via Bangkok Post, 28 June 2020: Update on the Bombay Burmah Building story, which is currently being rebuilt with the help of the Fine Arts Department.
A blueprint is being drawn up to help piece together the intricate restoration jigsaw of a 131-year-old trading post which was recently torn down, according to the Fine Arts Department.
The Fine Arts Office 7, based in Chiang Mai, posted on its Facebook that specialists have come up with a detailed plan to rebuild the house. What is left of the wooden items, including the decorative pieces, have been labelled and numbered and a note has been made of pieces that are missing.
Experts are also collecting old documents which record measurements of the key structures of the house to map out the restoration work, according to the post.