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Liviero kicks off 2014 with R800 million boost to order book

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Liviero kicks off 2014 with R800 million boost to order book.

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Liviero celebrated the start of 2014 with an R800 million improvement to its order book. The group’s new contracts are spread between the provinces of Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal and the Free State, reports CEO Neil Cloete, and they include building and civil engineering projects.

Liviero’s new undertakings are for clients that include SANRAL, Growthpoint Properties and Mangosuthu University of Technology, he adds.

The contractor is building a new multi-storey private hospital in Durban that is scheduled for completion in the latter part of 2015. Also in KwaZulu-Natal, new student accommodation is being built by Liviero at the Mangosutho University of Technology in Umlazi, and alterations and extensions are being undertaken at an industrial park in Pinetown.

In southern Gauteng, the company is undertaking a R300-million upgrade to a regional shopping centre.

On the civils side, Cloete explains that Liviero’s new contract for SANRAL in the Free State entails the construction of a new interchange at Botshabelo, on the N8 motorway.

“These awards are a welcome boost to our order book and provide a solid platform from which we can continue to expand operations in a focused and controlled manner,” he concludes.

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