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Deadly cladding on 2500 Sydney buildings


Up to 2500 high-rise buildings in Sydney could contain the same type of non-compliant and ¬deadly cladding that has caused dozens of deaths overseas, a ¬secret briefing note from the NSW Department of Planning and Environment has revealed.

Most fire-resistant panels still being ignored for UAE towers despite spate of blazes


A 5,000 square-metre facade clad with composite panels is equivalent to 19,000 litres of fuel !

Flammable cladding found on 50 per cent of new Melboune high-rises


Is it a lack of understanding of compliance by the industry or is this a further example of value management at the expense of safety and compliance ?

Elizabeth Quay - Kiosk 4 nearing Completion


Sapphire Anodised Colour finishes create stunning effects on Symonite Composite Panels the new Elizabeth Quay - Kiosk 4 designed by Matthews & Scavalli Architects in Perth

Brisbane Student Tower Denied Occupancy Over Compliance


A student accommodation building in Brisbane has been denied occupancy permits by local government due to concerns over the installation of potentially combustible non-compliant cladding on its exterior. Could this be a result of Value Management ?

Dubai: Another Thermoplastic Cladding Fire Close Call


A couple of years ago, the setting was in the Southern Hemisphere at the Melbourne suburb the Docklands.

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