CCG Architects were engaged by Delaware North (a large hospitality company which provides food and beverage outlets to a wide range of sporting, airports and the like around the world) to assist in the delivery of a new fitout and level of service to the Central Station concourse. CCG’s role was to negotiate the design through the various consent authorities. As there were three (3) separate sites, there were three (separate applications to the Office of Environmental and Heritage, and to City of Sydney Council.
Adaptive reuse of a significant interior is a challenging process. CCG Architects undertook this process and led it through to completion for the client. The areas of excellence were in the management of several varied and disparate stakeholders to agree to solutions that were of low impact and can satisfy the client and customer expectations. CCG Architects wrote all the applications, including the Statements of Heritage Impact and Statements of Environmental Effects. CCG also assisted in closing out the various conditions and processes.
The additional work will be undertaken an interpretative display of several items from the TfNSW Heritage collection for display in the restaurant fitout.
The restaurant would has been called Eternity, a homage to the lay preacher Arthur Stace who, for decades, wrote the word in beautiful copperplate style on walls and footpaths around the city centre