Welcome Colin Niland to the Team

Welcome Colin Niland to the Team

We are excited to announce Colin Niland joining the Aluminium Facade Systems team as our Facade Consultant for Western Australia and South Australia.

Colin has worked within the facade industry both in the UK and Australia for the last 35 years, providing specifications, designs and technical support for architects, builders and clients.

Having worked for fabricators, systems houses and major facade contractors, he is able to provide concise and detailed solutions for all of our ProClad™ aluminium cladding systems.

Say hello or start discussing your aluminium facades needs with Colin today by phone 0405 946 661 or email cniland@alspec.com.au.

The ProClad™ range

The Aluminium Facade Systems ProClad™ range includes; non-combustible solid panels, interlocking panels and fixings.


ProClad™ SOLID

3mm and 4mm non-combustible PVDF pre-finished solid aluminium panels available in an array of colours and sizes.



An intelligent interlocking facade system in 3 different profiles finished in an array of powder coated colours by Dulux and Interpon, including anodised and woodgrain finishes.



All non-combustible aluminium fixings for a compliant and safe installation for the ProClad range of products.



A complete non-combustible aluminium facade system, incorporating intelligent fixings methods to ensure maximum performance and lifespan of a facade, including ease of maintenance.

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