As part of the Norcros group, Johnson Tiles South Africa, manufactures quality glazed ceramic and glazed porcelain floor tiles to international standards at our state-of-the-art plant in Olifantsfontein.  In addition to this, Johnson Tiles South Africa is also able to produce Inkjet Tiles, thus enabling us to offer you a wide variety of fashionable high-quality tiles in a multitude of photo-realistic designs.
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Manufacturers of stainless steel kitchen sinks; washroom and hospital sanitaryware; as well as Zip Hyrdoboil systems
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today23 Feb 2014

Green sense concrete technology

BASF now offers its Green Sense Concrete technology for the resource-efficient production and processing of concrete, improving the economic performance and energy efficiency of buildings and lending support to owners and concrete manufacturers in obtaining sustainability certification for their buildings.
today7 Nov 2012

CMA Awards for Excellence 2012 - All the winners

              The Concrete Manufacturers Association presented the 2012 Awards for Excellence on 3rd November, celebrating excellence in the manufacture and application of precast concrete products. 
today17 Nov 2015

PPC creates info sharing platform to meet future targets of ‘zero net-energy’ buildings

Concrete continues to play a pivotal role in economic growth both locally and globally. As infrastructure investment and development across Africa take on a new sense of urgency, the construction industry is recognising that a different approach is required on and for the continent.
today21 Jun 2011

Fulton Awards 2011

The winners of this year’s Fulton Awards, presented by the Concrete Society of Southern Africa (CSSA), were announced at a gala function on 4 June. The Blackburn Pedestrian Bridge near Umhlanga in KwaZulu-Natal won in the Civil Engineering category. Ubuntu Education Centre in Port Elizabeth won in both the Building category and Concrete in Architecture. The Hospital Bend Preselection Scheme overpass road bridges in Cape Town won in the Construction Techniques category. Mountain House Roofs, also in Cape Town, won in the Unique Design Aspects category. 15 Alice Lane Towers in Sandton won in the category Innovative Technologies.
today22 Apr 2013

Green buildings sprouting in South Africa

South Africa’s first commercial green star-rated building has been unveiled. The cutting-edge building – the E block in Upper Grayston, a small multi-purpose development in the business district of Sandton – is the first small office building to receive five green stars from the Green Building Council of South Africa (GBCSA).  “We want to get the message out to other developers,” says Martin Evans of Upper Grayston’s developer Bryprop, “that South Africa can produce green buildings economically.”  Green buildings are attractive to the property market, he says, and they offer a good return on investment.