at all levels.
Regarding the external form of the building, the curved shape of the building volumes was designed to fit in with the slope of the site.
The outdoor landscaped spaces between the three wings can be used for a variety of activities, whilst they also function as reception areas, identifying thus the building entrances that are located in the volume of the central circulation spine.

New Building of School of Social Sciences of the "University of the Aegean" — Mytilene, Lesvos, Greece, 2015

Client:   TOMI S.A.

Cost Estimate: 3,167,000 €

Full architectural design, based on the Civil Aviation Authority’s proposal for the Airport’s new Masterplan.
The design concerns the Extension and Rearrangement of the Existing Terminal Building, and includes the demolition of an older part of the Building, the construction of a new Central section and the Rearrangement of the existing “Arrivals” and “Departures” Areas.

Airport of Ioannina — Ioannina, 2014



Participation of BETAPLAN in a closed Architectural Competition after prequalification of 20 design teams. The site location of the project, at the foot of Brauhausberg hill and opposite the Potsdam Train Station is regarded as quite important as it contributes to the first impression of newcomers to the city.
The program was divided into 4 principal functions-zones: Sport Swimming Pool, Leisure Pool, Gym and Sauna with their respective open spaces. Through the incorporation of a central ramp that connects the two entrances of the building, the principal design idea is to intertwine the customer and visitor spaces in such a way that it is functional and inviting at the same time for all users of the building. The form of the building, inspired by the fluid nature of water, is curved and distinguishable from its surroundings as it befits to the special use and location of the project.
The competition included full architectural drawings at preliminary design stage.
Program floor area: 14,000m2
Estimated construction cost: 27,000,000 EUR
Language of Competition: German

New Sport and Leisure Pool Facility — Potsdam, 2013

Client: Renzo Piano Building Workshop (RPBW)
Cost estimate: 5,92 million €

BETAPLAN participated as Executive Architect and Architect of Records in collaboration with Renzo Piano Building Workshop (RPBW) to the following Phases of the project: Schematic Design, Design Development, Building Permit Issuance, Tender Documentation (Schedule of Rates, Bill of Quantities and Technical Specifications) , Construction Administration and Supervision of all items of the Project including, among others, a Swimming Pool of Olympic proportions, a Football field, a Multipurpose Hall with Cafeteria and a Recreational Park.

Site total area: 28,000m2
Program Floor Area: 964m2 (building complex)

Kallithea Municipal Athletic and Recreational Park — Athens Faliron Delta, 2013



BETAPLAN participated in this Swiss competition with 30 entries from around the world. The competition included full architectural drawings at preliminary design stage. In this project the existing UVEK Administration Campus of Ittigen, south of river Worble, is to be extended by 900 Work spaces. The building of a total floor area of 28,000 m2 is to be constructed in two phases (1/3 and 2/3), in a rational, flexible, economic and eco-friendly way. In addition to the office and meeting spaces, a restaurant of 1250 m2, accessible to all employees of UVEK-Complex, is included in the program.

Estimated construction cost: 108,000,000.00 CHF.

New Administration Building Pulverstrasse 11 - Ittigen — Switzerland, 2012

Participation in open international competition

BETAPLAN participated in this Finnish competition with 544 entries from around the world. The competition included full architectural drawings at preliminary design stage. In terms of both the cityscape and its symbolic significance, the Central Library will be located in the very center of Helsinki, the Töölönlahti (“Töölö Bay”) area. The new building will form a cohesive totality with the Finnish Parliament building, Helsinki Music Centre, Finlandia Hall, Sanoma House and Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art.
The defining concept of the proposed new Library is the creation of a homogeneous building without «rear facade», a building that is transformed at each floor depending on its function, its relationship to the surrounding area, the views and the orientation. The building's transformation is expressed on the varied outline of each floor level which constitutes the defining element of its mass. Homogeneity, in the appearance and form of the building, is achieved by the use of only two materials on its facades (wood and glass).
Program floor area: 10,000m2

Estimated construction cost: 69,900,000 EUR.

New Central Library of Helsinki — Finland, 2012

Design proposal for Station 20 of the Metro Line 1 in Sofia, Bulgaria. This project was submitted to the STATION 20 architecture competition, launched by the Sofia Municipality and the Directorate for Architecture and Urban Planning.

