3 Jul 2014

Geoffrey Snedden and Neville Brown: Wellington Town Hall

From Upbeat, 12:15 pm on 3 July 2014

When the Wellington Town Hall closed last year for earthquake strengthening, no-one imagined that the cost would balloon from 43 to 60 million dollars. The Wellington City Council now faces a decision - how do they deal with the 110-year-old building, and how much money should they spend? Eva Radich walked through the Wellington Town Hall with Earthquake Resilience project managers Geoffrey Snedden and Neville Brown, who talked her through the building's structural issues and how they might deal with them.