But also: Mi-kado Fund, FATEC Group, iMOVW!
Site name: Fort d’Entrecasteaux
Owner of the site: City of Marseille
Owner: Association La Citadelle de Marseille
Architect / Project manager: Isabelle Guerin and MATONTI-POLITI agency
Site: Fort d’Entrecasteaux (upper part of Fort Saint-Nicolas) dating from the 17th century and classified as a historical monument
Number of simultaneous integration jobs: 116 (i.e. approximately 250 people accompanied per year)
Beginning- end of project: Since 2003
Title prepared: Mason of the Old Building
Expertise / support for heritage: DRAC Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur
Our work is carried out in an eco-construction approach using the ancient know-how of building:
And modern eco-construction techniques:
The Fort d’Entrecasteaux (upper part of the Fort Saint-Nicolas), classified as a historical monument since 1969, is the flagship of ACTA VISTA’s integration and vocational training workcamps. Owned by the French Army until 2011, the first restoration projects were ordered by the City of Marseille from 2003 on the glacis at the foot of the ramparts (areas then owned by the City of Marseille), then on the entire site from 2011, when the City of Marseille acquired Fort Entrecasteaux.
This imposing integration and personal training site allows the establishment and development of an innovative and committed social project in the heart of Marseille, for the inhabitants of the region.
98 jobs are contracted per year on this site, with permanent entries and exits. Each year, this site enables the training of more than 230 job seekers from the region in the trades of old buildings.
250 PEOPLE TRAINED EACH YEAR
2 out of 3 FIND THE WAY TO EMPLOYMENT
9 out of 10 QUALIFY AT THE EXAMS PRESENTED
Many restoration actions have been carried out at Fort d’Entrecasteaux since the beginning of our intervention in 2003:
Work carried out and in progress: