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Corobrik
South Africa’s major brick maker, Corobrik manufactures a wide range of clay face bricks, non-face bricks and clay pavers, the company has distribution outlets throughout the country and sells any quantity from an individual purchasing a few hundred bricks through to large corporates requiring millions of bricks to be delivered to sites meeting tight deadlines.
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Sandton Gate pilots new Sustainable Precincts Tool

Developers Abland and Tiber are targeting a Green Star certification for the whole Sandton Gate precinct under the GBCSA's new Green Star Sustainable Precincts tool.
today22 Jun 2016

Final qualifying entries for the 2015/2016 AfriSam-SAIA Award for Sustainable Architecture + Innovation announced

Developers Abland and Tiber are targeting a Green Star certification for the whole Sandton Gate precinct under the GBCSA's new Green Star Sustainable Precincts tool.

Developers Abland and Tiber are targeting a Green Star certification for the whole Sandton Gate precinct under the GBCSA's new Green Star Sustainable Precincts tool.
today24 Jun 2016

Corobriks facebrick gives Century City Square a modern, natural look

A mixture of Corobrik’s facebrick and paver range has been used in the construction of the vibrant Century City Square, a R1 billion project of mixed-use development that forms the heart of the Bridgeway Precinct in Cape Town.
today16 Mar 2011

Finalists in the Corobrik Architectural Student of the Year Award 2010

The regional winners in the 24th Corobrik Architectural Student of the Year Award are the top thesis students of 2010 from the seven participating universities and universities of technology around the country. All the regional finalists go forward to the national finals at the end of March where each of them has the opportunity to present their thesis project to the panel of judges. The national winner will be announced at a function to be hosted by Corobrik on 30 March 2011. At the University of Cape Town (UCT), first place was awarded to Stefan van Biljon for his thesis entitled KL-Metamatic: Ghost Ship.