Agile and Responsive: Sheldon’s ACP Project for City Views Business Park with Goodman.
On the 14th of June 2017, the 24 storey Grenfell Tower in West London burst into flames, causing 72 deaths due to the combustible materials of aluminum composite panels (ACP). Through intensive investigations and findings, it was found that ACP was a standard material being used on buildings across Australia, as it was a low-cost cladding solution.
As trusted experts with over 30 years’ of experience, Sheldon have built an agile and responsive foundation to lead workplace wellness and safety. Accountability at every level, Sheldon understands the need to respond and become the leaders for effective change in such intricate circumstances. In saying so, when global property institution Goodman approached Sheldon to remove ACP cladding as part of their City Views Business Park project, Sheldon was more than ready to deliver. City Views Business Park sits in the heart of the second largest office market in NSW, where its strategic location facilitates for all business needs through its accessibility and environmental surroundings, meeting a diverse range of business needs.
We at Sheldon are honoured to have been part of an important and substantial development for workplace transformation by ensuring that the health and safety of the people are fulfilled through our resolution to replace ACP with a solid non-combustible Aluminum Facade cladding system. Using scissor lifts, 85 foot and 135 foot boom lifts Sheldon delivered the project two weeks ahead of schedule and under budget.
Agile and responsive from start to finish, we thrive on innovation by pushing boundaries and challenging what’s possible. The complete turn-key solution utilising all of Sheldon’s in-house divisions including design, project management, electrical/data/technology, partitioning and manufacturing to facilitate your every need.