Restoration of the Saint-Gervais church by Pradeau Morin

As part of the restoration project of the Saint-Gervais Church located in the 4th arrondissement of Paris, our Pradeau Morin teams are currently working on the restoration of the north transept of the building classified as a Historic Monument.

The Saint-Gervais Saint Protais church, erected from 1494, is a true testimony to the history of Paris mixing classical, Gothic and flamboyant Gothic styles. Listed as a Historic Monument since 1921, it is at the heart of this restoration project, which aims to restore this place of worship to all its former splendor.

The project, started in 2019 with the restoration of the firm phase (TF) dedicated to the renovation of the 35 meter high bell tower, continues with the work of the optional phase (TO), started in May 2023. This new phase of work is dedicated to the restoration of the north arm of the transept (arm located between the choir and the nave), a crucial step for the preservation of this heritage jewel. The restoration of the facades includes elements of specific size such as the size of the pinnacle, the flamboyant balustrade and the crowning of the turrets.

The site, under the supervision of the architectural firm LAGNEAU Architectes, is progressing successfully thanks to the expertise and commitment of our 14 companions involved. To date, more than 600 m² of facade have already been restored, and 50 m² of stone have been replaced.

Delivery is scheduled for October 2024. Throughout the duration of the work, the Saint Gervais Saint Protais church will remain open to the public.

Congratulations to our teams for this major project.

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