The hall of Mazarrón have received the Award for Quality in Construction of the Region of Murcia announced on Tuesday morning at the headquarters of the Ministry of Development, Public Works and Planning.
The ceremony was presided by the new director Francisco Barnabas.
The modernist building from the late nineteenth received this award in the category of restoration work for institutional use also competed in the House of Contributions of Totana, the Plaza Vieja de Alhama Cultural Center and the Music Conservatory Narciso Yepes Lorca.
The mayor of Mazarrón, Francisco Garcia, expressed his satisfaction with this recognition, "as it puts in value the work done this years ago and concern for display in the best possible condition heritage with which the municipality".
In the same line expressed the Councillor for Culture and Heritage, Ginés Campillo, as it has been since its council from which he has left the initiative to present the draft performance in the competition.
To Campillo this is a further distinction for the municipality.
The counselor own hours later visited the award-winning building has valued its beauty and state of preservation which has maintained after the relevant works carried out.
To Barnabas is "good news for Mazarrón as these awards are like the Oscar of the building in the Region of Murcia".
The hall of Mazarrón is a modernist building from the late nineteenth century to house the municipal offices of the City Council, which deserve special attention the Plenary Hall, the Foyer and Hall office, the marble staircase, the Temple Coronation and the facade itself.
The building was commissioned the architect of Catalan origin cartagenero Francisco de Paula Oliver Rolandi.
It was declared a Cultural Interest (BIC) in 1983, with Monument category.
In 1987 slabs, walls and part of the decks were rebuilt.
In 2001 cracks were found on the second floor, which caused some alarm, so he decided to leave the building temporarily.
The comprehensive restoration project raised the structural and functional restoration for re-commissioning as a public building.
In 2008 the architects Rafael Pardo, Severino Sanchez and Pedro Enrique Collado finished the work by providing new facilities and accessibility according to regulations, fully integrated and efficient manner.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Mazarrón