Forming part of the company were the Castelo de S. Jorge (museum area and quarter), the Teatro Taborda and surroundings, the Palácio Pancas Palha (Pancas Palha Palace), the Chafariz de Dentro (where the museum dedicated to Fado was designed), the Convento das Bernardas (Bernardas Convent) (which gave rise to a design for a puppet museum) and the Palácio Marim Olhão (Marim Olhão Palace).
In 1996, recognising that the Festas de Lisboa have their cultural and organisational roots in the historic quarters, “and that the ephemeral nature of the parades should put down roots for the future”, this event became the responsibility of EBAHL.
In 2003, EBAHL changed its name to EGEAC – (Empresa de Gestão de Equipamentos e Animação Cultural), and along with this change came a new strategy, where its activity extended from the quarters to a greater scale, to that of the City, and new cultural spaces were added to it, São Luiz Teatro Municipal, Maria Matos Teatro Municipal, Cinema São Jorge and Fórum Lisboa (the former Cinema Roma). Its mission henceforth included a cultural vision for the city.
Currently, the company is still called EGEAC – (Empresa de Gestão de Equipamentos e Animação Cultural) and it has consolidated its vision, mission, spaces and cultural events under its management.
In 2015, the company is celebrating its 20th birthday.