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Raising public awareness of engineering RON GRECH e Daily Press Every year the Professional Engineers of Ontario (PEO) recognizes March as National Engineering Month. New future revealed for Curzon Street landmarkFamous entrance to old station will be visitor centre and education hub under new plans unveiled by HS2The Grade I listed entrance building, which is the oldest surviving railway terminal in the world, has been disused for years but will be reborn as a focal point of the new site in Eastside which will eventually house the HS2 station.New proposals for the city council owned site have been revealed by HS2, the Government company set up to deliver the high speed rail line between London and Birmingham.The aim is to carry out a full refurbishment of the 1830s building to create a visitor centre, meeting rooms, exhibition space and a caf on the ground floor.Upper floors are set to be used by Historic England, the government body which lists historic buildings and monuments, and workshops for Birmingham City University's STEAMHouse project.How Curzon Street station looks todayThis initiative aims to encourage collaboration between the arts, science, technology, engineering and maths (STEAM) sectors which is due to launch by the end of 2017 before eventually taking space in the former Typhoo Tea factory in Digbeth.There will also be a small amount of car and bike parking and landscaping as part of the conversion project.Waheed Nazir, corporate director of economy with Birmingham City Council, said: "The former Curzon Street station building is one of the oldest railway terminus buildings in the world and a monumental piece of architecture."Sitting in the heart of Birmingham Eastside, which will be home to HS2, this building symbolises an exciting future, as well as celebrating the city's important rail heritage."Birmingham City Council has been working closely with HS2 and Birmingham City University to consider measures to protect this Grade I listed building and ensure that it's around for another 180 years, as well as marking the arrival of high speed rail in the city."Depending on the outcome of the consultation process, the planning committee will make a decision on the application in July."CGI shows how the new HS2 station will sit alongside the old Curzon Street terminalA series of renovation works are planned by HS2 which would include floor strengthening, decoration and remodelling of the interior.Documents accompanying the planning application say the expected internal experience of the restored building would be described as "urban and edgy", utilising untreated or white washed walls and stripped floorboards.The refurbishment works are expected to be completed by early 2018.The original Curzon Street station was designed by Philip Hardwick, the London born architect synonymous with railway stations and warehouses, and matches his other famous work, Doric Arch at Euston Square.The station frontage cost to build and was used as the Birmingham terminus for the London and Birmingham Railway Co.
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