Brisbane City Hall
A stone study, external elements report and roof conservation plan of Brisbane City Hall’s external elements was undertaken for the Brisbane City Council. The scope of works included recommendation of repair and maintenance work to stonework, staging for the works and assisting the QS with preparing a bill of quantities. Documentation for the conservation of external elements including stone, pointing, lead weatherings, doors/windows, spandrels, flagpoles, light fittings and the copper dome roof was completed.
National Trust of Queensland Gold Award for Excellence in Heritage Conservation 2004
RAIA National Lachlan Macquarie Award for Conservation 1999
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