South Africa’s major brick maker, Corobrik manufactures a wide range of clay face bricks, non-face bricks and clay pavers, the company has distribution outlets throughout the country and sells any quantity from an individual purchasing a few hundred bricks through to large corporates requiring millions of bricks to be delivered to sites meeting tight deadlines.
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today26 Jul 2017

SA’s first Green Star Design rated government building achieves its As Built rating

WSP achieved a 4 Star Green Star SA As Built rating for the refurbishment of the Agrivaal building and the newly constructed adjacent public building, Batho Pele House.
today15 Apr 2014

Garden Court Milpark communicates the core and spirit of Joburg

Tsogo Sun’s hugely successful Garden Court Milpark hotel boasts a fresh look after the completion of an extensive refurbishment and upgrade of facilities. The new design conveys the surrounding environment and culture of Joburg perfectly, and expresses a contemporary aesthetic with strong geometric forms and bold patterns. Popular with business and leisure guests alike, this vibrant yet cosy hideout situated within the academic precinct of Johannesburg, now offers even greater comfort and convenience.
today19 Apr 2011

New inner city scheme for Joburg

THE Inner City Property Scheme (ICPS) is replacing the Better Buildings Programme and is expected to continue to transform the inner city. Over the past few years, Joburg's inner city has gradually changed from a grimy, unsafe place filled with dilapidated buildings to one that is drawing business and residents back. These changes have credited largely to the implementation of the Better Buildings Programme, which has now been reviewed and replaced by the ICPS.
today30 Mar 2016

Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University's top student's thesis offers a solution to revitalise the decaying Boet Erasmus Stadium

‘‘One key issue is the need to incorporate the demands of sustainable development into architectural designs, keeping the lifetime carbon footprint of projects to a minimum. This is becoming increasingly important in the design of public sector buildings such as schools, hospitals and community centres where government has a long appreciation for the specification of sustainable or “green” building materials such as clay bricks,” said Allin Dangers Corobrik Director of Sales – Coastal.
today5 Nov 2015

Mix of old and new brickwork revitalises landmark Lion Match Factory

Sitting alongside Kings Park Stadium and near the iconic Moses Mabhida Stadium, Durban’s Lion Match Factory holds its own as one of the warm city’s memorable architectural landmarks.