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Posted Apr 17, 2020 eBook: Combustible Cladding
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Fires in buildings in Melbourne’s Lacrosse building (November 2014), London’s Grenfell Tower in June 2017 and the Neo fire In Melbourne (February 2019) have revealed the latent fire risks associated with combustible cladding and consequent risk to public safety. Across Australia various state government’s have introduced a series of measures to address community concerns about…

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Posted Feb 21, 2020 Podcast: Combustible Cladding Ep. 1
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Special Counsel, Anthony Herron provides an update on developments in the law in relation to Aluminium Composite Cladding. This episode will assist in understanding the issues about combustible cladding. Episode 2: https://kreisson.com.au/combustible_cladding_ep_2/ Episode 3: https://kreisson.com.au/combustible_cladding_ep_3/   For more information – Download our Combustible Cladding eBook here See our Combustible Cladding articles: https://kreisson.com.au/c/publication…  

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Posted Sep 10, 2019 Your Contract, Your Risk: A Course On How To Manage Construction Contracts To Better Secure Project Success
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DESCRIPTION COST: $375 (incl GST) PER PERSON ($325 (incl GST) PER PERSON IF THREE OR MORE FROM ONE COMPANY) Mid-session food and drinks provided A course on how to manage construction contracts to better secure project success. The difference between the success or failure of a construction project often depends on how the underlying contract…

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Posted Sep 10, 2019 The Security of Payment Act: A Course On How The New Changes Will Affect Your Business
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DESCRIPTION COST: $375 (incl GST) PER PERSON ($325 (incl GST) PER PERSON IF THREE OR MORE FROM ONE COMPANY) Mid-session food and drinks provided A course on how the new changes will affect your business. If you are a contract administrator, project manager, developer, builder or subcontractor in the building and construction industry, don’t miss…

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Posted Jun 11, 2019 Residential Property Developers and Purchasers Affected by Cladding Legislation Changes
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Summary of the New Laws Almost two years have passed since the Grenfell Fire in June 2017 and five years since the Lacrosse Fire in Melbourne 2014. To address public fire safety concerns following these two incidents, new laws have passed for buildings that are affected by external combustible cladding material. In summary, the owners…

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