Grease Traps services specialise in the cleaning, sanitation and regular maintenance of various environments, within the food and beverage industry, such as Fat carrying lines; Fat Traps inside and outside of store; Manholes and Sumps; Tunnels and Trenches which all outgoing lines are fed into; Gullies in Butchery, Bakery, Fruit & Vegetable areas; Butchery refrigeration rooms; Tiled wall and floor areas; Extractor filters; Pump Stations; Grease trap installation
location_on Benoni, Gauteng
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location_on Johannesburg, Gauteng
Mutual Safe and Security Group
Safes & Security Products
Mutual Safes manufacture safes, vaults, ATMs, and variety of doors such as anti-bandit and fire doors. Safe refurbishment and relocation services.
location_on Pretoria, Gauteng
Union Tiles (Pty) Ltd is a wall and floor tile corporation dealing in ceramic, porcelain and natural stone, building material products and services.
location_on Bedfordview, Gauteng
today14 Aug 2018
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Interbuild Seminar - 16 August 2018

Seminar Programme for 16 August 2018.
today23 Jun 2017
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COBAdeluxe: The Ultimate Rubber Bar Matting

COBAdeluxe is the ultimate rubber bar matting as it offers outstanding comfort for bar tenders and reduces glass breakage. It has open holes to provide efficient drainage, and offers excellent slip resistance…
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today27 Jul 2011

Concerns raised on DPW’s proposed tender moratorium

Both the South African Institution of Civil Engineering (SAICE) and Master Builders South Africa (MBSA) have expressed their concern regarding the Minister of Public Works’, Gwen Mahlangu-Nkabinde’s recent announcement of a possible six-month moratorium on departmental tenders. While the minister’s move to improve procurement procedures in the Department of Public Works (DPW) is recognised as a positive step, the concern is that a moratorium on DPW tenders at this stage would affect the building and construction industries detrimentally at all levels – likely leading to a loss of jobs and scarce skills capacity.  Pierre Fourie, CEO of MBSA, said the organisation was taken aback by the minister’s announcement and is currently attempting to assess the potential effect that the proposed moratorium would have on the building sector and members of MBSA. The organisation is concerned too that the minister should have taken such a decision before taking time to consult the building sector and other affected stakeholders.
today9 Sep 2013

AfriSam firmly at the forefront of chemical admixtures

There is a great deal of discussion around the use of extenders in concrete. However, in order to ensure a blend is uncompromised in strength and integrity, extensive experience and knowledge is needed. AfriSam is able to leverage a multitude of applications in various market sectors in the successful application of chemical admixture technologies.
today18 Apr 2018

QS Association: change irregular expenditure by changing the watchdog

A Quantity Surveyor is best placed to identify deviations from original tenders in terms of both scope and pricing. As such, they act as the client’s watchdog. In the case of public projects, the client is ultimately the taxpayer.
today16 Jan 2012

Protecting bars from flair bartenders and more

COBA Plastics offers a number of products suitable for kitting out bar areas, protecting glasses, reducing spills and ensuring that your bar is as well-protected as it can be from over-zealous or inexperienced flair bartenders (with apologies to those professionals who never ever drop a bottle or spill a drop).
today18 Mar 2014

Quality concrete important for our infrastructure

Concrete plays a bigger role than any other material in shaping our country. In fact, structures built with the labour of our forefathers, still bear testimony to their skills in working with concrete and building structures that are still in use today.