BETAPLAN was awarded Honorable Mention in this international competition with 130 international entries. The proposal included full architectural drawings at preliminary design stage. The site location of Station 20 is of particular significance, as its development will take place before the urban development of the area and will act as a pilot for the wider development of the non-urbanized zone between the two residential quarters of Druzhba.

The station will have a total floor area of 4,540 m2 while the Street Level Zone will have an area of 12,390 m2. The station is estimated to maintain a level of service with a maximum passenger flow of 7,000 passengers per hour and over 120,000 passengers per day at 5-minute intervals.

Metro Station 20 - Line 1 — Sofia, 2011

Client: ORTHOBIOTIKI Prevention & Antiaging
Cost estimate: € 1,8 million

Architectural design, interior design and medical equipment design and construction supervision.

Refurbishment and retrofitting of an existing 4-storey building to create a Medical Center of 1200 m2. The accommodation and equipment provided include: Biological Age Measurement, Digital Thermography, Bone Density Measurement, Mammography, Haematology Laboratory, Gynaecology, Endocrinology, Plastic Surgery and Laser Treatment, Cytology, Gene Analysis, Cardiography and Neurology.

ORTHOBIOTIKI Medical Center — Athens, 2010-11

Client: Benrubi S.A.

Full architectural design for the re-use of an existing storage buliding as the Headquarters building of the Benrubi Corporation. The project also comprised the planning documentation and the supervision of the Architectural Design implementation.

Headquarters Building — Athens, 2009

Client: "ELPIDA" Friends of Children with Cancer Society
Cost estimate: 17,5 million €

Architectural, Interior, Landscape, Signage, Medical Equipment and Chromatic Designs, Tender Documents, Construction Supervision and Project Management.

The new Oncology Unit consists of 4 main buildings and a system of walkways that connect it to the main building of the “Saint Sofia” Children’s Hospital (600 beds). The total area of the new Unit amounts to 15,000 m2.

The new Unit has a 138-bed capacity and comprises the following Departments:
- Bone Marrow Transplantation Nursing Unit
- 3 Oncology - Hematology Nursing Units
- 3 Daycare Units for the Oncology
- Hematology Nursing Units
- Daycare Nursing Unit for the Bone Marrow Transplantion Unit
- A Radioactive Treatment Nursing Unit
- In vitro Laboratory
- Pain Clinic
- Outpatients Department
- Blood Donor Center
- Nuclear Medicine Department (with gamma camera)
- Positron Emission Tomography Diagnostic Unit
- Meeting room for 50 people & canteen
- School for the education of hospitalized children

Children’s Oncology Unit — Athens, 2007-2010


3rd Prize

BETAPLAN was awarded 3rd Prize in this International Competition with 129 entries from around the world. The competition included full architectural drawings at preliminary design stage. The Museum will be constructed on a riverside site located at a central position in the city of Gdansk. The Museum will have a total floor area of 21,300 m2 and will comprise permanent exhibition spaces of 7,850 m2 and ancillary accommodation of 13,450 m2. The total project cost is estimated at € 54,000,000.

Second World War Museum — Gdańsk, 2010

International Architectural Design Competition for the Faculty of Engineering Building Facilities, at Athalassa Campus, University of Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus 1st Honorable Mention

Competition Authority: University of Cyprus Campus, Nicosia, Cyprus

BETAPLAN and Solon Xenopoulos / Eleni Hatzinikolaou were awarded with 1st Honorable Mention in this Competition with more than 20 international entries.

The Competition included full architectural design at preliminary stage for the New Faculty of Polytechnic School. The site for the project is situated some 5 km south east of the historic center of Nicosia, at the existing Athalassa Campus where the major part of the University of Cyprus will be located.

The New Faculty will have a total floor area of 21,800 m2 and will comprise the following Departments:
1. Deanery Department
2. Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
3. Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering
4. Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Univercity of Cyprus — Nicosia, 2010

Client: Ministry of Culture and Tourism
Directorate for the Restoration of Recent and Modern Monuments

Full Design and Tender Documentation for the restoration and structural support of several buildings in the ownership of the Ministry of Culture to house the Museum of Greek Folk Art in the Plaka area (Old Town) of Athens. The buildings, some of which are listed, have a combined area of 3,725 m2 and the estimated cost of the construction works amounts to 5,715,000 €.

Museum of Greek Folk Art — Athens, 2009
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