Qld investigates sub-par building supplies - 9news.com.au

The Queensland government has appointed a special taskforce to investigate the use of belowstandard building supplies, prompted by the discovery of suspected non-fire retardant cladding on one of the state's biggest hospitals. Housing and public works ...

Brisbane News - Ten Eyewitness News

You're watching Brisbane News Cladding concerns Brisbane's Princess Alexandra Hospital is under examination after it was discovered the buildings may have flammable external cladding similar to that involved in London's Grenfell Tower disaster.

Major Australian hospital covered in 24000sqm of flammable cladding similar to that used on London's Grenfell Tower ... - Daily Mail

Cladding used on one of Queensland's biggest hospitals may be a fire risk, the state government has found following an audit prompted by London's Grenfell Tower blaze. Housing and public works minister Mick de Brenni has announced that potentially ...

Brisbane hospital could have highly flammable cladding, audit finds - The Guardian

A 2012 picture of a building on the Princess Alexandra hospital campus in Brisbane, where potentially dangerous aluminium cladding has been found. Photograph: John Pryke/AAP. Brisbane. Brisbane hospital could have highly flammable cladding, audit ...

Hospital fire safety doubts prompt probe - 9news.com.au

Tests are underway to establish whether or not cladding used on one of Queensland's biggest hospitals is fire-retardant, with doubts prompting a statewide investigation into the use of below standard building supplies. Housing and public works minister ...

Fire safety of cladding at Brisbane Princess Alexandra Hospital in doubt - Brisbane Times

The announcement came more than a week after police confirmed the insulating cladding recently installed on the Grenfell Tower building in London had quickly burst into flames in a fire safety test. Play Video. Play. Mute. Current Time 0:00 ...

Cladding on Princess Alexandra Hospital could be a fire risk - 9news.com.au

Cladding on one of Queensland's biggest hospitals could pose a fire risk, the state government has found in an audit sparked by London's deadly Grenfell Tower blaze. Tests are underway to confirm whether cladding used on Brisbane's Princess Alexandra ...

Potentially flammable cladding on Brisbane's Princess Alexandra Hospital being investigated - ABC Online

The Queensland Government has confirmed it is investigating potentially flammable cladding on the outside of the Princess Alexandra Hospital — one of Brisbane's busiest hospitals — and a Brisbane CBD building. The potentially flammable material was ...

Cladding on Brisbane's Princess Alexandra Hospital may be non-fire retardant - Courier Mail

Housing Minister Mick de Brenni today announced that non-conforming building materials had possibly been used on the hospital. “This week information was provided to me regarding the possibility of non-fire retardant cladding on a building at the PA ...