News April 2020
Large corporate opts to replace low-risk cladding independent of ban guidelines.
CJ Duncan is underway with another combustible cladding remediation project for a large commercial owner.
This commercial client’s asset is not strictly subject to the NSW Government’s ban on the most combustible form of ACP cladding ( >30% combustible polyethylene in the cladding’s core material), as laboratory tests have determined that the ACP on this site falls marginally under the threshold for the ‘ban’. However, the ACP is still combustible and poses a serious fire safety risk to occupants. As such, the owners are conducting these works, at their own expense, independent of the ‘ban’, as they take their corporate, legal and social responsibility to ensure the safety of their tenants and visitors to the site, very seriously. For that we commend them.