Well known for leading brands such as Tanalith, Antiblu, Wolmanized, Vacsol, Weatherwood and Tanalised, Lonza Wood Protection is the world leader in wood protection products.
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today1 Nov 2015
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Yet another fast food chain converts to light steel frame building

Well-known fast food chain, KFC, recently chose Light Steel Frame building (LSFB) for its new outlet in Mthatha, joining both MacDonalds and Burger King in recognising the advantages of this modern building method. LSFB supports an energy efficient building, leaves a reduced carbon footprint, offers a fresh approach to creating the right environment for a restaurant while, at the same time, contributing towards a sustainable environment.
today2 Nov 2018

The all-inclusive shopping centre

The Pan Africa Shopping Centre was designed by Ketan Patel of BI Architects and Space Planners. It showcased a partnership between the City and private developers as it was supported by the Alexandra Renewal Project, and included extensive engagement with local informal traders and taxi associations and operators.
today3 May 2018
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Lonza helps little learners reach their full potential

The commitment of Lonza Wood Protection and the passion of its staff, who for nearly eleven years have dedicated their time and resources to caring for the needs of the Crèche and its children, has resulted in an an organised and flourishing education facility, the Vulingqondo Crèche, which is situated in the Bethania rural community of the Ugu district municipality.
today7 May 2012

Development moving ahead at Waterfall Business Estate

Atterbury Property Group recently launched its Waterfall Business Estate, an ambitious 1.6 million square metre mixed-use commercial development in Midrand, north of Johannesburg.  Atterbury Property Group CEO, Louis van der Watt says, “This is an opportunity to develop a mixed-use commercial precinct in the heart of the fastest growing metropolis on the African continent.” The development of Waterfall Business Estate will be market-driven and will roll out over the next 14 years with a total value well over R25 billion.