The sudden announcement of the lockdown by President Ramaphosa understandably raised serious and immediate concerns in the building industry.
Corobrik’s dedication to improving the lives of disadvantaged community members through training programmes continues to grow with the implementation of a nine-week bricklayer course.
A dedicated work ethic and enthusiasm has seen 30-year-old Masana Mabasa quickly rise through the ranks of the Corobrik with her latest appointment as Sales Administration Manager at the Edenvale office, beginning this May.
Corobrik is delighted to receive the PMR Diamond Arrow Award, the highest rating for the seventh year running.
Jean-Pierre Desvaux De Marigny from the University of KwaZulu-Natal wins the 30th Corobrik Architectural Awards.
Innovation is the standout quality that differentiates design resolutions and helps define architecture as special and appreciated by one’s peers.
The quality, durability and overall affordability of Corobrik’s face brick range has seen it form part of several inner-city rejuvenation schemes across the country, with the latest Heritage View development in Brickfields, Newtown Johannesburg forming an eye-catching example.
A range of Corobrik’s face brick and pavers were selected for the iconic development of the new Sol Plaatje University integrated into the inner-city fabric of Kimberley in the Northern Cape.
The conference hall at Durban’s popular Botanic Gardens was the setting for the joyful occasion on Wednesday the 19th of September as 30 students were presented with certificates as successful graduates of the bricklaying course facilitated by Corobrik.