The Station

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The Station (also known as Waterfront Station), formerly the Canadian Pacific Railway Station, is a four-storey steel structure, clad with ornamental terra-cotta and brick, constructed circa 1913 and categorized as a Class A(M) Heritage building protected by the City of Vancouver.

This project started with an investigation into a leak where cracks in the terra-cotta cornice were observed.

This initiated a full review and assessment of the building's facade followed by an extensive pre-design mock-up program.

The project was divided into five phases, starting with the most prominent south east elevation and working around the other elevations.

Project Specifications

Location
Vancouver, BC

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

Owner/Developer
Cadillac Fairview

Contractor
Heatherbrae Builders / PC West Construction

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