One of Sydney's most extensive heritage refurbishments designed to help redefine society's relationship with the law

One of the most significant heritage refurbishments in Sydney - the Queens Square Law Courts Building. A 27 storey, 1970's modern heritage building, located along the busy Macquarie Street in Sydney. The heritage structure houses The High Court of Australia, the Federal Court of Australia, Supreme Court of NSW and their accompanying operational departments.

The works include substantial modifications to floors, precast walls, ceremonial courts, connecting stairs, new lobby, and plant areas. Carried out in stages over eight years, the works were coordinated to maintain court functions.

Client: Law Courts Limited

Architect: Group GSA, Hassell

Builder: Reed Constructions

Value: $240M

Completion: 2009

Sector: Government & Public

Services: Construction Engineering, Structural, Civil