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Excellence awa r d s f o r

e n t ry b o o k

innovation

2012

aesthetics

community involvement

technical excellence

vintage

sustainability


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AWARD SPONSORS

01 Categories

02 Introduction Aesthetics - Appearance and the enhancement effect of the precast concrete product on the overall project - Detailing - Quality of installation - Product quality

06 Sponsor Profiles

coMMunity involveMent - Number of local community members employed on the project - Skills passed on to the local community - Labour cost as a percentage of the whole project - Installation quality - Product quality

innovAtion -

18 Community Involvement

Significance to project’s overall sustainability SuDS (Sustainable Drainage Systems) Water harvesting and saving Flood and pollution control Energy usage/saving Initial carbon footprint Waste reduction Product and installation quality

20 Innovation

24 Sustainability

technicAl excellence -

Engineering excellence applied Impact of best practice examples Impact of installation quality Impact of product quality

26 Technical Excellence

vintAge -

10 2010 Winners

12 Aesthetics

Innovation in design using precast concrete Innovation in precast concrete application Innovative installation technique Impact of product quality

sustAinAbility -

04 Awards Judges

Condition of installation such as colouring, texture Structural integrity of installation Age of installation Environmental conditions affecting the wear/erosion of the installation (severe, moderate, etc)

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CMA’s 2012 Awards for Excellence Entry Submission Overview The Concrete Manufacturers Association, (CMA) thanks all members who submitted entries for this year’s Awards. Besides the new Awards format, this is the first time that the entry book has been published electronically and it provides a valuable reference to the 2012 CMA Awards for Excellence competition. Although the old format served the Association well, more relevant entry criteria were clearly indicated. Five new categories, ‘Aesthetics’, ‘Community Involvement’, ‘Innovation’, ‘Sustainability’, and ‘Technical Excellence’ match the aims and objectives of the Association more meaningfully than the product-based system of prior competitions. However, not all past categories have been replaced. ‘Vintage’, has been retained because it highlights some very important aspects of precast concrete such as durability/low maintenance, longevity and excellent weathering. In addition to the introduction of new categories, the number of awards has been halved from 36 to 18, making a CMA award all the more desirable. Furthermore, the thee-tiered structure comprising regional awards and ceremonies, national awards and five trophy awards has been dropped in favour of a single streamlined ceremony in which six trophies will be awarded to the overall winner of each category. An additional three commendation awards per category will be made providing they demonstrate standards which merit recognition. As is generally known this year’s competition takes on additional significance because the CMA is celebrating its 40th year, an anniversary which will be celebrated during the Awards presentation gala dinner on November 3rd. Like many of its peers, the fledgling Association had humble beginnings in 1972 as a masonry association, paving being added shortly thereafter. The full story on how

the CMA evolved into what it is today will be covered the November edition of Precast. Since they were first staged in 1985, the Awards have become the undoubted highlight of the precast concrete industry’s calendar. They provide an excellent vehicle for southern African designers and project developers to establish themselves as trendsetters across several disciplines, and in doing so, to gain national recognition. The CMA is justifiably proud of the superior attributes of precast concrete which is evident in this year’s competition – attributes which are certainly on a par with those of our global compatriots. A total of 77 entries were submitted this year, a number which reflects the continued strength and diversity of the precast concrete industry. As anticipated ‘Aesthetics’ dominates the new category entries with 29 submissions, followed by ‘Innovation’ and ‘Technical Excellence’ (15 each), ‘Sustainability’ (8) and five each for ‘Community Involvement’ and ‘Vintage’. The judging for this year’s event took place on August 8th and the results will be announced at the Awards ceremony . Membership The CMA is a national coordinating body responsible for promoting the interests of its members and the consumer in all matters relating to the manufacture and use of precast concrete. Its membership comprises: • Manufacturers of precast concrete • Suppliers of raw materials and manu facturing equipment to precast concrete manufacturers • Contractors who install precast concrete products • And consulting engineers. Aims and Objectives The CMA promotes the widespread use of precast concrete and lobbies for best-practice standards in its manufacture and application.

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It collaborates with the South African Bureau of Standards in introducing and revising industry standards, stages regular technical seminars, and publishes technical literature on precast concrete applications. It is particularly active in promoting skills development and job creation, and over the past 10 years its producer members have introduced several innovative precast concrete products which have been used to enhance the quality of life across all spectrums of society. In addition, the pooled knowledge and expertise of our members fosters an adherence to best-practice manufacturing standards, as well as the development of innovative, environmentally and community-friendly products. These offer wide-ranging benefits which are promoted to architects, engineers, specifiers, contractors and end-users.

CMA Member Services • Technical and professional advice • Education and training • Promotions and assistance with marketing • Promotional literature • Research into and the development of precast products and applications • Member listings on all CMA literature/website • Invitations to all standards/specification committees, either on committee or by correspondence • Maintaining and assisting with the improvement of standards and ensuring SABS approved products perform according to specification • Participation and representation in collective lobbying to authorities and government regarding standards • Assistance with marketing. Associations The CMA is represented on the following technical bodies in areas of common interest: SABS; CSIR; C&CI; NHBRC; SAICE (Joint Structural Division); and SAWiC.


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Fa n u e l M o t s e p e Having lectured at the University of the Witwatersrand Johannesburg for four years, Fanuel Motsepe has practiced as an architect and urban designer since 2005. As director of Motsepe Architects (M Arch) (Pty) Ltd, he heads significant city rejuvenation projects in Johannesburg’s inner city and South Africa’s capital city, Tshwane, as well as charity projects in villages and historically black townships.

In addition to M Arch, Fanuel is the founder of Motsepe Architects Research Unit (MARU) cc. MARU is equipped with a library, a computer lab, an audio-visual room, and a model-making studio. MARU engages local and international researchers and publishes research findings. Fanuel is the president of the South African Institute of Architects (SAIA). He is also an executive councillor at the South African Council of the Architectural Profession (SACAP). He served 10 years at the South African Heritage Resources Agency – Gauteng (SAHRA-GP) where he provided heritage conservation architectural services. He is an executive board

member of the Black Business Council in Built Environment (BBCBE). Fanuel subscribes to a design philosophy rooted in cultural-adequacy for built environment doctrines and practices, in particular those that unlock the socio-economic opportunities of Africa’s marginalized people. He applies this philosophy through the concept of Botho/Ubuntu, ‘said to reflect a deeprooted African maxim, “A person is a person through other persons” - “Umuntu ngumuntu ngabantu”.’ (David Olivier, Faith and Earthkeeping, 1998). Cultural adequacy through Botho/Ubuntu is an on-going research topic at MARU.

