Following a successful application by Prasa for rezoning the 3.5 ha forecourt area of the Cape Town Station from a transport zone to general business, a consortium of developers comprising ERIS Property Group, Accessio and Emira Property Fund was selected to partner with Prasa, Prasa Cres and Intersite for the development which will provide 27,000 m2 of office space, 17,866 m2 of retail space, 175 parking bays, and a 120-room hotel complex on a part of the forecourt of the public transport exchange area.
Burgan Cape Terminals (Pty) Ltd (BCT), an independent fuel storage company comprising VTTI B.V., JICARO and Thebe Investment Corporation, obtained a 20-year lease with Transnet Port of Cape Town for a 37,273 m2 site on the port’s eastern mole for the construction of the Burgan Cape Fuel Terminal comprising 12 tanks with 122,000 m3 fuel storage capacity.
This project involved upgrading the existing capacity to 20 Ml/day to accommodate increasing flow from the area and to ensure that the effluent quality standards met those set by the then DWAF.
The Gamagara Municipality required modifications to the existing WWTW plant to increase capacity. The project involved the construction of reinforced concrete water retaining structures, building works, interconnecting pipework and general site works.
The V&A Waterfront wished to provide redundancy in the main sewage pump station by installing an emergency overflow tank serving the main sewer pump station and providing pipe reinforcement for the existing rising main to improve the life span of the pipeline.
The V&A Waterfront’s objective was to upgrade the existing potable water pipeline by installing a new pipeline in the northbound carriageway of Dock Road between Ebenezer Circle and South Arm Road circle.
This project involved demolition, rebuilding, building, and refurbishment as well as civil works including relocation of services, drainage works, interlocking concrete block paving, and access control system installation.
This Salt River bridge is located in Paarden Eiland, adjacent to the R27 West Coast Road, in Cape Town. This bridge formed part of the City’s IRT network development project and provides access for the MyCiti buses. The bridge was built by construction of temporary caissons for the abutments and in the river to provide for casting of the piers.
Fuhrländer AG (Germany) appointed Consolidated Power Projects (supplier of the turbines) as the overall civil engineering Project Managers and to execute the electrical construction works for the Project. Civils 2000 were appointed as Civils BoP contractor.
The project was located on National Route 2 Section 7, within the Eden District Municipality, near George. Pedestrians were crossing the N2 at this location and as footpaths could be seen on both sides of the cutting local residents indicated that the western footpath, used by school children should be joined to the other side by a bridge.
The building works included Demolition and Civils Works. The demolition of a dilapidated prefabricated structure used by a Karate Club and demolition of another existing prefabricated concrete structure used by a weight lifting club. A new parking area on the north eastern side of the site for the Karate Club and construction of a visitors parking area by the Electrical Department office
This project was for the construction of facilities at Hout Bay and Kommetjie, to house the chipping and mulching machinery, which enables uninterrupted processing of green waste all year round.
One of the largest wind farms in Southern Africa with a production capacity of 100 MW. It was the first commercial-scale wind energy project financed by the World Bank Group under its Eskom Renewables Support Project.
The development of land for investor occupation on the country’s first sector-specific special economic zone. The project included construction of internal roads, road rehabilitation, and the installation of services.
The Water and Sanitation Department identified the need to reduce the volume of grit and solids entering the works and to achieve this objective required new infrastructure construction and refurbishment of existing infrastructure and buildings. In addition, a new weighbridge and associated infrastructure were to be constructed at the Bellville WWTW.
The Western Cape Government is committed to upgrade, rehabilitate and maintain provincial roads in the Western Cape Province, provide EPWP work opportunities, develop emerging CIDB contractors and contribute towards black economic empowerment within the local communities.
The project involved upgrading 2.2 km of Berg River Boulevard between Lady Grey Street and Oosbosch Street from an existing two-way single carriageway to a two-lane dual carriageway, and widening the bridge abutments and piers at the Oosbosch Street bridge.
The construction of civil engineering, electrical and ancillary services at erf 1526, Tamboerskloof, Cape Town. Lions Hill Estate will be located high on the slopes of Lions Hill, in Tamboerskloof, in Cape Town. The location of Lions Hill Estate will provide panoramic views across the Table Bay, the CBD, Signal Hill and across Table Mountain and Devils Peak.