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
Interbuild Africa 2020 Book your stand at Africa’s largest building services and construction exhibition.
location_on Johannesburg, Gauteng
a.b.e® Construction Chemicals
a.b.e. manufactures waterproofing, flooring, specialised adhesives, silicone and sealants, concrete repair products, general construction products, and polyurea high performance system coatings for the building and construction industries.
location_on Boksburg, Gauteng
Tile Adhesives
TAL is a leader in tile and construction adhesives with a track record of more than 40 years in South Africa. TAL specialises in tiling installation materials, tiling tools, construction solutions and is renowned for the quality of its products...
location_on Olifantsfontein, Gauteng
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today17 May 2012

Building and construction show helps companies gear up for growth

While the immediate outlook for the South African construction industry remains challenging, companies are indicating a steady growth in orders indicating a mild recovery in the local construction industry. 
today8 Nov 2017

Sharp contraction in construction activity in the second quarter of 2017

The Bryte SA Construction Activity Monitor reports that the construction contribution to GDP shrinks in the second quarter of 2017, together with a sharp contraction in construction activity.
today20 Jan 2017
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Echo Prestress celebrates 21 years of prestressed slab production

One of South Africa’s prestressed hollow-core concrete slab pioneers, Echo Prestress, was founded in 1995 when a factory was built in Kempton Park to manufacture prestressed hollow-core slabs. 
today24 Jul 2012

Building Confidence Increases Marginally but the Immediate Outlook Remains Challenging

Building confidence amongst building contractors, manufacturers of building materials and quantity surveyors has increased marginally. However the immediate outlook for the South African construction industry remains challenging.  Even though some companies are reflecting a steady growth in orders, the industry is still hurting from a three-year battle between companies competing to win work for low-priced projects. The increased supply of construction workers, and a lack of demand for construction projects, has resulted in increasing competition between firms. Margins are being squeezed to almost zero. 
today26 Aug 2013

Harry McCarthy: In memory of a master builder

The South African construction industry recently bade farewell to one of its stalwarts, Harry McCarthy, who passed away at the age of 96. He was well known for his commitment to the promotion of education and training in the sector and it was through his efforts that the Construction Management degree was implemented at tertiary institutions around the country.
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today4 Aug 2016

The PG Bison 1.618: What will you create?

The PG Bison 1.618 Competition is now in its 25th year.