Echo Prestress
A Name Truly Cast in Concrete
Echo Prestress is part of the Echo Group of Companies, although the oldest company in the group dates back to 1983, Echo Prestress opened for business in July 1995.
location_on Kempton Park, Gauteng
SAWPA is an industry association which promotes the use of treated timber and treated timber products.
location_on Isando, Gauteng
Modcon Concrete Works
Modcon has 40 years experience in the manufacturing of moulds, lightweight and precast decorative concrete products to Architectural designs.
Southern Africa Readymix Association (SARMA)
SARMA is a voluntary industry organisation that represents manufacturers, suppliers and stakeholders in the readymix concrete industry.
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today3 Jan 2018
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Protecting perimeters with a variety of fencing options

C and J Fencing Africa are suppliers and installers of high quality, razor wire, welded mesh, game fencing and Clearview fencing products.
today9 Jun 2015

Rocla and Technicrete collaborate with the CMA at the Totally Concrete Expo

Rocla and Technicrete joined forces with the Concrete Manufacturer’s Association (CMA) to co-sponsor an information stand at the recent Totally Concrete Exhibition and Conference, 12-14 May at the Sandton Conference and Exhibition Centre in Sandton, Johannesburg.
today12 Sep 2010

Concrete versatility suits development of human settlements

“Concrete is the material with the proven track record to provide tried and tested – as well as innovative – solutions for sustainable housing,” says Adele de Lange, technical marketing consultant: human settlements at the Cement & Concrete Institute (C&CI).
today31 Aug 2017

Living art and living screens by GreenHive

LivePicture and Living Green Screens are used as wall decorations or as area dividers and offer the benefits of plants together with aesthetic properties. Available from GreenHive, no electricity or water connections are needed.
today29 Feb 2016

New student housing development addresses dire lack of student accommodation in Western Cape

A new residence building on the corner of Rose and Main Street in Mowbray will go some way towards addressing the student housing crisis gripping the Western Cape. Nationally current student housing can only accommodate approximately 18% of the total student enrolments in higher education, according to the Department of Higher Education. Student accommodation across the country and in the Western Cape in particular is in high demand, with new developments needed to match the growing numbers of students entering tertiary education each year.