The repaired facade of Teplice v Čechách station is revealing its full glory

The first part of the reconstruction of the station building in Teplice is approaching completion. The scaffolding that covered the repaired facade is slowly disappearing from the listed building. Construction activity has now moved mainly to Platform 1, where it is also being worked on the historic roofing. The main part of the construction will be finished this year, and the complete construction will be finished in February next year. After that, the builders will focus on the interior of the vast station building.

Construction began in August last year. Its aim is to restore the roof and facade of the listed station building, including the replacement of windows and doors. Platform 1 and its roof are also undergoing renovation.

Currently, restoration work is being carried out on the facade and painting on the street side. The windows are being fitted and the roof is being installed on the post office building. Demolition work on the entrance door has also begun, while at the same time production has started. In the basement, the distribution of air conditioning and electrical wiring is being modified.

However, the largest volume of construction work is currently taking place on Platform 1 and its shelter, which is why the adjacent station track has been closed since August. The platform area has been completed and the first refurbished historic cast-iron columns for the platform roof have been installed.

The total investment costs of the first phase of the construction amount to CZK 325 million. The contractor is the company Chládek a Tintěra. The project is proposed for co-funding by the European Union from the Recovery and Resilience Facility (RRF).

For the second phase of the construction, during which the interior of the historic building will be completely reconstructed, the project documentation is currently being finalised.

Správa železnic will join the open day at selected municipal buildings in Teplice tomorrow. From 10 am to 3 pm, an information booth will be open in the station lobby, where those interested can find out information about the reconstruction of the historic building.

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