Companies
Kaytech Engineered Fabrics
Engineered Fabrics
Kaytech Engineered Fabrics are suppliers and manufactures of geosynthetics and geotextiles in the civil engineering industry.
location_on Pinetown, KwaZulu-Natal
Design Acro
Architectural company offering full architectural services and project management in the Eastern Cape, leader of quality architectural design of the highest standards appropriate for the South African context and culture, developing globally respected and sound business solutions.
Everhard Industries (Pty) Ltd
Everhard Industries (Pty) Ltd is a private family-owned company established in Brisbane in 1926.
Lafarge Aggregates and Readymix
Lafarge Aggregates and Readymix manufactures a wide range of aggregates and readymix concretes, which is marketed and supplied into all sectors of the South African construction industry.
News & Product Highlights
today12 Feb 2018
verified_userLafarge Aggregates and Readymix

Lafarge solutions for healthcare sector infrastructure

Lafarge SA produces a number of cement and concrete products ideal for infrastructure products, such as self-compacting concrete, decorative concrete, permeable concrete, concrete for green building projects, and various cements.
today8 Jun 2018

Lafarge building solutions meeting the needs of the education sector

Lafarge South Africa concrete solutions include Agilia™ self-consolidating concrete and screeds; AgiliaTM Vertical, a self-compacting concrete; Artevia™ Colour decorative concrete, and Hydromedia™ permeable concrete.
today6 Oct 2011

Commercial stormwater solutions

From commercial stormwater pits to light application stormwater solutions, Everhard Industries' diversified polymer capabilities make their range of stormwater pits
today12 Nov 2015
verified_userKaytech Engineering Products

Kaytech simplifies ground stabilisation problem

Kaytech’s TriAx geogrid has been proven to functionally out-perform the best performing bi-axial geogrids available, so it was no surprise that this product was specified to solve a pavement subsidence problem at the upmarket Lynnwood Bridge Shopping Centre in Pretoria, Gauteng.