D&D Roof Insulations
Roof insulation materials
D&D Roof Insulations specialises in the supply of roof and ceiling insulation materials to the construction industry. Established in 1999.
location_on Pretoria, Gauteng
Eco-Insulation
Cellulose Fibre Ceiling Insulation
Eco-Insulation manufactures and markets eco-friendly cellulose thermal insulation that has SABS certification under SANS 1381-6.
location_on Cape Town, Western Cape
Maxiflex Door Systems
Manufacturer & Supplier of door systems
#1 in industrial doors, loading dock equipment, impact doors and strip curtains.
location_on Kempton Park, Gauteng
Alubond Stalcor
Alcofort aluminium composite panels
Architects and designers use Aluminium Composite Panels (ACP) mainly as external cladding for façades of buildings and for insulation and signage.
location_on Isando, Gauteng
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today30 Jan 2019
verified_userSondor Performance Foams

70 years in the performance foams industry!

For seventy years, Sondor has manufactured and converted closed cell performance foams and related products to industries needing technical solutions for sealing, thermal and acoustic insulation, protection, packaging and buoyancy applications in local and selected export markets.
today11 Jun 2018
verified_userIsover South Africa

School buildings affect productivity and health

A recent report by the World Green Building Council (WorldGBC), which is co-sponsored by Saint-Gobain, explores the topic of health, wellbeing and productivity in schools, and shows that children are more susceptible to indoor environmental factors than adults, which often leads to poor school performance.
today14 Mar 2013

Assisting Architecture for Humanity

Football for Hope is a FIFA™ outreach initiative that began with the FIFA World Cup™ 2010 in South Africa. It aims to create 20 Football for Hope Centres to promote education, public health and football in disadvantaged communities across Africa. The programme is supported by Architecture for Humanity, an international non-profit architectural organisation working in underprivileged communities and concerned with creating a more sustainable future through design. Worldwide, local architects associated with Architecture for Humanity provide pro-bono services to projects identified in their regions by the organisation. They partner with local suppliers to provide services and material support, also on a pro bono basis.
today23 Jun 2016

Construction has evolved

Imison’s walling and construction technology offers a balance between environmentally sustainable materials and a high quality end-product.
today1 Aug 2018
verified_userSaint-Gobain Gyproc South Africa

Using the built environment to maximise health and wellbeing

Szpunar addressed a delegation during an event hosted at a new development in Benmore Gardens, Sandton, where he explained and detailed Saint-Gobain’s multi-faceted Multi Comfort concept and approach. The development is an upmarket residential and mixed-use project and will be one of the largest Saint-Gobain Habito™ drywall installations in the world.