Redevelopment of the State Library of Victoria

Redevelopment of the State Library of Victoria

11 May 2018
The State Library of Victoria is one of Australia’s oldest and busiest public libraries. Most Victorians and many tourists from interstate and overseas have visited or know about the library’s iconic and historic domed reading room. The primary focus of this $88 million project is the refurbishment of the Library’s heritage spaces. The redevelopment will create innovative contemporary spaces that embrace new technology within this important Victorian cultural institution. Andrew Christoforou, Partner leads the team for McKenzie’s and he is supported by staff from both our Victorian and Queensland offices in providing both building surveying and accessibility services. Our integrated approach to project compliance and consulting allows for the development and implementation of holistic compliance solutions focussed on the specific requirements of individual projects. The team is enjoying working with our project partner Architectus in providing proactive support and solutions to the issues inherent in such a complex and historically sensitive project.

Get in touch

Level 11, 99 William Street
Melbourne VIC
Australia 3000
T:  (03) 9247 0400
[email protected] 

Level 6, 189 Kent Street
Sydney NSW
Australia 2000
T:  (02) 8298 6800
[email protected] 

Level 7, 340 Adelaide Street
Brisbane QLD
Australia 4000
T:  (07) 3834 9800
[email protected] 

12 West Street
Burleigh Heads
QLD Australia 4220
T: (07) 3152 5200
[email protected]