Tender opportunity - St Paul’s Anglican Pro-Cathedral, Valletta
The attention of members of the business community is drawn towards the tendering process underway in connection with the restoration of St Paul’s Anglican Pro-Cathedral in Valletta.
The restoration project is expected to include, contracts for the repair and restoration of the fabric of the cathedral walls both internally and externally, the repairs and restoration of the church roof, the timber structure inside the spire/tower, the external and internal lighting of the cathedral, the external paving around the cathedral, including accessibility improvements, and restoration of the boundary walls and wrought iron-work, as well as remedying serious structural stability defects of the tower/spire.
The restoration project is expected to last until the end of 2021.
The tenders will be published through the following link in the project website: www.savethecathedral.com/erdf
St Paul’s Anglican Pro-Cathedral was built between 1839 and 1844 on the initiative of the Queen Dowager Adelaide, widow of King William IV and the aunt of Queen Victoria. The Pro-Cathedral is dedicated to Saint Paul, considered to be the spiritual father of the Maltese nation. Its unique and historic identity is complementary to and in harmony with the Archdiocese of Malta, walking together in Faith. It is the architectural masterpiece of William Scamp. He took over the commission when the project faced serious structural issues, and ensured it was successfully completed. The building is designed to a Neo-Classical architectural style with a grand temple-front portico with Ionic columns. An array of eight Corinthian columns embellish its interior.