Historic preservation is a principal method for prolonging an integrity and existence of monumental structures. Restoration of historic buildings involves a team-cooperation of professionals such as archaeologists, architects, artists, landscape architects, engineers, and other experts. Specifically, an essential responsibility includes managing and coordinating each stage of processing. Those specific works combine an initial designation of historic sites, historical research and merits, precise technical records, and on-site supervising. An executive project documentation consists of written and photographic contents, detailed layouts, views, sections, and up-to-date specifications of principles, materials, and techniques. A psychical preservation process covers all phases such as stabilization, rehabilitation, restoration, revitalization, and reconstruction.