Identification of Risks in Restoration Projects of Immovable Cultural Heritage
Keywords:Immovable Cultural Heritage, Restoration Projects, Risk Management, Delphi Technique, Flood Risk
Activities for the conservation of cultural heritage around the world are gaining importance day by day. Restoration of immovable cultural heritage has an important place among conservation activities. Restoration projects have different dynamics from standard construction projects. This causes restoration projects to have inherent risks. For a successful restoration project to be realized, these risks must be systematically addressed within the framework of a comprehensive risk management plan. The research aims to determine the risks in the restoration projects of immovable cultural heritage and to prepare the basis for a comprehensive risk management system. After the research topic and the literature review, the risk management process and risks in restoration projects were classified based on the existing literature, and risks were defined for each category. The significance levels of the identified risks were determined as a result of the Delphi questionnaires, which consisted of three stages in which a group of experts participated, using the Delphi Analysis Technique. The most critical risk categories and risks that experts agreed on were determined. The findings obtained as a result of the research will contribute to the efficiency of the process by supporting a planned risk management process for the stakeholders
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