Lot Fourteen Bice Building

  • Client
    Renewal SA
  • Architect
  • Location
    Adelaide, South Australia
  • Status
  • Value
    $27 million
  • Delivery Method
Lot Fourteen Bice Building

The Bice Building Refurbishment Project at Lot Fourteen involved a complete heritage restoration – stripping the 1927 built four storey State Heritage listed Bice Building back to its bare bones – and providing a complete restoration and reinstatement of all heritage elements along with all new services, seismic upgrades and warm shell fitouts to all floors.

Significant Heritage Restoration

Jewel of Adelaide’s Lot Fourteen Precinct

Fast tracked Program Delivery

Six Star Green Star Rating

Hansen Yuncken undertook refurbishment works for the Bice Building at Lot Fourteen, marking the completion of all staged heritage works at the Lot Fourteen Global Innovation Precinct. Works included a complete façade restoration, structural and seismic upgrades, new services including lifts, mechanical, hydraulics, electrical, IT and communications with modern contemporary finishes and fixtures.

The Bice Building refurbishment builds on Hansen Yuncken’s Lot Fourteen legacy, having already refurbished the heritage listed McEwin Building

In undertaking this complex heritage refurbishment, original components were incorporated and restored to their original state in Brick and Rendered Walls, as well as original and replicated copper panelling. Original cast-iron turrets were removed and restored back to their original form, as well as restored or replicated timbers windows. The Building’s original entrance revolving door and its surroundings were utilised and re-incorporated into the building design as a sliding door. The external paint colour scheme was conducted in consultation with Heritage SA and Purcell to match one of a kind heritage requirements.

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