Immediately after its excavation in 1981, the chapel of Raia was restored. Several loose relief blocks were re-erected in their original position. A new limestone wall was built around the orthostats bearing the relief decoration of the chapel. This modern wall was plastered on the outside and carries a roof of wooden planks with a layer of concrete on top. The entrance of the chapel is secured by an iron door which is kept locked. No further interventions have been carried out during the 2004-2008 conservation project.