Toowoomba Courthouse

Name: Toowoomba Courthouse External Refurbishment

Date: 02-Nov-2015

Client: Queensland Department of Justice and Attorney-General

Builder: FKG Group

Category: Government


8i Architects were appointed by the Queensland Government to be the Architect and Project Manager on the rectification works and exterior refurbishment of the Toowoomba Courthouse.


Rectification works included the replacement of a leaking box gutter on the roof of the courthouse that was causing large pieces of concrete to delaminate from the existing concrete façade. 

8i Architects also took the opportunity to clad the Courthouse building and update the 1970’s brutalist concrete façade with a contemporary lightweight material. The new façade was then complemented with new energy efficient LED lighting, new security cameras and new stormwater drainage. A new front entry awning was also installed to cover the entry stairs and rectify the existing roof leak at the building. 

8i Architects are proud that this project provided employment to the local community through the employment of numerous local subcontractors.


Photographer: 8i Architects


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8i Architects is an architectural practice specialising in secondary and tertiary education, medical facilities and specialty technical projects.

I have worked with Charmaine, Hieu and the team at 8i Architects for the past 6 years. I can honestly say that if you want no nonsense, non-ego based, well thought through and sensible architecture then let 8i manage your project for you. 


Michael Page

Project Officer, University of Queensland

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