Construction World December 2017
22 BRT Cable Stay Bridge over M1 Highway WBHO won the Civil Engineering Contractors category with its BRT- only bridge that connects Sandton and Alexandra.
32 Menlyn Reconfiguration Project The massive project that enlarged Menlyn Shopping Centre to 172 500 m 2 by Concor Buildings, was the winner in the Building Contractors category. 40 PwC Tower The cement and concrete solutions that AfriSam offered for Johannesburg’s new icon, the PwC Tower, won the Specialist Contractors or Suppliers category. 56 140 West Street This project, which adds to the rich architectural fabric of Sandton, entered by Paragon Architects, was the architectural winner in the Professional Services category. 59 Mount Edgecombe Interchange Upgrade SMEC South Africa was the consulting engineer winner in the Professional Services category with its impressive interchange project. 64 Alice Lane Phase Three A project that adds a green lung to the ever expanding Sandton, entered by Paragon Architects, was the winner of the AfriSam Innovation Award for Sustainable Construction.
ON THE COVER
Construction World spoke to Richard Tomes, Executive, Sales & Marketing at AfriSam about the challenges and opportunities for cement companies in this challenging time. “If you take readymix, aggregates and cement into account, AfriSam is an attractive business. We consume a large percentage of our own cement through our readymix business, and in turn we consume a large percentage of aggregate though our readymix business,” says Tomes. Read the interview with him on pages 4 to 6. Pictured: AfriSam was the concrete supplier of choice for the construction of the iconic PWC Tower in Midrand.
CONSTRUCTION WORLD DECEMBER 2017
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