St Stephen’s Lutheran Church Upgrade

Commercial Industrial, South Australia

Process

The site is located on Wakefield St in the City and involved extensive refurbishment and new works to 3 of the existing 4 buildings on the site.

The project involved the demolition of an existing single storey solid brick building situated between 2 existing buildings required to remain, and then replacing it with a new single storey building in the same location. The new building is situated against the eastern boundary and adjoins the 2 existing buildings to the north and south. 

The project brief also required that the majority of the existing 2 storey building be refurbished, including removal of the Asbestos “Deep 6” roof and replacement with a new metal deck roof, stripping and modifying the ground and first floors, provision of a new lift with shaft, and opening up the façade to incorporate new windows. 

The existing church hall required minor cosmetic refurbishment and remained occupied by the client for the duration of the project. The existing Church did not require any new work, however as it remained a fully functioning facility it was imperative that it remained uninterrupted, safe, and protected from damage for the full duration.

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