Rmeil 292, built in the late 19th century, is composed of three floors (GF +2). The ground floor is used for commercial purposes, and the upper floors, composed of a ‘central hall type’, had an educational function. The roof structure, which is the subject of our report, is made of a steel frame.
Due to the level of damage done to the roof structure, a tarpaulin cover was installed for protection. Even though Rmeil 292 is currently uninhabited, its shelter and protection was necessary to preserve it from further damage.