H e r ma n d e La n g e Herman practices as a senior landscape architect with Viridian Consulting Landscape Architects and Environmental Planners in Cape Town. The current national president of ILASA (Institute for Landscape Architecture in South Africa), he is also secretary for ILFA (The International Federation for Landscape Architects). After graduating with a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from the University of

Pretoria in 2001, Herman practised as a professional landscape architect with Uys & White Landscape Architects in KwaZulu Natal until 2011. During this period he was involved with projects for the Department of Public Works, sport infrastructure, streetscape designs and residential estates, among others. He also contributed to three community upliftment projects. While with Uys & White, Herman gained invaluable experience on international projects. These included: Port Ghalib Resort on the Red Sea in Egypt; the Novotel and Ibis Hotels in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia; an InterContinental Hotel in Dakar, Senegal; as well as several other projects

in the United Arab Emirates and abroad. He joined Viridian Consulting in September 2011 and in the intervening period he has worked on several projects for the City of Cape Town. These are: the Voortrekker Park Resort; a non-motorised transport (NMT) study and implementation; and the Imizamo Yethu Sports Grounds in Hout Bay. Herman has also been involved in a number of development framework projects, including the Tokai Manor Precinct for SANParks and the OR Tambo Precinct in Khayelitsha. His other work on the Cape Peninsula has involved residential estates, tourism infrastructure, and streetscape designs.

L l e w e l ly n va n W y k Llewellyn is the principal researcher and project leader in the Competence Area of the CSIR’s Building Science & Technology within the Built Environment unit, a position he has held since 2002. He holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Cape Town (1980) and is registered as an architect with the South African Council for the Architectural Profession. He is also a life member of the South African Institute of Architects, a member of the Commonwealth Institute of Architects and a member of the Union of International Architects. His key qualifications include ecological

design in the built environment, high performance building, skills training and education for the built environment professions, project leadership and management, and advanced construction technology. He founded the architectural practice of Norman Calitz and Llewellyn van Wyk in 1982 and the firm has completed over 300 buildings throughout southern Africa. In 1984 he was elected as a Cape Town city councillor, becoming deputy-chair of the Town Planning Committee in 1986, deputy-mayor in 1993 and deputy-chair of the Executive Committee in 1995. He was a founder member of the 2004 Cape Town Olympic Bid and served as a director on the board of the Olympic Bid Company. Llewellyn was elected as the president of the South African Institute of Architects in 1999 and as president of the Commonwealth

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Association of Architects in 2003. He launched the Digest of South African Architecture in 1999 and served as the editor until 2003. He is the current editor-at-large of the e-journal, Greenbuilding South Africa, which he helped launch in 2007. Moreover, Llewellyn is a director and founder member of the Green Building Council of South Africa, and serves on its technical committee. He joined the Division of Building and Construction Technology at the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research in 2002 where he is research group leader in the programme for construction. Llewellyn has delivered over 20 keynote papers at international and national conferences and workshops, and is the author of numerous published papers on architecture, the built environment and the constructed environment.


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M A r t i n vA n v e e l e n Martin is a professional civil engineer and a certified environmental assessment practitioner with Iliso Consulting and Project Managers, a position he has held since 2005. Spanning 36 years, his career has been built on the engineering and project management of infrastructure and environmental projects, mainly water related. He has extensive experience in water quality, especially water quality management, monitoring and assessment, and he has published over 20 technical papers on the subject. His qualifications include: BSc Eng Civ., University of Pretoria 1976; BSc (Eng) (Hons)

(Water Utilisation), University of Pretoria 1977; M Eng (Water Utilization), University of Pretoria 1983; PhD in Aquatic Health, Rand Afrikaans University 2003. During his seven years with Iliso, Martin has worked on over 30 infrastructure projects in diverse locations such as Libya, Kenya, Uganda and Ethiopia as well as in South Africa, Lesotho, Namibia and Botswana. Some of his current work includes: project leading an environmental impact assessment of Lesotho’s Kobong Pumped Storage Scheme and a 65km electricity transmission line linked to the Katse Dam; the Gauteng Integrated Transportation Master Plan 2035; project leading the preliminary design of a 500 km, 2m diameter pipeline in Botswana; and a new intake works for the Soroti water treatment works in Uganda. Before joining Iliso Consulting he worked

for the BKS Group, a multi-disciplinary consulting engineering group and management firm, where he was involved in over 20 major projects, most of them water based. From 1989 to 1992 he was deputy chief engineer with the Department of Water Affairs and Forestry. During the eighties Martin worked on the Mossel Bay Regional Water Supply Scheme, the Lesotho Highlands Water project, the Lower Fish River Government Water Scheme and the Ka-Ngwane Rural Water Supply. Martin is president of the South African Institute of Civil Engineers (SAICE) and is a fellow of the South African Institution of Civil Engineers. He is also a member of the South African Society of Aquatic Scientists, a member of the International Water Association, and a member of the Water Institute of South Africa.

Q i n i s A n i ‘ Q ’ M b At h A A registered quantity surveyor and a professional appraiser, Qinisani is managing director of Mbatha Walters & Simpson Quantity Surveyors, a position he has held since 2009. Qinisani specialises in building and engineering projects and is experienced in all aspects of quantity surveying and project cost control in the office, retail, hospital, industrial and residential environments. He holds two qualifications from the Natal University, a BSc in quantity surveying and a masters degree in Commerce Project Leadership and Management. His other qualifica-

tions include: Project Controls 1 & 11 from Alpavo Consultancy; Project Finance from Euromoney Training; and he has completed a Property Development Programme (PDP) at SAPOA (South African Property Association). He joined Walters & Simpson Quantity surveyors (Natal) in 1995 where he worked as a student until 1998 and then as a qualified QS until 2002. In 2003 he had a brief spell with Flour Daniel as a contracts manager and during the same year he joined the Industrial Development Corporation’s (IDC) QS Legal & Project & Structured Finance Department. The following year he was appointed as head of the IDC’s evaluations department, and in 2007 he rejoined Walters & Simpson in Johannesburg as a director. The company’s name was changed to Mbatha

Walters and Simpson in 2009. Qinisani is president of the Association of Quantity Surveyors SA (ASAQS) and is a member of the Southern African Projects Controls Institute (SAPCI) and the Institute of Directors in Southern Africa. He has held the following directorships: Merafe Resources (Pty) Ltd SA (2004/2007); African Chrome (2004/2007); and Chibiluma South Mines, Zambia. Qinisani served on IDC’s Sectors & Projects Credit Review Committee as a technical advisor between 2003 and 2007 and was a member of its insurance committee between 2005 and 2007. He was also a member of the Merafe Resources Board Audit and Nominations Committee from 2004 to 2007 and was the chairman of its Risk Committee during 2005/7.

