DMA to host Philip Halton, Deputy Commissioner of QBCC, for Fire Cladding Event
DMA to host Philip Halton, Deputy Commissioner of QBCC, for Fire Cladding Event


With the new Queensland fire cladding legislation set to come into effect in early 2019, DMA will be hosting an event on 13 December 2018 to help answer questions about the legislation, what’s required, and what the implications will be for buildings that are found to have non-conforming cladding.

The event is targeted at project managers, building owners, strata managesr, property managers and architects based in Brisbane who would like to understand more about the legislation for themselves and/or their clients.

Please note this event is by invitation only. If you are interested in attending, please contact 


What to expect:

Attendees will first hear from Philip Halton, Deputy Commissioner of the Queensland Building and Construction Commission (QBCC). Philip will share details around the key dates and deadlines, what needs to happen between now and March 2019, the role of QBCC in the process, and what will happen beyond March.

This will be followed by a Q&A panel session with industry experts including:

– Philip Halton, Deputy Commissioner, QBCC

– Mark Anderson, Team Leader, Professional Certification Group.

– Kristan Conlon, Partner, McCullough Robertson

– Koroush Keshavarz, Principal Fire Engineer, DMA Engineers

– Patrick Beckett, Queensland Manager – FINEX, Willis Towers Watson Australia


Event details:

The event will commence at 5:15pm for a 5:30pm start.

The presentation and panel will finish by 6:30pm, and guests are invited to stay for networking drinks.

Questions? Contact




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