One can refurbish or restore a heritage building, but not renovate it. Renovation means some essential alteration to the original concept.
The Queen Victoria Building has undergone a "refurbishment" this year. However, that is political-speak, as the change to the escalator system is quite major. It has been renovated to bring the building up to the standards expected of buildings in the 21C with regard to access for disabled people and obligations with respect to public liability. I find the new escalators an intrusion.
However, they do make for excellent reflections.
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