To this day, the Australian construction industry is still feeling the repercussions of the Lacrosse and Grenfell tower fires. A nationwide investigation as to the extent of combustible cladding on Australian buildings followed shortly thereafter, highlighting a widespread problem across the industry.
Combustible cladding and the state of facade design examines the state of facade design in Australia: where are we now, what the current issues are, and where we need to be in the future. In the ten years since Lacrosse, some jurisdictions have quickly responded to address the problem, putting in place extensive cladding remediation initiatives, while other jurisdictions have taken longer to react. There is now greater scrutiny over facade design and the selection of cladding materials.
Available from Network Architectural, Mitsubishi ALPOLIC™ NC/A1 is the safest and most versatile aluminium cladding on the market and meets all New South Wales Government testing requirements as a DtS non-combustible cladding for use in Project Remediate.
Download this whitepaper to learn about the state of facade design in Australia: where are we now, what the current issues are, and where we need to be in the future.
Please note by accessing advertiser content your details may be passed onto the advertiser for fulfilment of 'the offer'. The subscriber also permits the advertiser to follow up the fulfilment of the offer by email, phone or letter.