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TheLienZone Podcast covers a wide variety of Florida construction law topics. Bond, Company Logo, American, Logos, Logo, Legos

A Podcast About Construction Law, Contracts, Liens and Bonds

Good American podcast

Corrs High Vis: Episode 22 – Construction Market Forecast - 2018 and beyond - Corrs Chambers Westgarth Insight, Construction, Marketing, Building

Corrs High Vis: Episode 22 – Construction Market Forecast - 2018 and beyond - Corrs Chambers Westgarth

Corrs High Vis is a podcast series that offers insights into the Australian construction industry.

Draft regulation for cladding - Department of Planning and Environment Cladding, Environment, How To Plan, Environmental Psychology

Combustible cladding regulation

Under the Regulation, owners of certain buildings with external combustible cladding are required to register their building with the NSW Government through the simple, user friendly NSW Cladding Registration portal.

Update on activity to prevent the use of defective building products, in particular for aluminium compositive cladding Where Are We Now, Air Conditioning Units, State Government, Building Materials, Cladding, Architecture Design, The Unit, Fire, Australia

High-rise fires and non-conforming products: how can architects manage the risk?

Risk manager Wendy Poulton considers the various investigations into non-conforming building products that have taken place following incidents across Australia.

Australian high-rises swathed in flammable cladding despite suppliers knowing of risks Composite Cladding

Australian high-rises swathed in flammable cladding despite suppliers knowing of risks

More than a decade before the deadly Grenfell tower fire in London, Australian suppliers of aluminium composite cladding knew the product they were selling was highly flammable.

Landscape fire of ripping through Grenfell Tower Tower, Fire, Landscape, Building, Decor, Decoration, Computer Case, Buildings, Towers

Combustible

The dangerous legacy of failed regulation in the building industry.