Reports of the demise of the construction industry in South Africa are greatly exaggerated, says construction giant Grinaker-LTA.
The National Home Builders Registration Council will resume offering its full service operations at its main Provincial Offices as of Monday, 8th of June 2020 in line with the Level 3 Lockdown Regulations.
As the construction industry gears up to return to work when the lockdown moves to Level 3 on 1 June, industry stakeholders need to come together to reach a consensus on a number of contentious issues, says Wayne Albertyn, Director of Gothic Construction and President of MBA North.
The Master Builders Association (MBA) North is calling on government to assist the industry by proactively engaging with the industry to firm up the lockdown regulations as they pertain to the construction industry as timeously as possible.
Lascocrete is a leading manufacturer and installer of superior quality concrete products in and around Cape Town. Leveraging 45 years of expertise, their dynamic leader Theresa Lassen, is proud of their track record of delivering solutions during troubling times, purposefully integrating the slogan “Impossible is nothing” in their philosophy and work ethic.
Zest WEG has delivered a locally manufactured main power transformer to a wind farm project near Swellendam in the Western Cape.
To protect the wellbeing of its staff and stakeholders, the South African Council for the Project and Construction Management Professions (SACPCMP) has put a number of measures in place to ensure that the risk of Covid-19 transmission is managed throughout its office premises.
It is imperative to the growth of the South African economy, and our social responsibility, that big businesses support small businesses within the construction industry, and give back to the community.
Concor’s new group CEO Lucas Tseki is confident South Africa’s construction sector is turning the corner, provided there is no further delay in the adjudication and awarding of large infrastructure contracts by government agencies.
The depressed state of construction in South Africa means that tower cranes are usually rented rather than purchased, but there is a chance that this trend may start changing this year.