Auckland’s Central Library has closed its doorways this week as its roof is fastened.
The waterproof layer on the floor of the 50-year-old constructing is being changed, which entails breaking off the concrete floor, grinding the outdated waterproof membrane and laying a brand new one.
There are a number of layers on the roof of the Lorne Road constructing and the mission is anticipated to take till the tip of the yr.
A spokesperson mentioned a call on the very best choices for persevering with to ship the library service can be made after Easter.
The library was briefly closed on 22 March as a result of a precautionary evacuation after an disagreeable odor was reported by employees and clients, which was related to the constructing works.
It remained closed for a number of days, earlier than reopening on 25 March.
On 1 April, it was introduced the library would keep closed till additional discover.