North Beach Bathers Pavilion, Wollongong


Quick Facts:

CLIENT: Wollongong City Council
ARCHITECT: Conybeare Morrison International Construction
PROJECT VALUE: $13M

AWARDS:  2013 MBA Excellence in Construction Award – Restoration of an Historic Building
NSW National Trust Heritage Regeneration & New Development Award 2013

  • heritage refurbishment of the Pavilion viewing platform
  • heritage restoration of façade masonry and retention
  • demolition of internal structure and new pier foundations
  • new seawall and beach stair construction
  • stormwater trap infrastructure
  • lifeguard offices
  • new restaurant with imported installation of glass roof
  • plant equipment
  •  landscaping
Project Details:

Lahey was engaged to undertake the meticulous restoration of the North Beach Bathers Pavilion in Wollongong. The work included heritage masonry repairs and remedial works, so as to restore this iconic 1930s building to its former glory.

Lahey worked collaboratively with heritage consultants to review the scope of the conservation and repair, confirm the required outcome method, and establish the materials to be used in accordance with conservation management plans.

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Contact

  • Suite 2.08, 55 Miller St, Pyrmont, NSW 2009

  • lahey@lahey.com.au

  • (02) 9509 3333