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A f r i Sam AfriSam is one of the most widely spread cement groups in the southern African region, with operations in South Africa, Botswana, Lesotho and Swaziland. The company employs nearly 2 000 staff members and almost 1 000 contractors. It has an annual cement production capacity of 4.6 million tons, which is produced from its six production facilities and distributed to its customers through nine strategically-located cement depots. AfriSam’s readymix operation can produce almost any concrete mix required by customers from any one of its 40 readymix concrete plants across the region. It also has the capacity to produce in excess of ten million tons of aggregate from its 16 quarries and aggregate operations every year.

Its slagment business unit, located in Vanderbijlpark, has produced slagment over the last 50 years for the construction of major structures, including buildings, dams, bridges, roads and water retaining structures. AfriSam is a Level 2 Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment (BBBEE) contributor and has a 62.5 percent interest in Tanzania-based and listed Tanga Cement Company Limited. AfriSam (South Africa) (Pty) Ltd was founded as Anglo Alpha Cement Ltd in 1934 and has been producing building materials for the southern African community since then, when its first cement plant was commissioned. The company’s name was changed to Alpha (Pty) Ltd in 1996 and later to Holcim (South Africa) (Pty) Ltd in 2004. Today Afrisam is the leading blackcontrolled building materials group in southern Africa. The historic sale of the former Holcim (SA) (Pty) Ltd to the black-led AfriSam Consortium in 2007 resulted in the birth of the new brand, AfriSam. ‘Afri’ refers to its proud African heritage and the sub-Saharan African countries in which it operates. ‘Sam’ derived from the word samente or disamente which means cement in six of South Africa’s official languages. In essence, AfriSam is all about African cement.

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ko b r a Kobra is one of the world’s leading concrete mould manufacturers. The moulds are manufactured in Germany for all types and models of precast concrete plant and machinery, including Birkenmayer, Masa, Columbia and Hess. The company has been operating in southern Africa for several years, the past two having been extremely active. Company representatives visit South African customers several times a year and Kobra moulds are being used by all the major precast concrete producers locally. The company provides on-site support on mould and production related issues, including mould repair and fitting, as well as vibration table measurements and high-speed recordings. Known for their high level of precision and durability, Kobra moulds are milled and hardened to the highest standard: Carbo68Plus. Moreover, the moulds’ high precision and outstanding hardness mean their running costs are very low. The company also designs concrete blocks, concrete pavers and many other concrete products. All designs, be they existing or new designs, are produced in 3D. Quality, innovation and service are the three anchors which provide Kobra customers with exceptional added value. Kobra – We’re not just your mould supplier, we’re your flexible partner.

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Lafarge: Leader in vision, leader by example global strength Lafarge is the leading global cement brand and the Group’s vision is to be the undisputed world leader in building materials. One step ahead through innovation Innovation is a key driver of the Lafarge Group with the focus on continually offering customers new products and solutions that add value to their businesses, while making building easier and safer. With the world’s leading building materials research facility, Lafarge places innovation at the heart of its priorities, working for sustainable construction and architectural creativity.

La fa r g e The international Lafarge Group Lafarge is the world-leader in building materials, with top-ranking positions in its cement, aggregates & concrete businesses. The Group has 68 000 employees in 64 countries and, in 2011, posted sales of 15,2 billion Euros. The South African subsidiary operates one cement plant, two cement grinding stations, 2 cement depots, 21 aggregates quarries, 55 concrete plants and 2 gypsum manufacturing plants. Operating units Lafarge South Africa Holdings has two operating companies: • Lafarge Industries South Africa (Pty) Ltd., which incorporates the company’s manufacturing activities of cement, readymix concrete and gypsum. • Lafarge Mining South Africa (Pty) Ltd., which embraces the company’s sand, aggregate, limestone and gypsum quarrying activities. Cement business unit The company’s cement production facility at Lichtenburg, North West, is the biggest in the southern hemisphere and one of the most technically advanced with a capacity of 3 million tons per year. Strategically located depots and sales offices provide optimal service to its customers.Cement grinding stations are located in Richards Bay and Randfontein. Lafarge’s quality department of southern Africa is one of the largest and most respected SANAS accredited civil engineering testing facilities in South Africa and complies with ISO/IEC 17025. Aggregates & concrete business unit Readymix concrete plants and aggregate quarries for sand and stone are strategically located throughout the country to service all sectors of the local construction industry.

A leader in sustainable development Lafarge is concerned for the well-being of future generations and is an industry leader in sustainable development. In the fight against climate change, Lafarge achieved its target of cutting net global greenhouse gas emissions by 20% per ton of cement produced between 1990 and 2010, one year ahead of schedule. To preserve endangered fauna and flora, biodiversity plans are being established for all the Group’s quarries. In 2010, Lafarge was rated 6th in the worldwide ranking of the “Carbon Disclosure Project”, which identifies the companies with the best approach to the fight against climate change. Lafarge Cement was the first cement manufacturer in South Africa to offer customers a full range of extended cements based on fly ash. These products reduce the use of nonrenewable resources such as limestone and coal, reduce carbon dioxide emissions from cement plants, and recycle a by-product of coal burning power stations, cutting back on the landfill sites. Lafarge Cement was the first member of the building materials industry to join the Green Building Council of South Africa (GBCSA). Pride in our brand Throughout the world, the Lafarge brand is a symbol of our values: integrity, openness, respect for people and the environment. Supported by the brand’s signature statement of “Bringing materials to life”, it is a promise to customers that they can be confident of innovative, reliable quality and superior products.

Gypsum business unit Lafarge Gypsum is a leading manufacturer and distributor of gypsum-based interior finishing solutions.

