The Sunland Group worked with Dulux AcraTex to ensure a single system finishing solution for their Stage 3 Kellyville project consisting of 147 townhouses and a community centre.
Sunland Group installed the Exsulite thermal facade system on the upper floors of The Parc Stage 3 and as an alternative wall cladding system to other nominated wall areas where a light cladding was specified and complemented with the use of EPS lightweight decorative features coated in situ. All ground floor construction used Hebel AAC PowerPanel.
Both the Exsulite thermal facade system and Hebel AAC PowerPanel were finished in Dulux AcraTex coating system to deliver a uniform standard finish to both ground and upper wall areas.
A key objective for the Sunland Group was to speed up the construction and installation process in order to meet a tight project timeline. The developer sought a solution that was capable of delivering a seamless uniform texture finish to the entire facade. The project also required a recycling program to be set up to prevent the EPS waste going into landfill.
Dulux AcraTex provided a fully accredited integrated non-load bearing, lightweight wall cladding system installed by a Dulux AcraTex Exsulite trained and registered installer to the upper floor sections with Hebel AAC PowerPanel system used on the ground floor. A single Dulux AcraTex finishing system was then applied to both the Hebel AAC PowerPanel and Exsulite thermal facade system, helping deliver one uniform seamless weatherproof texture finish to the entire building facade.
Dulux AcraTex also worked with the Sunland Group to develop a site specific recycling program to allow all EPS waste generated during construction to be consolidated into manageable volumes and taken away for recycling, therefore avoiding the waste going into landfill.
As a result, Stage 3 was finished on time within a 12-month period.
Based on the successful outcomes at The Parc Stage 3 project, the Sunland Group introduced these solutions to ‘The Glades’ Project in Queensland.