MetaCote is a new, smoother and more economic finishing plaster that promises to take the South African market by storm.
Andrew Mentis (Pty) Ltd, a leader in steel grating since 1950 and Endecon Ubuntu, engineering consultants with 20 years’ experience in the agricultural industry, have joined forces to come up with a cost effective custom solution for the macadamia farming industry.
The World Economic Forum for Africa, which took place in Cape Town, South Africa in early September 2019, focused on the theme of shaping inclusive growth and shared futures in the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Despite the headwinds facing the world economy, the global construction sector entered 2019 with significant momentum, having seen growth of five percent in 2018.
Bakwena Platinum Corridor Concessionaire (Pty) Ltd, (Bakwena), the private roads authority responsible for the N1N4 toll roads, will soon be launching its Asset Based Community Development (ABCD) Project along the N4.
14th August 2019 In a night celebrating Excellence in Engineering hosted by Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA) and sponsored by Aon South Africa, leaders in the Built Environment gathered at the Vodacom Dome in Midrand to honour 25 years of democracy and celebrate the winners of the 2019 CESA Aon Engineering Excellence Awards – reshaping our future together.
Preparations are well underway for another spectacular occasion celebrating innovation, quality, outstanding workmanship and professionalism in the engineering industry as Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA) and the engineering community get ready for the prestigious CESA Aon Engineering Excellence Awards.
Concor Buildings has completed the fast-tracked repurposing of BMW GROUP South Africa’s disused parts distribution warehouse on their Midrand Campus, Gauteng, delivering a new Dealer training centre, welcome/brand centre, and the information technology (IT) competence hub for the luxury motoring Group.
The effective management and subsequent attenuation or storage of stormwater has never been more critical in South Africa than at present.