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PPC’s Kambuku way of life At the heart of PPC lies the Kambuku philosophy, a people management system that not only looks to empower PPC’s employees, but also the communities in which it operates. This is why “building the nation” is more than just a slogan; it’s a way of life.

PPC C e me n t When you’re building a home, you need strength you can rely on. For over 100 years, the consistent and reliable strength of PPC Cement has helped engineers, concrete product manufacturers like you toplant do exactly From renovations the Established as and thebuilders first just cement in that. South Africa inaround 1892, house to walls and extensions, if you can think it, you can build it with PPC.

Pretoria Portland Cement (PPC) Company Limited celebrated For more information call our toll-free line on 0800 023 470 or visit www.ppc.co.za its centenary as the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) listed company on 24 February 2010.

Today, PPC is the leading supplier of cement in southern Africa with eight manufacturing facilities and three milling depots in South Africa, Botswana and Zimbabwe, producing almost eight million tons of cement products each year. PPC is firmly committed to black economic empowerment in South Africa and recognises that meaningful participation by black people in the mainstream economy is essential to sustain the country’s socio-economic objectives.

Meaning ‘great tusker’, Kambuku is a Tsonga word that refers to an elephant bull, whose characteristics of tenacity and loyalty sum up the company’s value-based management system. The passion and unconditional commitment of our employees is the catalyst for our growth and transformation. This approach epitomizes our philosophy, which forms the basis of how PPC is managed. PPC adopted an elephant icon as part of the PPC Cement logo. The icon is a symbol of strength, great stature and dependability with powerful associations of wisdom, maturity, family-orientation and loyalty. A company with a conscience In keeping with its brand vision of helping to build a strong country for future generations, PPC was socially and environmentally aware many years before it became a global trend and has invested significantly in community upliftment.

PPC The Brand The history of this iconic brand is closely linked to the growth and development of South Africa itself. PPC has produced cement for many of the country’s most famous landmarks and construction projects - including the Union Buildings, Gariep Dam, Van Stadens River Bridge, the Gautrain, Medupi Power Station, and some of the newly built stadiums around the country.

To ensure long-term sustainability, we believe in partnering with beneficiaries for three to five years. Being a good corporate citizen is not just about giving money; it is important that beneficiaries are assisted in achieving financial independence and becoming productive members of society and this takes time. Job creation and skills development are vital in the context of high national unemployment and a number of our initiatives seek to address this issue.

PPC cement brands include the market-leading SureBuild, Botswana’s Botcem, Zimbabwe’s Unicem and PMC as well as OPC, a special-purpose, rapid-hardening cement which guarantees strength and consistency, giving the assurance of successful building results.

“Everything that PPC does as a brand is about building a strong country for the future. It is founded on the bedrock of this country’s past, and its growth is a mirror of its strong economic advancement and development.” Concludes Richard Tomes, PPC Customer Executive: Cement Sales and Marketing.

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Aesthetics 29 entries

Riverwalk Office Park, Deloitte Building Owner: Atterbury Group Deloitte Architect: Uys & White Pty Ltd- Herman Joubert Engineer: DG Consult Contractor: Countryline Landscapes Quantity Surveyor: PENTAD Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Bosun Midrand

Copperleaf Clubhouse

House Botha

Owner: The Els Club

Owner: Andre Botha

Architect: Uys & White Pty Ltd- Herman Joubert

Contractor: Garden Creations- Chris Fick

Engineer: Pure Consult

Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Bosun Midrand

Contractor: Greenachres Landscapes Quantity Surveyor: NPK Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Bosun Midrand

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Aesthetics

Nedbank Menlyn Maine Falcon Building

Hillcrest Hospital

Entrant: Bosun Midrand

Owner: Golden Dividend Holdings

Owner: Nedbank Menlyn Maine Investments Holdings

Architect: BVA Architects & EPA Architects

Architect: Interdesigns-Peet van Eeden

Engineer: Tobell Stretch & Associates

Engineer: WSP

Contractor: JT Ross Construction

Contractor: WBHO (Main), Infracor Paving (Sub)

Quantity Surveyor: Moore Spence Jones Q.S.

Quantity Surveyor: PENTAD

Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Brickcast Group

Entrant: Brickcast Group

Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Bosun Midrand

Dube City Paved Road

House Du Preez

Entrant: Brickcast Group

Entrant: CEL Paving Products

Owner: ACSA – DTP (Dube City)

Owner: Johannes du Preez

King Shaka International Airport Architect: CNDV Africa Planning Design CC, Tanya De Villiers Engineer: Virtual Engineers, Renier Van Der Merve Contractor: Ilembe Building Joint Venture Quantity Surveyor: Virtual

Engineer: Johannes du Preez Contractor: R. V. Cornelius Paving Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: CEL Paving Products/ Cape Brick JV

Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Brickcast Group

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House Beasley

SAPS Forensic laboratory

Entrant: CEL Paving Products

Entrant: CEL Paving Products

Owner: Neil Beasley

Owner: South African Police Service

Architect: BVA Architects & EPA Architects

Architect: Ivan Sassman Architects

Contractor: Cotswold Builders

Landscape Architect: OVP Landscape Architects

Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: CEL Paving Products/ Cape Brick JV

Contractor: Aveng Grinaker-LTA (Main)

& United Paving (Civils and Laying) Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: CEL Paving Products

Sherwood Shopping Centre Entrant: CEL Paving Products

Waterfall Hill Mature Lifestyle Estates

Owner: Barry Brooks

Entrant: Decorative Stone Masonry (DSM)

DESIGNER: Cobus du Plessis

Owner: Century Property Developments

Contractor: RV Cornelius Paving

Architect: Lennart Svensson

Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: CEL Paving Products/Cape Brick JV

Engineer: Century Project Development Contractor: BCon Builders Quantity Surveyor: Century Project Development Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Decorative Stone Masonry

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Aesthetics

Civalli Stud Farm Estate (Somerbosch) off R44

Wonderwerk Caves

Entrant: Inca Concrete Products

Owner: McGregor Museum-Kimberley,

Owner: Jerome & Lauren Smith

South African Heritage Resource Agency

Architect: Bouwer Architects

Architect: Paul Collins- Cape Wall Designs

Engineer: Element Consulting Engineerss

Engineer: Paul Collins- Cape Wall Designs

Contractor: Power Group/Greystone Paving

Contractor: Cape Wall Retaining Wall Systems

Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Inca Concrete Products

Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Inca Concrete Products

La Montagne Franschoek

Kanisa-Educare for community centre Khayelitshal

Entrant: Inca Concrete Products

Entrant: Inca Concrete Products Owner: D’Oliviera Architect: Paul Collins-Cape Wall Designs Engineer: Paul Collins and

