CCN – The Latest Updates, News and Alerts on Combustible Cladding (Breaking News)
NEWSMAKERS: * 3A Composites * ACA * Alucobest * BCA * Colins Biggers and Paisley * Fairview * HVG * Sparke Helmore Lawyers * VBA * VIC Government * WA Gov
Lawyers Scrambling to Defend Multiple Combustible Cladding Claims
• King & Wood Mallesons (KWM) is representing 3A Composites
• Sparke Helmore Lawyers (SHL) are representing Halifax Vogel Group (HVG) with Quinn Emanuel retained as strategic counsel
• Colins Biggers and Paisley (CBP) is representing Fairview
Disciplinary Action Stalled After Lacrosse Tower Fire as State’s Cladding Crisis Continues (Breaking News)
Australia’s Building Crisis Fix will Cost $6.2 Billion: Report
ACA Highlights Combustible Cladding Risks in Wake of “Danger to Life” Warning (Breaking News)
Alucobest Cladding Company (China) to Exhibit at Major Paris Construction Industry Exhibition
3A Composites Lifts Net Revenues by 14% to CHF 613.7 million (AUD 924 Million)
The trend to high-quality flame-retardant or non-combustible cladding panels plus gain of new customers drove double-digit revenue growth
Fix this Cladding Crisis, Labor Tells Morrison (Breaking News)
Builders Collective of Australia (BCA) Present a Public Event to Discuss the Causes, Consequences and Solutions on Cladding Crisis (Last Tickets)
New Scientific Research Published on Fire Behaviour of Façade Equipped with Aluminium Composite Material-Based Claddings
Stalemate Leaving Fire-prone Ticking Time Bombs Around Australia (Breaking News)
Authorities Dodge Questions on Flammable Cladding (Breaking News)
MFB Seeking Senior Building Surveyor/Fire Safety Engineer – Cladding
Senior Building Surveyor – Fire Safety Job in NSW
Leaked list of Tasmanian buildings potentially containing combustible aluminium cladding includes University of Tasmania accommodation, the new Parliament Square Building, hospitals and a number of schools
Bannermans Lawyers Submission for Building Stronger Foundations
Australian Essential Services Group are independent auditors and fire safety specialists operating nationwide
AESG’s Combustible Cladding reports assist owners in establishing the risk profile and coverage of combustible materials, as well as providing guidance and recommendations to de-risk their building. AESG offer a range of reports to assist with insurance enquires, Council or VBA Notices/Orders and pro-active investigations.
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Roscon is a specialist provider of property reporting and facilities management services to business in the Owners Corporation and Insurance industries
As expert consultants, Roscon can devise a solution to address any non-compliant claddings. These solutions may be far more cost effective than replacing the entire building facade.
Step-by-Step Guide For Evaluating the Combustibility Risk of Cladding
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