Combustible cladding in government buildings
We have taken action on combustible cladding in our own buildings, with almost 94%* of government buildings either undergoing rectification or already complete. Completion of the rectification program is expected in 2025.
Interim fire safety risk mitigation measures are implemented to ensure buildings are safe to occupy until rectification works have been completed.
To provide visibility of our cladding assessment process, government-owned sites with affected buildings are listed below. Sites are removed from the list when rectification works have been completed on all affected buildings to the satisfaction of a specialist fire engineer.
* This figure decreased from 98% to almost 94% in September 2023, due to recently identified buildings which are under investigation.
List of sites as at 31 October 2023
|Brisbane Entertainment Centre||Stadiums Queensland|
|Cairns Convention Centre||Department of Energy and Public Works|
|Cairns Hospital*||Queensland Health|
|Carseldine Government Precinct||Department of Energy and Public Works|
|Ecosciences Precinct Building||Department of Energy and Public Works|
|Logan Hospital*||Queensland Health|
|Mackay Hospital*||Queensland Health|
|Metricon Stadium||Stadiums Queensland|
|Queensland Children’s Hospital||Queensland Health|
|Queensland Institute of Medical Research RBWH Campus||Queensland Institute of Medical Research|
|Queensland Sports and Athletics Centre*||Stadiums Queensland|
|Queensland State Archives*||Department of Energy and Public Works|
|RBWH Busway Station||Department of Transport and Main Roads|
|Runaway Bay Sport and Leadership Excellence Centre||Department of Education|
|William McCormack Place||Department of Energy and Public Works|
- Last updated:
- 3 November 2023