Cladding replaced at Randall House

Randall HouseUnsafe aluminium composite (ACM) cladding has been removed from Randall House in Poplar and its replacement with safe cladding material is now complete after action from Tower Hamlets Council and its development partner Guildmore.
Following the Grenfell Tower fire, in June 2017, the Government instructed building owners to identify residential tower blocks over 18 metres in height where Aluminium Composite Material (ACM) cladding had been used. This review identified that the cladding buildup used to part of the north façade at Randall House fell short of the standard required when subjected to independent testing.
Mark Baigent, Interim Divisional Director – Housing and Regeneration at Tower Hamlets Council said: “Residents can be assured that their home now has safe fire resistant cladding and I’m grateful to Guildmore for processing this job so swiftly and efficiently.”
Engin Ertosun, Managing Director of Guildmore, said: “At Guildmore, our highest priority is to ensure the safety of residents who call our buildings home. We are pleased that these works have now been completed to the highest safety standards and to the satisfaction of the Council and Building Control.”

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