CCN – The Latest Updates, News, and Alerts on Combustible Cladding (Breaking News) Reaching more Players in the Cladding Industry

NEWSMAKERS  * 3A Composites * AECOM * AlucoBond™ * ALPOLIC™ * Aluminium Cladding * CladdingTest * Class Action * CCN * Cladding Safety Victoria * Clayton Utz * CSV * ExcelPlas * Expanded Polystyrene * Fairview * Grenfell * HVG Facades * Kingspan * Lovegrove & Cotton Lawyers * MITSUIBISHI * Network Architectural * NUCLEO™ * QLD Government * Tim Cousins * Willmott Dixon


Insurers Liable to Cover Combustible Cladding Claims

QLD Government Issues Important Update on ‘Managing Combustible Cladding in Queensland’


Willmott Dixon Takes AECOM to Court Over Cladding Controversy on High-Rise Building

Introducing Nucleo, the Latest Fire Safe Bonded Aluminium Panel from HVG Facades

CSV ISSUES UPDATE ON Cladding Safety Victoria’s Program

Better Safeguard for your building in Faster Timeframes – Cladding Flammability, Sampling and Analysis

Probe over Grenfell material at Queen Elizabeth University Hospital
Three years ago, while NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde insisted the Kingspan Kooltherm K15 insulation boards it had used was safe it emerged it had applied to have it removed in 2017 but it was said it did not pursue the move.It can be revealed that some of the K15 insulation has already been removed, but only in areas when it was used in conjunction with Alucobond aluminium composite material (ACM) cladding panels. That is despite the fact that Alucobond said its cladding material was not used at Grenfell Tower

U-turn on cladding Work Needed after Government-Ordered Review

An Interplay Between Cladding Safety Victoria Funding and Demands for Cladding Regularisation

Mitsubishi ALPOLIC™ NC Cladding Complements Raw Concrete on Darra Building Facade


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