Airey Taylor Consulting were contracted as the Engineers on the re-construction and refurbishment of the Claremont Council Chambers that were destroyed by fire in November 2010. The project involved restoring the old heritage council offices and building a new three storey extension.
Structurally, the construction methods comprise multiple forms of construction, namely in-situ reinforced concrete slabs with post tensioned beams, delta pre cast flooring system for suspended slab supported on pre cast concrete walls and columns. The external pre case concrete walls display a honed and sealed finish. The use of steel stud framed walls and brickwork, feature on the restoration of the heritage building.