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Vancouver’s Beaux-Arts style train station, designed by Pratt & Ross Architects in 1911, had suffered extensive damage because its original design was ill-suited to the West Coast climate. In 2009, we undertook an extensive rehabilitation and restoration project for VIA Rail Canada, with funding from the Federal Government. This involved a comprehensive upgrading of the damaged historic building envelope. The work included extensive masonry work, seismic upgrades, replacing corroded steel lintels, remediating the original stucco, adding adequate zinc flashing throughout, installing vented parapets, replacing roofs, refurbishing all of the windows (wood and metal), and restoring the historic neon sign.