2023-2024 / PATR2276-1

Conservation projects - restoration, restoration file and site monitoring


120h Th

Number of credits

 Advanced Master in Heritage Conservation and Restoration12 crédits 


Maxime De Brogniez

Language(s) of instruction

French language

Organisation and examination

Teaching in the first semester, review in January


Schedule online

Units courses prerequisite and corequisite

Prerequisite or corequisite units are presented within each program

Learning unit contents

Theme: Restoration File Establishment Methodology
Presentation of the process of developing a conservation-restoration project and its specificities in the framework of the Brussels Capital Region, in the Flemish Region and in the Walloon Region:
- Status of the owner, private, public, organizer of a competition, - Multidisciplinary approach, - Graphic documents, - Procedure of the CP heritage certificate, participation of the architect and art historian of the SPW, the CRMSF, the representative of the municipal administration, - Health and safety coordination at the project stage, at the construction stage, - Integration and coordination of the results of the preliminary studies, - Planning application file, - Administrative specifications, - Description of works or technical specifications, reference publications, - Particularities with regard to waste, - Detailed or descriptive summaries, summaries, cost estimates, - Tendering report, designation of the successful tenderer.
This learning activity is related to The a.a.. 2.2.2. Legislative aspects and administrative procedures, and the a.a.. 2.2.3. Site supervision.

Learning outcomes of the learning unit

At the end of the learning activity, the student will be able to - identify and understand all the procedures and procedures relating to the practice of restoration; - to apprehend the process for the restoration of a heritage object.

Prerequisite knowledge and skills

Planned learning activities and teaching methods

Mode of delivery (face to face, distance learning, hybrid learning)

Presentation of the process based on different examples, Using PPT and site visits and / or restored buildings. Projects are examples of private or public markets.

Recommended or required readings

Legislation in progress,
Technical regulations, reference publications.
The compulsory works are made available to students at the Peace and God Information and Documentation Center and / or in the libraries of partner institutions. A reading portfolio is delivered via the master's website: masterpatrimoine.be.

The teachers of the Teaching Unit 2 together organize the exam on the basis of a concrete example.

Work placement(s)

Organisational remarks and main changes to the course

In French. At the Patrimony Center of Peace-Dieu in Amay, in the field or in the premises made available by the partner universities. in this case UMONS, Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism. Visits outside.


Anne-Françoise Barthélemy
Coordination administrative. Master de spécialisation et gestionnaire de chantier
AWaP | Agence wallonne du patrimoine
Direction de la formation
Rue Paix-Dieu, 1b
B- 4540 Amay
+32 (0)85 41 03 65| Fax+32 (0) 85 41 03 80
  af.barthelemy@awap.be * www.masterpatrimoine.be

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