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Type: Article
Title: New-Look School of Arts Building Tells 110-Year Story
Authors: Garndiner, Bruce
Tags: Infrastructure Maintenance;Restoration
Issue Date: Mar-2018
Publisher: Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia Queensland
Abstract: More than a century after its construction, Cairns’ oldest public building has been restored to its original beauty. The $8.69 million restoration of the heritage-listed School of Arts building took twelve months, with the works showcasing a mix of heritage and contemporary design that continues the century-old story. Located in the historical heart of the Cairns CBD, the finishedproduct is a tribute to the changing face of Cairns.
Description: Article
Appears in Collections:Infrastructure (Roads, Water, and Building).

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