Manufacturer and distributor of the Sika range of construction chemicals. Products include waterproofing, cement and concrete products, flooring and roofs.
location_on Durban, KwaZulu-Natal
Reversable hollow-core retaining blocks
Terraforce the original, reversible Hollow Core Retaining Blocks. Retaining walls for landscaping and soil erosion solutions.
location_on Cape Town, Western Cape
Kaytech Engineering Products
Engineered Fabrics
Kaytech has provided the southern African Civil Engineering industry with geotextiles and geosynthetic solutions since 1971.
location_on Pinetown, KwaZulu-Natal
Lafarge Aggregates and Readymix
Lafarge Aggregates and Readymix manufactures a wide range of aggregates and readymix concretes, which is marketed and supplied into all sectors of the South African construction industry.
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today2 May 2018
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PERI South Africa rises to challenge of 92 Rivonia Road project

PERI South Africa’s use of an interactive 3D model allowed main contractor WBHO to come to grips with the striking ‘feature brows’ at the 92 Rivonia Road mixed-use development in Sandton, Johannesburg.
today8 Jun 2018

Lafarge building solutions meeting the needs of the education sector

Lafarge South Africa concrete solutions include Agilia™ self-consolidating concrete and screeds; AgiliaTM Vertical, a self-compacting concrete; Artevia™ Colour decorative concrete, and Hydromedia™ permeable concrete.
today2 Nov 2013

Tilt-up construction for cost effective aesthetics and durability

Gary Theodosiou, engineer and lecturer at The Concrete Institute, says tilt-up construction is often overlooked in the design of structures but can be one of concrete’s most cost-effective building techniques.
today12 May 2014

Unlimited design freedom

Precast concrete cladding provides the designer with substantial freedom in the choice of form, texture, and appearance because concrete’s flexibility allows for limitless scope in expression and character, says Bryan Perrie, MD of The Concrete Institute.
today22 Sep 2013

Proper curing vital to achieve concrete's full potential

All newly-cast concrete must be cured to ensure that hydration continues until the full potential strength of the hardened concrete is achieved and to minimise the tendency to crack, advises Bryan Perrie, MD of The Concrete Institute.