Some testimonials

Since 1981, CHAM has contributed to the conservation of over fifty historic sites in most of which are registered Historical Monuments.

They date from the 12th to 20th centuries and most are medieval and stone-built. Among them are castles, forts, churches, chapels, abbeys, rampart walls, towers, houses, dovecots, farms …
 

SOME OF OUR PROJECTS IN FRENCH OVERSEAS TERRITORIES :

REUNION ( Indian Ocean )

  • Hell-Bourg thermal baths, 19th century, 1989-1990
  • Villèle sugar factory, 19th century, registered HM, 1991-2004
  • Tombs & mausoleums, Bel-Air Cemetery , 18 th-19th c., 1996 -2007
  • Les Lazarets, 19 th-20th c., registered HM, 2004 ongoing
     

GUADELOUPE ( Caribbean )

  • Fort Delgres , 17 th-18th c., registered HM, 1993-1994.
     

MAYOTTE (Indian Ocean)

  • Villa de la Convalescence , 19th c, 1996
  • Hajangua sugar factory, 19th century, 1996-1997
  • Pole Mosque, 15 th-16th c, 1997
     

NEW-CALEDONIA (Pacific)

  • Teremba fort and prison, 18 th-19th c, registered HM, 1996 – 1997
     

SOME OF OUR PROJECTS ABROAD :

MALI

  • Humanitarian project – school construction, 1988
     

SOUTH AFRICA>

  • Fort West at Tshwane ( Pretoria ), 19 th-20th centuries, 2005
     

TANZANIA

  • Kilwa, 13 th-19th c., designated UNESCO World Heritage, 2002-2005
     

ZIMBABWE

  • Khami, 15 th-18th c., designated UNESCO World Heritage, 2000-2007