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

NEWSMAKERS: * 4D Projects * ACT Government * ACP * Alpolic™ * AlucoBond * AXA Insurance * Cladding Safety Victoria * CladdingTest * CCN * Court of Appeal * CSV * ExcelPlas * Grenfell * Lacrosse Tower * Mitsubishi * Morrissey Law * Network Building * Omni Bridgeway * South Australia * Tom Vasilopoulos * QBBC * QLD * VBA * Vitraloc™


Combustible Cladding Class Actions – Investment Update from Omni Bridgeway (Breaking News)

Lacrosse Apartment Builder found Not Liable for $12M Combustible Cladding Damages (Morrissey Lawyers)

Breaking News – Major Queensland Hospital Could be at Risk of Fire Due to Combustible Cladding


ACT Cladding Program Update on Major Canberra Cladding Projects

Melbourne Laboratory Receives Recognition for Fire Research on Composite Building Cladding and Facades

Who is Leading the Market in Fire-Safe Aluminium Composite Cladding?

The Cladding Scandal – What You Need to Know?–what-do-you-need-to-know

Alternatives to Combustible Facades and Related Design/Cost Impacts

4D Projects alongside VisionClad have achieved great outcomes in the replacement of Non-Compliant Combustible Cladding.

VBA Hiring Municipal Building Surveyor

AXA Announce they Will Offer standard Property Owners Insurance on Buildings with Combustible Cladding

Engineered and Tested Vitraloc™ Non-Combustible Cladding System Providing Peace of Mind

Meet the Barrister dealing with Combustible Cladding or Performance Solutions


Four Years Since Grenfell: Londoners Still Stuck in Unsafe Homes Reveal Their Fear, Stress and the Spiralling Costs

Grenfell Tower fire: Government wants new proposals on Personal Emergency Evacuation Plans


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Step-by-Step Guide For Evaluating the Combustibility Risk of Cladding

Australian NATA Testing Laboratory Offers Cladding Identification and Testing Services (to determine Combustibility Risk Profile)

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