Ioannis Ventourakis

Athens / Greece

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Ioannis Ventourakis
Architect (National Technical University of Athens - School of Architecture).
Ioannis Ventourakis was born in 1947. He is one of the two principals of BETAPLAN S.A., which he co-founded in 1972. He has been in charge for the design, management, permitting procedure and construction supervision of a large number of major cultural, healthcare, education, transportation, hospitality, residential and sports projects, as well as of smaller projects dealing with ancient monuments. He has wide experience in project management and coordination, including the entire range of administrative and contractual issues. He is an expert in the architectural aspects of the restoration, renovation and maintenance of traditional buildings and monuments.

He is also very experienced in the collaboration with foreign architectural firms for some of the most prominent recent projects in Greece. His projects include the design of some of the most significant venues for the Athens 2004 Olympic Games, the permitting, preparation of the Law and bidding procedure for the New Acropolis Museum, the design in collaboration with Cooper Robertson and Partners and in particular the coordination of the local team of experts involved in the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center project and the preparation of the Law ratified for this specific project, as well as the full design in collaboration with Renzo Piano Building Workshop, along with a big team of foreign and local consultants, the permitting and bidding procedure and the construction supervision of Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center, currently under construction
Ioannis  Ventourakis
Ioannis Ventourakis
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Architect (National Technical University of Athens - School of Architecture). Ioannis Ventourakis was born in 1947. He is one of the two principals of BETAPLAN S.A., which he co-founded in 1972. He has been in charge for the design, management, permitting procedure and construction supervision of a large number of major cultural, healthcare, education, transportation, hospitality, residential and sports projects, as well as of smaller projects dealing with ancient monuments. He has wide experience in project management and coordination, including the entire range of administrative and contractual issues. He is an expert in the architectural aspects of the restoration, renovation and maintenance of traditional buildings and monuments. He is also very experienced in the collaboration with foreign architectural firms for some of the most prominent recent projects in Greece. His projects include the design of some of the most significant venues for the Athens 2004 Olympic Games, the permitting, preparation of the Law and bidding procedure for the New Acropolis Museum, the design in collaboration with Cooper Robertson and Partners and in particular the coordination of the local team of experts involved in the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center project and the preparation of the Law ratified for this specific project, as well as the full design in collaboration with Renzo Piano Building Workshop, along with a big team of foreign and local consultants, the permitting and bidding procedure and the construction supervision of Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center, currently under construction