SAN FRANCISCO DE MOSTAZAL RAILWAY STATION

(2014-2015)

 

Representative building from the time when the first railway lines in Chile began to be built, being one of the few examples that remain today of a system of stations that shared a common architecture and typology, characterized by simple masonry walls with wooden structure in the perimeter corridor and the roof. The monument was seriously damaged in the earthquake of February 27, 2010, being declared uninhabitable. Development of critical lifting, intervention criteria and preliminary project for the rehabilitation of the building.

 

 

CLIENT: Consejo de Monumentos Nacionales

LOCATION: Pasaje O'Higgins S / N, San Francisco de Mostazal
SURFACE: 640 m2
EXECUTION YEAR: 2014-2015
ARCHITECTS and TECHNICAL INSPECTION: Tandem Limitada

ENGINEERING: Cristián Sandoval Mandujano

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