MiTek specialises in the manufacturing and sales of all types of metal fasteners for timber, e.g. galvanised steel connector plates for the prefabricated timber roof truss industry.
location_on Midrand, Gauteng
Kasi Shade are professional suppliers, installers and repairers of awning, carports, shade ports, skylights, patio covers, and customised shade ports.
location_on Johannesburg, Gauteng
Global Roofing Solutions
Previously Brownbuilt Metal Sections and HH Robertson
Global Roofing Solutions (Pty) Ltd is one of the largest metal roofing manufacturers in South Africa.
location_on Isando, Gauteng
Introducing a new range of medical products known as Mac Care to our existing range of catering equipment. Stainless steel washroom accessories; surgeons scrub-up units; sluice sinks; slophoppers; drip sinks; mortuary equipment; laboratory equipment.
location_on Cape Town, Western Cape
today29 Nov 2018
verified_userFranke South Africa

Catering & Industrial Products | Franke

Catering & Industrial products: sinks, tables, wall benches & shelving. Heavy duty industrial sinks and tables with sound deadening underframes. The range is complemented by a selection of modular designed shelving systems for catering applications.
today29 Nov 2018
verified_userFranke South Africa

Hospital & Mortuary Products | Franke

Franke is a leading supplier of sanitaryware products to hospitals, clinics and mortuaries – environments where hygiene is of the highest priority. Franke is certified to ISO9001: 2008 quality management standards. Our designs and construction ensure that our products meet the demands of safety, hygiene and quality. Products include Slop Hoppers, Drip Sinks, Bottle Racks, Bed Pan Wash-Ups, Surgeon Scrub Up Units, Plaster Of Paris Sinks and Baths. Franke is also a leading supplier of a large range of high-grade stainless steel equipment to mortuaries and post-mortem rooms including Autopsy Tables, Trolleys, Body Racks, Trays, Instrument Cabinets, Writing Desks, Shelving and Ventilated Mortuary Equipment.
today27 Nov 2018
verified_userFranke South Africa

Water Systems Sanware Product Guide | Franke | WC Pans, Sanitaryware and Laundry Products

FRANKE WC PANS ARE DESIGNED TO REDUCE WATER CONSUMPTION BY UP TO 60% WC Pans consume up to 90 percent of water usage in commercial buildings. New technology has been introduced to produce a new range that delivers high performance and aesthetically pleasing designs, to compliment the rest of the Franke sanitary ware products. Designed for ultimate hygiene solutions and ease of installation in public ablutions, the range caters for a wide variety of applications, from recreational facilities, shopping centres, petrol stations, airports and stadiums. Product features: • Hygienic, quality designs and excellent low water consumption • Aesthetically pleasing design, with satin finish • Pressed bowl and P-trap, with minimal welding through robotic welding technology • Full flush of 6 litres • Sturdy design and safety compliant with low maintenance compared with ceramic and composite materials
today19 Nov 2018
verified_userFranke South Africa

Franke | Kitchen Systems Product Guide

Franke range of sinks and mixers which include: fragranite sinks,stainless steel inset bowls, undermount sinks, drop-on sinks, sink mixers, waste management, accessories, wash troughs zip, cleaning and maintenance and warranties
today14 Feb 2019
verified_userMac Brothers

Mac-Care Janitor Sink

Janitor Sink Combination cleaner sink with hand wash basin • Ideal solution for cleaner rooms • Heavy-duty construction grade 304 ( 18/10 ) stainless steel • Heavy-duty adjustable foot pieces • “ Flip Grid” to facilitate storage of bucket above cleaner sink • Service panel to facilitate maintenance • Tap: An extractable tap is recommended
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today14 Sep 2012

The best of steel structures 2012

The Steel Awards 2012 judges broke with tradition this year in presenting a combined award for the usually separate ‘Architectural’ and ‘Light Steel Frame Building’ (LSFB) categories. The award went to the new Deloitte Head Office, designed by Boogertman + Partners Architects, at Riverwalk Office Park in Pretoria.  This decision was motivated by the unique qualities of the building which unites excellence in the use of architecturally exposed steel with cutting-edge application of light steel frame building in a commercial building. 
today23 Feb 2014

M&R Engineering Africa Platform positions itself as a specialist engineering business

Murray & Roberts’ Engineering Africa Platform continues to make notable progress with its market penetration into Africa.
today22 Sep 2016

The Tree House Constantia, Residential Category Winner at Steel Awards 2016

The highlight of the structural steel industry calendar, the 35th Annual Steel Awards hosted by the Southern African Institute of Steel Construction in partnership with BSi Steel, took place on 15 September 2016 in Johannesburg, Cape Town and KwaZulu-Natal concurrently. Attended by over 1000 people, the event showcased projects completed in the previous year that demonstrated excellence in the use of structural steel. Sponsors for the event were: Main – Bsi Steel, Popular Vote Feature – Macsteel, Photo competition - Cadex Systems SA, Tubular category - The Association of Steel Tube and Pipe Manufacturers, Light steel frame category - Saint-Gobain, Metal Cladding Category - Global Roofing Solutions, Factory and Warehouse category: Safintra, Partner Sponsors - ArcelorMIttal SA, Genrec Engineering, NJR Steel and Aveng Steel.
today17 Oct 2018

Tertiary institutions urged to embrace timber construction in engineering

The Institute of Timber Construction calls on training providers in the engineering field to review their curricula for a more holistic offering that embraces timber as a standard construction material.
today29 Oct 2015

Project and people awards for excellence in civil engineering

The prestigious annual SAICE-SAFCEC Awards gala event for the Most Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievements for 2014/2015 was held at The Bay Hotel in CampsBay in Cape Town on 16 October. It was the first time in many, many years that the event has been brought to Cape Town and the Capetonians responded excellently by turning up in numbers!