St Barnabas Anglican Church

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DPA Architects have been appointed by the Christchurch Anglican Church Property Trustees to oversee the restoration and structural upgrading of some 20 heritage churches in the Christchurch region following the 2010 and 2011 earthquakes.  

The foundation stone for St Barnabas Anglican Church, Fendalton, was laid in 1925 by Archbishop Julius.  The stone church is the largest of Cecil Wood’s Arts and Crafts Churches.  Carvings by Frederick Gurnsey are also included in the church. 

The church sustained moderate damage in the Christchurch earthquakes.  DPA Architects was commissioned to prepare a conservation plan for the building and was extensively involved in the restoration and structural upgrading of the building. The work was proposed in three separate parcels; the earthquake damage repairs to the building, strengthening of the building to 67% of NBS, and carrying out deferred maintenance.  Fire sprinkler and alarm systems were also installed as part of the works. 

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St Barnabas Anglican Church

DPA Architects have been appointed by the Christchurch Anglican Church Property Trustees to oversee the restoration and structural upgrading of some 20 heritage churches in the Christchurch region following the 2010 and 2011 earthquakes.  

The foundation stone for St Barnabas Anglican Church, Fendalton, was laid in 1925 by Archbishop Julius.  The stone church is the largest of Cecil Wood’s Arts and Crafts Churches.  Carvings by Frederick Gurnsey are also included in the church. 

The church sustained moderate damage in the Christchurch earthquakes.  DPA Architects was commissioned to prepare a conservation plan for the building and was extensively involved in the restoration and structural upgrading of the building. The work was proposed in three separate parcels; the earthquake damage repairs to the building, strengthening of the building to 67% of NBS, and carrying out deferred maintenance.  Fire sprinkler and alarm systems were also installed as part of the works. 

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St Barnabas Anglican Church

DPA Architects have been appointed by the Christchurch Anglican Church Property Trustees to oversee the restoration and structural upgrading of some 20 heritage churches in the Christchurch region following the 2010 and 2011 earthquakes.  

The foundation stone for St Barnabas Anglican Church, Fendalton, was laid in 1925 by Archbishop Julius.  The stone church is the largest of Cecil Wood’s Arts and Crafts Churches.  Carvings by Frederick Gurnsey are also included in the church. 

The church sustained moderate damage in the Christchurch earthquakes.  DPA Architects was commissioned to prepare a conservation plan for the building and was extensively involved in the restoration and structural upgrading of the building. The work was proposed in three separate parcels; the earthquake damage repairs to the building, strengthening of the building to 67% of NBS, and carrying out deferred maintenance.  Fire sprinkler and alarm systems were also installed as part of the works. 

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