S & T Consulting Engineers Contractor: Cape Wall Retaining Wall Systems Quantity Surveyor: Metric Quantity Surveyors Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Inca Concrete Products

Entrant: Inca Concrete Products, Cobute, Betcrete, & Technical Finishes (Pty) Ltd Owner: Full Gospel Church of God in SA Architect: Garth Daneel Architects Engineer: Mike Arndt, Hugo Rivera and Attilio Angelucci Contractor: Elise Elsing Quantity Surveyor: Elise Elsing Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Inca Concrete Products

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Waterfall Valley Mature Lifestyle Estate

Blue Hills Equestrian Estates

Entrant: REE Paving Contracts Owner: Century Property Developments Architect: Mr KC Ooijkaas, C Plan

Owner: Century Property Developments

Entrant: REE Paving Contracts Architect: Michael Bishop

Development Consultants Engineer: Mr KC Ooijkaas, C Plan Development Consultants Contractor: REE Paving Contracts Quantity Surveyor: Gerhald Brummer

Engineer: Mr KC Ooijkaas C Plan

Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Aveng Manufacturing Infraset

Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Aveng Manufacturing Infraset

Checkers Hermans

Ridgeside Umglanga Ridge, Durban

Entrant: Revelstone

Entrant: Revelstone

Owner: Shoprite Checkers Group

Owner: Zenprop

Architect: BSA Architects/ Jordaan Hartwig, Steyn Le Roux

Architect: DHK Architects

Engineer: ERG Engineers

Contractor: Grinaker LTA

Quantity Surveyor: SVRSA Quantity Surveyors

Quantity Surveyor: MLC

Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Revelstone

Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Revelstone

Development Consultants Contractor: REE Paving Contracts Quantity Surveyor: Gerhald Brummer

Engineer: Aurecon

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Aesthetics

Soweto Theatre

Copper Leaf Clubhouse

Entrant: Smartstone Midrand

Entrant: Smartstone Midrand

Owner: Joburg Property Company

Owner: The Els Club

Architect: Afritects-Clara de Crux Almeada, Sergio Duarte

Ltd- Herman Joubert

Engineer: Themba- Karl Bailey

Engineer: Pure Consult

Contractor: Group 5 Inkanyeli projects

Contractor: Furquharson Projects

Quantity Surveyor: QS Bureau-Willie Steyn

Quantity Surveyor: NPK

Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Smartstone Midrand

Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Smartstone Midrand

Hayfield Mall

Sun City

Entrant: Smartstone KZN

Entrant: Smartstone Midrand

Owner: SA Retail Properties Limited

Owner: Sun International Group

Architect: Vidal Designs

Architect: Northpoint Architects

Contractor: A Macwin Construction

Contractor: WBHO (Main), REE Paving (sub)

(Main), Concept Paving (Sub)

Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Smartstone Midrand

Architect: Uys and White (PTY)

Quantity Surveyor: Acres Property Solutions Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Smartstone KZN

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Aesthetics

Wild Coast Sun

Cavalli Stud Farm

Entrant: Smartstone KZN

Entrant: Terraforce CC

Owner: Sun International Group

Owner: Studgate II Trust Jerome Smith (patron)

Architect: Northpoint Architect

Architect: Bouwer Architects

Contractor: Art Rock

Engineer: Element Consulting Engineers

Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Smartstone KZN

Contractor: Dassenberg Retaining / Decorton

Retaining / Mellish Paving / Power Construction Quantity Surveyor: Metric Quantity Surveyors Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Klapmuts Concrete / Mobicast George

Westerford High School

House Nel

Entrant: Terraforce CC

Entrant: Terraforce CC

Owner: Westerford High School

Owner: Mr Kobus Nel

Engineer: KFD Wilkinson Engineers

Architect: Annette Steenkamp Architects

Contractor: Dassenburg Retaining

Engineer: ICOS Consulting Engineers-Fred Laker

Systems (for Strata Civils)

Contractor: Decorto Retaining Systems

Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Klapmuts Concrete

MAIN Contractor: Symmetry Property Developers Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Klapmuts Concrete

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Aesthetics

Eersterivier Clinic

Khayelitsha Church

Entrant: Western Granite Bricks

Entrant: Western Granite Bricks

Owner: City Council

Owner: Universal Church of the Kingdom of God

Architect: Jakupa

Architect: Alchemy Architects

Engineer: PD Naidoo & Associates

Engineer: Soderlond and Schopper- Brian Lewis

Contractor: CSV Construction

Contractor: Giuricich Bros

Quantity Surveyor: AMPS

Quantity Surveyor: Hammond and Gibbord

Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Western Granite Bricks

Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Western Granite Bricks

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C o mm u n i t y i n v o lv e m e n t 5 entries

Soweto Sidewalks entrant: Bosun Midrand Owner: Johannesburg Roads Agency Contractor: Muntec Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Bosun Midrand

Kanisa-Educare for community centre Khayelitshal

uMhlatuze District MunicipalityRural Sanitation Phase III

Entrant: Inca Concrete Products, Cobute, Betcrete, & Technical Finishes (Pty) Ltd Owner: Full Gospel Church of God in SA Architect: Garth Daneel Architects Engineer: Mike Arndt, Hugo Rivera and Attilio Angelucci Contractor: Elise Elsing Quantity Surveyor: Elise Elsing

Entrant: Rocla Owner: uMhlatuze District Municipality Engineer: DMV Consultants Contractor: Rocla Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Rocla

Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Inca Concrete Products

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c o mm u n i t y i n v o lv e m e n t

Soweto Theatre

Sports Field Pniel

Entrant: Smartstone Midrand

Entrant: Terraforce CC

Owner: Joburg Property Company

Owner: Stellenbosch Municipality

Architect: Afritects

Architect: Dennis Moss Partnership

Engineer: Themba-Karl Bailey

Engineer: Aurecon

Contractor: Group 5, Inkanyeli Projects

Contractor: Dassenburg Retaining Systems

Quantity Surveyor: QS Burea-Willie Steyn

Quantity Surveyor: CP De Leeuw, Stellenbosch

Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Smartstone Midrand

Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Klapmuts Concrete

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GAUTENG Verwoerd Street, Meyerton 1960 P.O. Box 694, Meyerton 1960 Tel (016) 362-2236 • Fax (016) 362-2235

