OPENING OF THE MONUMENTAL COMPLEX OF “S. SPIRITO IN SAXIA” ROME
With the attendance of the highest Authorities at National level, of Lazio Region and of Rome Municipality, the Corsie Sistine, part of the Santo Spirito in Saxia complex, have been reopened to visitors. The Corsie Sistine, a symbolic place for medical art and an example of Capitoline civil architecture, also host a Ciborium designed by Andrea Palladio, the only work of the Venetian master preserved in Rome.
Thanks to the meticulous Construction Works Supervision conducted by INTEGRA AES over the last four years, all the ambitious goals of the restoration work have been successfully pursued. The design variations developed by INTEGRA AES also allowed to meet the specific requests of the Superintendence for Artistic and Monumental Heritage. The punctual coordination of H&S effectively prevented any danger to the health of the operators.
The importance of the event was underlined by the presence of the President of the Italian Republic, Sergio Mattarella, the Italian Ministers of Culture and Health, the President of the Lazio Region, the Mayor of Rome and the Director of the Local Health Authority RM1.
The ceremony was attended for INTEGRA AES by arch. Riccardo Bonacchi (Director of Works) and eng. Luca Montesi (Managing Director).