A heritage high-rise building in Vancouver, Canada required rehabilitation due to corro­sion of the steel frame and cracking in the masonry infill. Brick masonry was segmentally removed from the face of this 15-story-high building to expose the steel beam and column framjng system. Steel corrosion products were removed by needle scaling and sandblasting. New steel plate was welded to the beams and columns where required to strengthen the structure to its original design. Rebar was installed in the previously brick-filled cover to the steel frame and a high quality, low permeability silica fume shotcrete was applied to encase the rebar and fill the void. The south side of the building was