Aluminium Composite Panelling (ACP) Surveys
Aluminium composite panelling and Expanded Polystyrene sheets
Throughout the 1990’s, Aluminium composite panelling (ACP) Expanded polystyrene sheeting were one Australia’s most used materials, it provided a range of benefits to developers and builders, as it was a low cost, easy to work with and aesthetic product. It provided a waterproof, sound-deadening and thermal attributes in a light weight material.
Following the Grenfell tower fire in London in June 2017 and previously the Lacrosse building fire in November 2014 ,aluminium composite panelling was identified to be a contributing factor to deadly high rise building fires on a global scale.
With the exception of low rise buildings ( single storey dwellings for residential and double storey dwellings for commercial and industrial use ) the national building codes board requires that external walls must identify as non-combustible.
SysTec offer a range of services to help you transition your building into compliance including:
Building Risk Assessments
Aluminium composite panelling and Expanded polystyrene sheeting sheet surveys
OHS Regulations DIV 5 and DIV 6 reports
Strategies to eliminate or minimise risk associated with ACP and EPS on existing buildings