Roseworthy College Hall is the tallest and most recognisable building on the University of Adelaide’s campus. Listed on the State Heritage register, construction commenced in 1883, and a 2006 audit of the heritage building showed significant building movement and cracking in walls, ceilings and the front façade, as well as salt damp.
For these reasons, HSR undertook the façade conservation works and internal heritage refurbishment in-keeping with the cultural significance of the building. The project consisted of the removal of previous 1980’s fit-out to ground floor, including the removal and management of Chrysotile (Asbestos) interior floor tiles and reinstatement of heritage interior. As well as brick and stone façade conservation works and salt damp remediation work.