RMIT Removes Combustible Cladding
In accordance with Victorian Building Authority's new mandate on combustible cladding, RMIT assessed its existing building portfolio, identifying nine buildings across its Melbourne and Bundoora campuses that require removal and replacement with compliant non-combustible cladding.
Cerno project managed the removal and replacement process of the cladding and is pleased to report that the buildings achieved full compliance status in February 2019.
A 3mm solid aluminium panel was used in the replacement.
The RMIT Vietnam Campus in Ho Chi Minh city has now also been assessed and changes have been undertaken in accordance with local and Australian compliance standards.