Heirloom Apartments

Joint Sealing and Facade Remediation

Built

Front aspect of Heirloom apartments

Description

Heirloom Apartments is a $68M adaptive re-use of Fremantle’s iconic Dalgety Wool Stores building. The development not only pays tribute to the Dalgety Wool Store’s past, but its’ restoration into an industrial style apartment complex, within a historical building, represents the largest residential heritage renewal project of its kind in Australia.

BUSS was engaged by Built to undertake high-quality architectural joint sealing and façade remediation to the Durascape panels, located to the exterior panelling of the
balcony’s façade.

BUSS’ finishing works were complimentary and sympathetic to the historic features of the building; including the century-old jarrah beams.

Joint sealing works in progress
Figure 1: Joint sealing works in progress
Interior works proceeding on schedule
Figure 2: Interior works proceeding on schedule

PROJECT INFO

PROJECT MANAGER:

Marc Cugini

PRODUCT USED:
  • Sikaflex Pro
POINTS OF INTEREST:
  • Buss completed more than 15,000 linear metres of joint sealing.
  • The work face(s) was accessed via a combination of scaffolding, boom lifts, elevated work platform and scissor lift/li>
  • Works completed on schedule and within budget
  • The development won multiple State Heritage Awards in 2017

LOCATION

Queen Victoria Street, Fremantle, WA

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