Maryborough Courthouse

Multi-storey unit complex

Bones Roofing recently took on a significant and historic project involving the roof replacement of the Maryborough Courthouse, a cherished heritage-listed building located at 170 Richmond Street in Maryborough, Queensland, Australia.

The Maryborough Courthouse stands as a testament to the region’s rich history and architectural heritage. However, over time, the roof of this iconic structure had deteriorated, necessitating a sensitive and expertly executed restoration.

Recognizing the importance of preserving this heritage-listed landmark, Bones Roofing embarked on the challenging task of replacing the roof. Given the building’s historical significance, the choice of roofing materials and techniques had to align seamlessly with the original design while meeting modern standards of durability and weather resistance.

Bones Roofing’s expertise shone through in this project as they selected materials and methods that not only restored the courthouse’s former glory but also ensured its protection for generations to come. The roof replacement incorporated roofing solutions designed to withstand the elements, safeguarding the integrity of this cherished heritage building.

The transformation was nothing short of remarkable. The refurbished roof now stands as a symbol of both historical preservation and contemporary craftsmanship, allowing the Maryborough Courthouse to continue its legacy as a cornerstone of the Fraser Coast Region’s architectural heritage.

This project underscores Bones Roofing’s dedication to preserving the past while ensuring a secure future. The roof replacement at the Maryborough Courthouse serves as a testament to their commitment to delivering high-quality roofing solutions that honor the legacy of iconic heritage buildings.