Cladding & Facade  Audits

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Cladding & Facade Audits

Roscon's Cladding and Facade audits comprise of four stages: Desktop Audit, Site Assessment, Testing of Cladding, and Methodology to Remove and Rectify Non-Conforming ACP.


Stage 1 – Desktop Audit

Roscon will review all documents available, including original architectural plans, to determine whether Aluminium Composite Panelling (ACP) has been specified for use on the building.

Stage 2 - Site Assessment

Roscon will carry out a site investigation to assess details of the façade panel. We also document facade details including the type, material, and extent of the cladding.

Stage 3 - Testing of Cladding

Roscon will arrange materials testing through a NATA accredited laboratory. The result of this test defines the material as either combustible or non-combustible.

Stage 4 - Methodology to Remove and Rectify Non-Conforming ACP

Roscon can formulate a plan to remove and rectify any non-conforming ACP immediately by preparing a detailed scope of works and costings for the removal and replacement of the defective external cladding at the property.

Service | Quality | Value

Why choose Roscon?




Roscon provides real time and prompt assistance to all our members and their tenants, landlords and occupants through our national call centre 1800 767 266. 



Roscon believes in a high quality service where safety is treated with the upmost respect. 



Roscon has a developed a comprehensive understanding of the high standards required to not only meet but exceed expectations. 


Qualified & Experienced

All of Roscon's staff and contractors are fully trained in their field of expertise. We are interested in your success. 


Registered Building Practitioner

Roscon’s policies and procedures are accredited with ISO 9001, Master Builders Association (DB-U 13329) & (CB-U 4272), Australian Institute of Project Management and Strata Community Australia.


Cutting Edge Technology

Roscon is well-appointed with the latest equipment and technology such as thermal imaging and drones for inspections.