Envelope conservation work for GOCB building, Moncton

The Moncton GOCB building is a federal Post Office building built in 1933, which was expanded in 1956. It now houses three federal departments. This large scale building is neo-classical in style, cladded with limestone, has a steel structure with concrete floor slabs. This 3 year construction project consisted in the complete restoration of the exterior masonry as well as the finely detailed wrought iron windows, some reaching two storeys in height. The exterior 3rd floor wall had to be completely disassembled, and reconstructed with its original limestone units.
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