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Liviero completes new Magistrates’ Court

The construction of a new Magistrates’ Court in Palm Ridge, near Alberton, has been completed by contractor Liviero. The new, five-storey building houses 33 court rooms and replaces the smaller Magistrates’ Court in Alberton North that previously served the area.   The old court building will close down and employees will be relocated to the […]

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Geberit On Tour brings modern technology to plumbers and installers in Gauteng

Geberit, a world leader and pioneer, is well known for water-saving, advanced plumbing and sanitary technologies. Founded over 135 years ago, Geberit’s range of products is designed for use in new buildings as well as in renovation and modernisation projects. Geberit brand name products are innovative, durable and ecologically efficient and provide high-end sanitary solutions […]

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WSP and Genivar – stronger together

The merger between the two engineering and design consultancies, WSP Group PLC and GENIVAR Inc., was finalised today, creating a world-class professional services firm with combined revenues of £1.1 billion (C$1.8 billion) and approximately 14,500 employees, working in over 300 offices on every continent. The combination of WSP’s international spread and GENIVAR’s extensive business in […]

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Legrand launches innovative antimicrobial healthcare systems

Legrand’s range of integrated healthcare solutions encompasses antimicrobial systems for use in sterile environments, including hospitals, clinics, retirement establishments and laboratories.   These new healthcare systems – which focus on assisted living, hygiene and energy efficiency – include nurse call systems, bedhead trunking and automatic lighting. There is antimicrobial treatment on more than 40 electrical […]

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Central Park at Waterfall Business Estate

South Africa will soon experience quality urban living on a scale beyond any this country has ever seen with Waterfall City, developed by Atterbury Property Group.   South Africa’s most ambitious urban development is taking form at Waterfall Business Estate. Unifying northern Sandton and Midrand, Waterfall is a massive 330 hectare mixed-use development.   Waterfall […]

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World renowned experts on sustainability and green building to present in Cape Town

How to green existing buildings, designing high performance green buildings, global innovation in green design, the London Olympics Park Project, and the next social trend – collaborative consumption – just some of the compelling topics to be explored at the master classes being presented by leading thought leaders as part of the build-up to Green […]

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4ward-design allows education institutions to excel in technology

In education, time is a fundamental factor in achieving exceptional results through seamless execution and inevitably providing students with their fees worth. It occurs all too often that technology fails educators, wasting their prized time as well as that of their students. Technology is ever-cultivating and has transitioned teaching mediums from dreary chalk boards to […]

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Another sweep for Grohe in South Africa

Grohe, the world’s leading premium brand for bathroom fittings, recently teamed up with Life Glynnwood Hospital in a successful partnership. Selected Grohe products are now home for patients and professionals to enjoy. Special designer solutions meet the highest hygiene requirements and yet aesthetically pleasing.   In addition to upgrading newly renovated sections of the facility […]

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GVK-Siya Zama Uncovers the ‘History in the Making’ of Pietermaritzburg’s Government House

The 164 year old Government House building in Pietermaritzburg, which began its life as a five-roomed thatched cottage in the 1840′s and has been added to over the years to become an 81-roomed structure, is today a national monument. “The life history of the building is told by the materials used to erect the original […]

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High profile Xanadu success for light steel frame construction method

Since its inception, the ongoing message from the Southern African Light Steel Frame Building Association (SASFA) has been that the light steel frame (LSF) construction method is suitable for all types of building, from residential to commercial and office buildings. The latest residential architectural masterpiece in the Xanadu Eco Park overlooking the Hartebeespoort Dam in […]

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