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i n n o vat i o n

i n n o vat i o n 15 e n t r i e s

House Fick - Bredell entrant: Bosun Midrand Owner: Chris Fick Contractor: Garden Creations- Chris Fick Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Bosun Midrand

Channel Kerb

Castle Bottom Kerb

Entrant: Bosun Midrand

Entrant: Bosun Midrand

Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Bosun Midrand

Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Bosun Midrand

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House Beasley

Polaris 2012

Entrant: CEL Paving Products

Entrant: Concrete Units Pty Ltd

Owner: Neil Beasley

Owner: Class & Shipping Bermuda

Contractor: Cotswold Builders

Engineer: Anton Wale

Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: CEL Paving Products/ Cape Brick JV

Contractor: Concrete Units (PTY) Ltd

Residence Benmore

MTN Building

Entrant: Echo Prestress Pty Ltd

Entrant: Echo Prestress Pty Ltd

Architect: Sean Godfrey Architect and Design

Owner: MTN

Engineer: David Higson-Smith and Associates

Architect: Project Works

Contractor: Prominent Homes cc

Engineer: Bigen Africa

Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Echo Prestress Pty Ltd

Contractor: Grinaker LTA

Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Concrete Units (PTY) Ltd

Quantity Surveyor: Mentad Mapeni Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Echo Prestress Pty Ltd

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Security Wall Wadeville

Wonderwerk Caves

Entrant: Echo Prestress Pty Ltd

Entrant: Inca Concrete Products

Owner: Scaw Metal

Owner: McGregor Museum-Kimberley,

Engineer: Encon Consulting

South African Heritage Resource Agency

Contractor: C.I.I. Construction (PTY) Ltd

Architect: Paul Collins- Cape Wall Designs

Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Echo Prestress Pty Ltd

Engineer: Paul Collins- Cape Wall Designs Contractor: Cape Wall Retaining Wall Systems Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Inca Concrete Products

Kanisa-Educare for community centre Khayelitshal Entrant: Inca Concrete Products, Cobute,

Betcrete, & Technical Finishes (Pty) Ltd Owner: Full Gospel Church of God in SA Architect: Garth Daneel Architects Engineer: Mike Arndt, Hugo Rivera and Attilio Angelucci Contractor: Elise Elsing Quantity Surveyor: Elise Elsing Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Inca Concrete Products

Wembley II Entrant: Revelstone Owner: Fair Cape Contractor Architect: MLB Architects Engineer: De Villiers Sheard cc Contractor: (Sub) Highland Paving Quantity Surveyor: Fair Cape Property Developers Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Revelstone

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i n n o vat i o n

Ingula Pumped Storage Scheme

Roma, Ramabanta road Lot1 Lesotho

Entrant: Rocla

Entrant: Rocla

Owner: Eskom

Owner: Kingdom of Lesotho Ministry,

Engineer: CMC di Revenna

Roads Branch Directorate

Contractor: Joint Venture- CMC,

Engineer: BVI Consulting Engineers

PG Mavundla, Impregilo

Contractor: EXR Construction

Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Rocla

Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Rocla

ATM Housing

De La Paix Lanners Landing

Entrant: Salberg Concrete Products

Entrant: Decorton Retaining/Terraforce CC

Owner: ATM Solutions

Owner: Schalk van der Westhuisen

Architect: Johann Moolman

Architect: Johan Van Zyl Architects

Engineer: Mark Manthe

Engineer: ICOS Consulting Engineers

Contractor: Salberg Concrete Products (PTY) Ltd

Contractor: Decorton Retaining Systems

Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Salberg Concrete Products

Main Contractor: Kwali Mark Construction Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Klapmuts Concrete

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sustainabilit y 9 entries

Hillcrest Hospital Entrant: Brickcast Group Owner: Golden Dividend Holdings Architect: BVA Architects & EPA Architects Engineer: Tobell Stretch & Associates Contractor: JT Ross Construction Quantity Surveyor: Moore Spence Jones Q.S Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Brickcast Group

Khayelitsha Hospital

Dube City Paved Road Entrant: Brickcast Group Owner: ACSA – DTP (Dube City) King

Shaka International Airport Architect: CNDV Africa Planning Design CC, Tanya De Villiers Engineer: Virtual Engineers, Renier Van Der Merve Contractor: Ilembe Building Joint Venture Quantity Surveyor: Virtual Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Brickcast Group

Entrant: CEL Paving Products Owner: Department of Health Architect: ACG Architects landscape Architect: Clare Burgess Engineer: Manone and Associates in association

with Edifice Consulting Engineers Contractor: Group Five Coastal (Main)

& Baseline Civils Contractors (Civils) Quantity Surveyor: Ngewu and Associates

in association with Narker and Associates Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: CEL Paving Products

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A name truly cast in concrete

HOLLOW-CORE CONCRETE FLOORING ECHO PRESTRESS (Pty) Ltd. (Prestressed Hollow-Core Floors) Private Bag 1, Edleen 1625 Email: echo@echo.co.za

Tel: 011 589 8800 www.echo.co.za

Fax: 011 589 8955


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Civalli Stud Farm Estate (Somerbosch) off R44

La Montagne Franschoek

Entrant: Inca Concrete Products

Owner: D’Oliviera

Owner: Jerome & Lauren Smith

Architect: Paul Collins-Cape Wall designs

Architect: Bouwer Architects

Engineer: Paul Collins and

Engineer: Element Consulting Engineers

S & T Consulting Engineers

Contractor: Power Group/Greystone Paving

Contractor: Cape Wall Retaining Wall Systems

Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Inca Concrete Products

Quantity Surveyor: Metric Quantity Surveyors

Shoprite Checkers Warehouse

Cavalli Stud Farm

Entrant: Inca Concrete Products

Entrant: Terraforce CC

Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Inca Concrete Products

Entrant: Terraforce CC

Owner: Shoprite Checkers Architect: Steyn le Roux Truter Architects

Owner: Studgate II Trust Jerome Smith (patron)

