STRUCTURAL ENGINEER'S REPORT
The structural concepts which make up the Pier Arts Centre presented different engineering challenges of conservation, renovation and new build, but none greater than the integration of all three to create the linkages necessary for the centre to function effectively. The existing Pier gallery building is an early-19th-century B-listed stonebuilt pier warehouse converted in 1978 by Levitt Bernstein.
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