AESG Successfully Resolve Emergency Order

Author: Matthew Gale
News Date: 5/2/2019 4:10 PM
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Late last year (2018) AESG successfully helped a valued client resolve an Emergency Order which was issued due Combustible Building Materials and a Shortfall of Essential Safety Measures. 

The residential building in Melbourne's Inner North is home to over 100 residents and was under the real threat of an evacuation order when the Owners Corporation approached AESG for assistance.

Through swift and carefully management AESG put in place immediate 'make safe works' to de-risk the building to avoid over 100 residents facing immediate eviction whilst the flammable material was removed.

The Combustible Material was successfully removed and the Essential Safety Measures upgraded within 3 weeks of AESG being engaged. AESG combustible cladding team worked closely with the Owners, Owners Corporation Management and the Municipal Council to ensure that all works were completed safely and efficiently to achieve the safest result for all owners and residents. 

As reported in THE AGE 4th February 2019…"The audit has identified 360 high-risk buildings. So far just one building with combustible cladding has been substantially fixed since the that audit began, Sue Eddy, the chief executive of the Victorian Building Authority, revealed on Monday."

If you require any further information or assistance in resolving any issues relating to Combustible Building Materials or Essential Safety Measures contact AESG on:

1300 336 339 or


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