SA Builder December ‘2021

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TWINSTAR PRECAST – MAKING FINAL PIECES OF THE CONSTRUCTION PUZZLE

Custom-built precast concrete products can often be the final pieces of a construction project puzzle: the perfectly-sized plinth, the architecturally perfect, but awkwardly shaped side-walls, the perimeter kerbs of a hospital helipad…


ADVANCED CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY TRAINING NOW IN MODULAR, SELF-STUDY FORM

 Cement & Concrete SA’s School of Concrete Technology (SCT) has announced that next year, it will again offer the internationally recognised Advanced Concrete Technology (ACT) diploma course, the concrete industry’s most sought-after qualification

 THE NEW ROAD TO OUTCOMES AND PERFORMANCE

Output and performance-based road contracting (OPBRC) is improving the efficiency and effectiveness of road asset management and maintenance in various African countries. Ghana is the latest one to adopt this innovative contracting model to help solve the challenges encountered with conventional contracting models

Marc Tison, senior vice-president of SEEDX10

NEW CARBON REGISTER UNLOCKS FUNDING OPTIONS FOR SA’S SME BUILDERS

South African small to medium size building and construction businesses will soon be able to participate in the soaring global carbon market. Demand for carbon credits from the world’s biggest polluting companies is soaring on the back of higher carbon-cutting obligations and southern Africa will have a green toolbox to offer small firms extra rewards for cutting pollution

NEW STRATEGIES FOR THE BUSINESS OF BUILDING

The succession of businesses closing their doors in the face of the most treacherous conditions in living memory was at once a major loss to our economy and a personal loss to many. The building sector was hard hit and is faced with the challenge and the opportunity to realise a central role in an economy which is unusually malleable.