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

NEWSMAKERS  * 3A Composites * AlucoBond™ * Aluminium Cladding * Atlantis * CladdingTest * Class Action * CCN * ExcelPlas * Expanded Polystyrene * Fairview * Grenfell * New Zealand * Omnibridgeway * Skellerup Industries * Terminus 2 * Tim Cousins * Vitrabond Class Action * XPS


Owners of Buildings with Allegedly Combustible Aluminium Cladding Prep for Action Against 3A Composites Over Alucobond PE

Attempt to Expand Scope of Combustible Cladding Case to Unknown Number of Buildings

Companies Suing Aluminium Panel Manufacturers Over Alleged Fire Risk Hit Roadblock

The Current Approach in Cladding Defect Claims

Court Backs Builder over Atlantis Cladding Claim Notification


Omnibridgeway Encourage Owners Corporations and Building Owners who have Fairview Vitrabond PE and Vitrabond FR to Sign Up to the Vitrabond Class Action

ExcelPlas Materials Testing & Analysis Recognized as the Premium Cladding Testing Lab in Australia

Premium Aluminium Composite Panels with Fire Retardant (FR) Core

Non-Combustible Ventilated Facades for Energy-Efficient Building Rehabilitation

Thermal and Pyrolysis Kinetics Analysis of Glass Wool and XPS Insulation Materials Used in High-Rise Buildings

Evolution and Current State of Building Materials, Construction Methods, and Building Regulations: Implications for Sustainable Building Practices


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Intelligent Cladding Testing to Inform Fire Risk

Forensic Fire Service for Combustible Cladding
Working with industry specialists in litigation and construction we investigate cladding fires and cladding flammability issues


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