Engineer: KLS Consulting Engineers

Architect: Bouwer Architects

MAIN CIVIL Contractor: Martin and

Engineer: Element Consulting Engineers

East/Deon Visser

Contractor: Dassenberg Retaining / Decorton

contractor: Decorton Retaining

Retaining / Mellish Paving / Power Construction

Systems / Terrafirma CC

Quantity Surveyor: Metric Quantity Surveyors

Manufacturer of Precast Concrete

Manufacturer of Precast Concrete

Elements: Klapmuts Concrete

Elements: Klapmuts Concrete / Mobicast George

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s u s ta i n a b i l i t y / t e c h n i c a l e x c e l l e n c e

NHBRC Legacy Housing Project

Tygerberg Office Park

Entrant: Top Floor Concrete Ltd

Entrant: Terraforce CC Owner: ACUCAP Management Services Engineer: Ekcon Consulting Engineers Contractor: Dassenberg Retaining Systems Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Klapmuts Concrete

Owner: Department of Human

Settlements (Cape Province) Architect: NHBRC: Dominique Geszler Engineer: GJR (Bert) Van der Meulen PrEg Contractor: Breekon Construction (Pty) Ltd & Motlekaar Cape (Pty) Ltd Quantity Surveyor: CMA & Breekon Construction Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Top Floor Concrete Ltd- Bellville

technical e xc e lle n c e 14 e n t r i e s

Castle Bottom Kerb Entrant: Bosun Midrand Contractor: Dip Civils Empyreal Construction Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Bosun Midrand

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technic a l e xcellence

House Beasley

SAPS Forensic laboratory

Entrant: CEL Paving Products

Entrant: CEL Paving Products

Owner: Neil Beasley

Owner: South African Police Service

Contractor: Cotswold Builders

Architect: Ivan Sassman Architects

Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: CEL Paving Products/ Cape Brick JV

Landscape Architect: OVP Landscape Architects Contractor: Aveng Grinaker-LTA (Main)

& United Paving (Civils and Laying) Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: CEL Paving Products

Sherwood Shopping Centre

Polaris 2012

Entrant: CEL Paving Products

Entrant: Concrete Units Pty Ltd

Owner: Barry Brooks

Owner: Class & Shipping Bermuda

DESIGNER: Cobus du Plessis

Engineer: Anton Wale

Contractor: RV Cornelius Paving

Contractor: Concrete Units (PTY) Ltd

Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: CEL Paving Products/Cape Brick JV

Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Concrete Units (PTY) Ltd

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technic a l e xcellence

Residence Benmore

MTN Building

Entrant: Echo Prestress Pty Ltd

Entrant: Echo Prestress Pty Ltd

Architect: Sean Godfrey Architect and Design

Owner: MTN

Engineer: David Higson-Smith and Associates

Architect: Project Works

Contractor: Prominent Homes cc

Engineer: Bigen Africa

Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Echo Prestress Pty Ltd

Contractor: Grinaker LTA Quantity Surveyor: Mentad Mapeni Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Echo Prestress Pty Ltd

Security Wall Wadeville

Wonderwerk Caves

Entrant: Echo Prestress Pty Ltd

Entrant: Inca Concrete Products

Owner: Scaw Metal

Owner: McGregor Museum-Kimberley,

Engineer: Encon Consulting

South African Heritage Resource Agency

Contractor: C.I.I. Construction (PTY) Ltd

Architect: Paul Collins- Cape Wall Designs

Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Echo Prestress Pty Ltd

Engineer: Paul Collins- Cape Wall Designs Contractor: Cape Wall Retaining Wall Systems Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Inca Concrete Products

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Ingula Pumped Storage Scheme Entrant: Rocla

Medupi Power Station, supply of specialised precast counterweights

Owner: Eskom

Entrant: Rocla

Engineer: CMC di Revenna

Owner: Eskom

Contractor: Joint Venture- CMC,

Engineer: Wolff Cranes

PG Mavundla, Impregilo

Contractor: Murray & Roberts Projects

Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Rocla

Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Rocla

ATM Housing

Waste Water Treatment Plant

Entrant: Salberg Concrete Products

Entrant: Terraforce CC

Owner: ATM Solutions

Owner: Cape Town City Council

Architect: Johann Moolman

Engineer: Aurecon Consulting Engineers

Engineer: Mark Manthe

MAIN Contractor: EMPA Structures

Contractor: Salberg Concrete Products (PTY) Ltd

CONTRACTOR: Decorton Retaining Systems

Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Salberg Concrete Products

Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Klapmuts Concrete

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t e c h n i c A l e x c e l l e n c e / v i n tA g e

sustainability

aesthetics

innovation

nhbrc legAcy housing project entrAnt: Top Floor Concrete Ltd

community involvement

technical excellence

owner: Department of Human

Settlements (Cape Province) Architect: NHBRC: Dominique Geszler engineer: GJR (Bert) Van der Meulen PrEg contrActor: Breekon Construction

(Pty) Ltd & Motlekaar Cape (Pty) Ltd

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QuAntity surveyor: CMA & Breekon Construction MAnufActurer of precAst concrete eleMents: Top Floor Concrete Ltd- Bellville

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vodAcoM entrAnt: Revelstone owner: Vodacom Architect: GLH Architects QuAntity surveyor: Civils 2000 MAnufActurer of precAst concrete eleMents: Revelstone

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Transnet Railway Line

Melrose Arch

Entrant: Rocla

Entrant: Smartstone Midrand

Owner: Transnet

Owner: Amdec

Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Rocla

Architect: Osmond Lange Architects and Planners Engineer: ARUP Contractor: REE Paving Quantity Surveyor: DDP Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Smartstone Midrand

Tygerberg Office Park

Emperors Palace

Entrant: Terraforce CC

Entrant: Smartstone Midrand

Owner: Attebury Cape

Owner: Peermont Global

Architect: Warren Simpson Architects/ Boogertman and Kriege

Architect: Urban Edge Architects

Engineer: De Vos Paxton Inc/ BVI Consulting

Quantity Surveyor: PENTAD

Contractor: Dassenberg Retaining/

Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Smartstone Midrand

Decorton Retaining Systems

Contractor: The Paving Syndicate

Manufacturer of Precast Concrete Elements: Klapmuts Concrete

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CMA Members list

Producer members M = Masonry P = Paving Pi = Pipes R = Retaining Blocks S = Floor Slabs T = Roof Tiles

telephone

product

Monier Roofing (Brits)

