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Category: Construction Industry

23 October

CoConstruct: The Advantages and Disadvantages of Implementing This Construction Management Software in Your Business It has become clear that construction management software (CPM) has revolutionized construction systems and the way technology it is used to successfully complete projects today. One particular system that you might have heard about before, CoConstruct, amplifies the way technology is […]

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23 October

The Construction Management Checklist: A CPM Software to Suit Your Company’s Needs If you work in the construction industry or do any work related to construction, then you should take note of CPM (Construction Project Management) Software. It is an essential tool that will aid in the relevance of your construction firm in the industry, […]

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22 October

Group Five Announces the Successful Sale of the Corporation’s Businesses to Teichmann Group Group Five has announced the successful sale of its own projects business to Teichmann Group, which serves as a positive highlight for the company, especially since they had to file for bankruptcy, being left to retrench countless construction employees, leaving a mark […]

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18 October

How Should Used Oil be Managed on Construction Sites The Waste Act is an entity that is responsible for adjusting the law according to how waste management should be dealt with. These laws are implemented and checked by the Waste Act, to protect the environment by simply providing proper measures in the attempt to prevent […]

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17 October

Construction on New R6 Billion Project in Pretoria Begins R6 Billion has been reserved for Atterbury, a commercial, residential and retail property developer, which will begin construction on the first phase of the new development, the Castle Gate mixed-use precinct in Pretoria. Project Overview The project, Castle Gate, is set to comprise 100,000sqm commercial office […]

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17 October

South Africa’s Construction Industry Reaches Extremely High Retrenchment Numbers Causing Major Concern With a 29% unemployment rate in the country, of which the construction and mining sectors form two of the biggest contributors and still continues to increase, a lot of uncertainty remains for professionals. Although there is a lot of potential in the sector, […]

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16 October

What Does it Mean to Achieve Lean with Technology in the Construction Industry? To achieve lean in construction refers to ensuring that the proper people are set in place to provide you with the correct information whenever it’s necessary. The two technologies that can support this initiative, are Cloud and mobile technologies, which has been […]

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16 October

The Most Profitable Construction Companies in South Africa Even though the construction industry in South Africa has faced countless challenges throughout the last decade, along with major delays on some of the country’s biggest construction projects, it still has the potential to grow. Another attribution to the constant decline in the construction industry is the […]

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16 October

New Development: Floating Solar PV Installation in South Africa South Africa is known for a few unique discoveries that have since also been introduced to the rest of the world, including research on how to sustain water more efficiently, and how to recover from a drought which has presented itself as a source of wisdom […]

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15 October

The Local Professional Body for Engineered Timber Construction to Face Dormancy The professional body for engineered timber of South Africa, the Institute for Timber Construction South Africa (ITC-SA) will announce its resolution for dormancy, on the 1st of November 2019. The ITC-SA was established over 45 years ago with the leading purpose to aid in […]

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