OP could always consider making use of ELU terminology - you get a Necromancer badge for answering a question more than 60 days later with score of 5 or more, which surely implies skill in "raising the dead [horse]", rather than beating/flogging it.
Then there's the Judeo-Christian myth of Lazarus, raised from the dead by Christ. OP could say he's promoting a Lazarean project - which through faith, can and will live again.
I might opt for saying the project is an exercise in phoenicity, defined by OED as the quality or condition of being a phoenix. The literal meaning of which is the mythical bird that burnt itself to ashes on a funeral pile of aromatic twigs ignited by the sun and fanned by its own wings, only to emerge from its ashes with renewed youth, and live through another cycle of years.
It's worth noting dictionary.com's definition 4 for phoenix - a person or thing that has become renewed or restored after suffering calamity or apparent annihilation.