St George's Hall

THE PROJECT

St George’s Hall is a heritage listed building situated in Newtown NSW and was constructed in the late 1800s. A recent refurbishment program included remedial repairs and restoration to preserve and protect the distinct characteristics of St George’s Hall. The many ornate elements of the building are areas where water can pool and enter its way into the substrate causing significant damage.

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Bondi Terraces

THE PROJECT

Four heritage-listed terraces were originally constructed during the early 1900s with double brick walls. During periods of heavy rain water was leaking into the building interior, compromising the internal fit out. Due to the age of the buildings, and their historical significance, the brick walls and their appearance needed to be preserved whilst resolving the moisture ingress issue.

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Mogo Zoo

THE PROJECT

After the devastation to local native wildlife by bushfire, Mogo Wildlife Park decided to construct a wildlife medical centre to treat injured animals. An existing building was renovated to meet this requirement and required a solution was required to provide protection from water ingress and maintain the existing finish of the wall.

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St George's Hall

THE PROJECT

St George’s Hall is a heritage listed building situated in Newtown NSW and was constructed in the late 1800s. A recent refurbishment program included remedial repairs and restoration to preserve and protect the distinct characteristics of St George’s Hall. The many ornate elements of the building are areas where water can pool and enter its way into the substrate causing significant damage.

Read more

Bondi Terraces

THE PROJECT

Four heritage-listed terraces were originally constructed during the early 1900s with double brick walls. During periods of heavy rain water was leaking into the building interior, compromising the internal fit out. Due to the age of the buildings, and their historical significance, the brick walls and their appearance needed to be preserved whilst resolving the moisture ingress issue.

Read more

Mogo Zoo

THE PROJECT

After the devastation to local native wildlife by bushfire, Mogo Wildlife Park decided to construct a wildlife medical centre to treat injured animals. An existing building was renovated to meet this requirement and required a solution was required to provide protection from water ingress and maintain the existing finish of the wall.

Read more