Saint-Gobain Gyproc SA (Pty) Ltd: Manufacturer and marketer of gypsum-based plasters, ceiling systems and interior walling systems for the residential; commercial markets.
location_on Centurion, Gauteng
Capco cc
Capco was established in 1989 as a stockist and manufacturer of ceiling and partition systems and components.
Design Acro
Architectural company offering full architectural services and project management in the Eastern Cape, leader of quality architectural design of the highest standards appropriate for the South African context and culture, developing globally respected and sound business solutions.
Marley Building Systems
Marley Building Systems is a South African subsidiary of the global Belgian Etex Group.
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RhinoBoard for Ceilings

RhinoBoard is a plasterboard and consists of an aerated or foamed gypsum core encased in, and firmly bonded to, special paper liners. RhinoBoard is used as lining/cladding for ceilings, drywalls and drylining. RhinoBoard is non combustible and it is used as a lining in fire rated drywall and ceiling systems.
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today29 Nov 2016

Siniat ceiling solutions from Marley Building Systems

The Siniat range of ceiling solutions ticks all the right boxes when it comes to choice, quality and ease of installation.
today29 Aug 2017

Bushveld (re)treat: Off-grid log home for Nylstroom mountain estate

Designed by Eugene Barnard Architects with engineering input from Hull Consulting Engineers, House du Preez, built by Eco Log Homes, is an elegant, yet robust answer to a client brief that called for a rustic, yet luxurious off-grid home.
today9 Jun 2016

Exceptional flexibility in underfloor heating applications

The Fonterra range of tried-and-tested polybutylene pipe (PB) for use in hydronic underfloor heating systems is now available in additional sizes.
today28 Sep 2016

Light Steel Frame training courses making their mark

The series of CPD-accredited training courses arranged by the Southern African Light Steel Frame Building Association (Sasfa) have made their mark in 2016. This is according to Sasfa director, John Barnard. “We are seeing a growing interest in these courses in line with the excellent growth in popularity of LSFB in South Africa,” Barnard says adding that the RSA market for LSFB is estimated to already be worth about R1 billion per annum.
today24 Oct 2016

Twenty one and still going strong ... 342 now certified

The students pictured with the LSF structure they erected as part of the practical work of the course. Their qualifications ranged from Quantity Surveying and Mechanical Engineering, to Project Managers, some being CEO’s of their companies. The Southern African Light Steel Frame Building Association (SASFA) has successfully presented its 6-day training course for light steel frame building (LSFB) contractors – for the 21st time! The course was presented at The Building Centre in Cape Town during the week 26 September to 1 October 2016.