(012) 250 2218

T

R

Monier Roofing (Brits)

(012) 250 2964

T

(022) 913 1921

M

Monier Roofing (George)

(044) 878 1324

T

Bay Brick

(035) 792 5218

P

Monier Roofing (Bloemfontein)

(087) 741 3087

T

Beta Tiles

002 634 292 5303 00 263 433 3422

T

Monier Roofing (Durban, North)

(031) 565 1312

T

Boland Concrete

(021) 875 5365

M

Monier Roofing (East London)

(043) 743 2189

T

Bosun Brick Brits

(012) 250 1711

P

Reya pele Bricks Ltd

(016) 363 0340

P

Bosun Brick Midrand

(011) 310 1176

P

ReMacon Products

(011) 393 5504

R

Brickcast Group

(031) 507 5525

MPR

Rocla

(011) 670 7600

PI

(00267) 244 2107/8

MP/P

Salberg Concrete products

(011) 357 7600

PI

Cape Brick

(021) 511 2006

T

Southern Pipeline Contractors

(011) 914 8500

PI

CEL Paving Products

(021) 905 5998

MPR

Shukuma Flooring System

(041) 372 1933

S

Cast Industries

(011) 316 2375

P

Stanger Brik and Tile

(032) 457 0237

MP

Concrete Units

(021) 386 1923

PI

Stone Age Concepts

(012) 802 1496

P

Conframat

0861 33 5599

P

Technicrete (JHB, H.O)

(011) 674 6900

MPRT

Corobrik

(031) 560 3111

PR

Technicrete (White River)

(013) 750 0327

MPRT

Deranco Blocks/Paving/Precast

(041) 463 3338

MR/P/s

Technicrete (Witbank)

(013) 696 1153

MPRT

Eagle Roof Tiles

(044) 874 0290

T

Technicrete (Welkom)

(057) 391 4200

MPRT

Echo Prestess pty ltd

(011) 589 8800 (011) 599 8899

S

Technicrete (JHB)

(011) 372 8512

MPRT

Topfloor

(021) 951 7700

S

Inca Concrete Products PTY LTD

(021) 904 1620

MP

Vanstone Precast Pty Ltd

(012) 541 2056

PR

Inca Masonary Products

(043) 745 1215

MPRT

Westend Cement Bricks

(011) 851 1098

M

Infraset (JHB)

(011) 876 5100

PI

Revelstone

(086) 117 9734

RS

Infraset (PTA)

(012) 652 0000

MPR

Western Granite Bricks

(021) 904 1620

M

Infraset (Durban)

(031) 569 6900

PR

Decorative Stone Masonry (DSM)

(011) 964 2995

MR

(00267) 392 2850

MP

Klapmuts Concrete & Cape Retaining

(021) 875 5151

P

Rocla (Botswana)

(00267) 393 2850

PI

Lategans Cement Works

(021) 873 1154

M

Marley Roofing (Olifantsfontein)

(011) 316 2121

T

Marley Roofing (Tongaat)

(032) 944 4155

T

Marley Roofing (Bronkhorstspruit))

(013) 933 3351

T

Mobicast Mossel Bay PTY LTD

(044) 874 2268

P

MVA Bricks

(012) 386 0050

P

Monier Roofing South Africa (H.O)

(011) 222 7313

T

Monier Roofing (Vereeniging)

(016) 430 8000

Monier Roofing (Bloemfontein)

(087) 741 3000

company name

telephone

product

ARW Concrete Holdings/Anchor Walls owner

082 830 3512

R

Keystone Walling

082 830 3512

A Fick Cement Works

Brickbuild T/A Panda

Kwena Concrete Products

company name

A s s o c i at e M e m b e r s company name

telephone

ARQ Consullting Engineers

(012) 348 6668

Pipes cc

(012) 644 0043

Sekhukhune and Associates

(012) 346 2017

SNA Civil and Structural Engineers

(012) 842 0000

Terraforce Pty Ltd

(012) 456 1907

ILFA Africa Engineers Pty Ltd

(012) 362 1473

Young and Satharia

(031) 207 7252

T

Modular Innovative Building Technologies

(011) 695 4800

T

JC Paving

(011) 431 0727

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Cement Members company name

Non- Producer Members company name

telephone

telephone

Afrisam South Africa PTY LTD

(011) 670 5500

Abel Equipment

Afrisam South Africa PTY LTD

(011) 767 7228

Ash Resources PTY LTD

Lafarge

(011) 657 1129

Birkenmayer PTY LTD

(011) 970 3880

Natal Portland Cement Co

(031) 450 4400

(011) 203 2400

Natal Portland Cement Co

(031) 450 4412

BASF Construction Chemicals South Africa, PTY, LTD

PPC Cement Pty Ltd (JHB)

(011) 626 3150

C & CI

(011) 315 0300

PPC Cement Pty Ltd (JHB, H.O)

(011) 386 9105

Cape Wall cc

(021) 856 3745

Chryso Southern Africa PTY LTD

(011) 395 9700

Dick King Supplies PTY LTD

(011) 499 9400

PPC Cement Pty Ltd (Cape Town)

(021) 550 2106

Contractor Members company name

telephone

Cape Walls CC

(021) 856 3745

Decorton Retaining Systems

(021) 875 5155

Friction Ret. Structures PTY LTD

(011) 608 4321

Galaxy Paving CC

(011) 815 1175

Kalobe Construction

(011) 781 3814

Kaytech Kobra Moulds BV

(044) 874 1876 (011) 657 2300/2320

(031) 717 2300 00 31 113 562 460

Manitou SA Pty Ltd

(011) 975 7770

Mapei SA Pty Ltd

(011) 552 8476

Pan Mixers Pty LTD

(011) 397 3754

Rampf FormenGmbl

0049 7391 505 0148

Sika South Africa Pty Ltd

(031) 792 6500

Soillab Pty Ltd

(021) 988 7410

Smartstone Pty Ltd

(011) 310 1161

Mondo Paving and Retaining Walls

(011) 708 0800

PYW Paving CC

(031) 903 1736

Roadstone Civil & Paving

(011) 683 7080

TECHMATIK S.A

SA Paving Gauteng CC

(011) 483 1350

Technical Finishes

Valcal International

(011) 867 2471

0048 483690811 (021) 535 4455

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