What has already been done?
The reconstruction of the classicist building of the railway station was started in 2012. The companies SUDOP Praha a.s. and TaK Architects s.r.o. are involved in the revitalization project of the Masaryk Station period buildings. The company TaK Architects s.r.o., represented by Ing. arch. Marek Tichý, covers the overall concept of architectural approach to the reconstruction of this registered immovable cultural monument.
A complete reconstruction of the roofing of the main departure hall, including its facade on Havlíčkova Street, was carried out. In 2016-2018, the work continued by making a new floor of the hall, including the technological elements below it, the repairs of the facades and the installation of new opening fillings, including delicate advertising signage of the units operated by the tenants. In 2016, a new transformer station was built in the basement.
In 2017, new passenger toilets were open at the Masaryk Station and the facade of the north-eastern building was reconstructed, including the installation of new opening fillings and the restoration of the historically valuable doors to the former Customs House. Since 2016, there has been a continual change and renewal of commercial units, which should offer the passengers an expected contemporary standard.