Corum City Museum


The building serves a museum today was initially built in 1914 as a hospital


Prota prepared restoration projects for this historical building located in Corum, Turkey

The building was initially built in 1914 as a hospital. After a couple of decades, it was used as the School of Architecture, School of Medicine, School of Art, School of Trade, Machinery Academy and Ataturk High School. The building received damage in a fire break out in 1988.  Ministry of Culture and Tourism initiated renovation works in 1989 and on 11.03.2003, the building reopened as the Corum Museum. 

After the fire break out, Ministry of Culture and Tourism tendered the restoration and renovation works of the building. Prota Engineering performed entire renovation design works of the museum. Having a total construction area of 5,000  m²,   outer masonry walls of the building was preserved as a whole and a structure made by steel constructed frame and precast panel floors is placed inside. Prota Engineering performed renovation design works of the building with the coordination of Architect, Saadet Sayın.


  • LocationCorum/Turkey
  • ClientMinistry of Culture and Tourism
  • Total Closed Area5,000 m²
  • Term of Contract1989