Vitracore G2 is well-known for having the same look as traditional aluminium composite panels but with the added benefit of being fully compliant to current BCA guidelines including AS1530.1 (non-combustible). This means architects can have peace of mind in specifying Vitracore G2 without sacrificing their building design and preferred colour scheme.
However, even though the product has been used on many aged care, education and health projects its use on critical infrastructure and defence developments is lesser known. Vitracore G2 was recently installed on the Australian Defence Force Helicopter Aircrew Training System at HMAS Albatross defence base Nowra, a @Lendlease and @GroupGSA project.
To find out more about our involvement in this $190 million redevelopment please see our Project News. We also have a video of the project installer, Troy Koch at ABS Façades, discussing his experience with using Vitracore G2 and how it compares to traditional ACP.