Pacific Central Station - Façade Restoration

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Vancouver’s Pacific Central Station had suffered extensive façade damage due to the original design’s unsuitability to the unique West Coast climate.

In 2009, with funding from the federal government, an extensive restoration and rehabilitation project for VIA Rail Canada began.

RJC’s Building Science and Restoration team was part of the comprehensive upgrading of the damaged historic building envelope.

In collaboration with Donald Luxton and Associates heritage consultant and Thibodeau Architecture Design, RJC helped assess the façade, plan the scope of work based upon the deficiencies discovered, developed contract documents and provided field services during construction.

Project Specifications

Location
Vancouver

Building Structure Type
Heritage/Historic / Transit - Heavy Rail / Transit - Bus

Owner/Developer
VIA Rail Canada

Architect
Thibodeau Architecture Design

Contractor
Heatherbrae Builders

Service Areas

Heritage Conservation

Heritage Conservation

Prime Consulting

Prime Consulting

Building Enclosures

Building Enclosures

Facade Engineering

Facade Engineering

Practice Areas

Building Science

Building Science

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