Wed, 28 Sept|
Dunedin City Library
Visions for Dunedin: Dunedin Railway Station
Material Complexities – Repair or Replacement?
28 Sept 2022, 7:00 pm
Dunedin City Library, 230 Moray Place, Central Dunedin, Dunedin 9054, New Zealand
Dunedin Railway Station: Material Complexities – Repair or Replacement?
This presentation will explain how the 2018 condition survey and ten-year maintenance plan for Dunedin’s Railway
Station was reviewed and replanned for the current three year major repair contract.
The philosophy and practice of the material repairs and replacement will be presented, and the challenges discussed.
The project is separated into three stages, and commenced with the northern single storey addition in late 2020, followed by second stage for the northern half of the main building which has just been completed.
Work has progressed to the third final stage, which is due for completion in September 2023.
Phillip Hartley is a chartered building surveyor with Salmond Reed Architects, based in Auckland. He emigrated from England in 2005, having trained and specialised in built heritage conservation, and completed a PhD at the University of Auckland in 2020.
4th Floor, City Library | FREE