Roadworks will take place between February and May 2016 on the R44 near Avontuur wine estate in Stellenbosch.
The construction of a new secondary school in Zwelethemba near Worcester is under way. Once the project is complete, it will alleviate overcrowding at Vusisizwe Secondary School.
Although President Jacob Zuma has recently announced that there will be no increase in fees for the 2016 academic year, 62% of South African students taking part in the 2015 PPS Student Confidence Index (SCI), say that they believe the cost of tertiary education in the country is too high.
Murray & Roberts Western Cape, a division of Murray & Roberts Construction, was named the overall winner in the Building Contractors category of Construction World’s Best Projects 2015 Awards for its work on Century City Square Project.
A R76 million contract for the upgrading of the gravel section of Airport Road (District Road 1770) between the N2 and Kranshoek to a surfaced road was recently awarded to Entsha Henra.
Afrimat concludes agreement to acquire of 100% of the issued ordinary shares of Cape Lime Proprietary Limited for R276 million.
The South African Institution of Civil Engineering (SAICE) promotes the upholding of quality and world-class standards and encourages its members to extend their skills to compete in the global arena.
Aveng's share price fell 7.55% to 551c after saying it expects to report a headline loss per share for the year ended June of 137c-147c from 112.5c.
Based on data published by Statistics South Africa, building activity in the South African market for new private sector-financed housing has not performed particularly well in the first five months of 2015 compared with the same period last year.
Emerging Western Cape building contractors are looking forward to accredited training from the Department of Transport and Public Works on how to run their businesses more effectively.