Following the excavation in 1986, the chapel of Khay was immediately restored. To this effect a modern wall of limestone blocks was erected around the chapel. This helped to support the relief slabs of the chapel, of which several were put back in their original position. Finally, a wooden roof with concrete top layer was laid over the chapel walls. In 2007 some consolidation was done to the platform of rubble in front of the chapel. The front edge of the modern roof was slightly extended forward in order to better protect the entrance to the chapel, which was then closed off by a grilled door.