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Aveng Grinaker - LTA
Aveng Grinaker-LTA is a multi-disciplinary construction and engineering group, anchored in South Africa and focused on selected infrastructure, energy, rail and mining opportunities in Africa.
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today11 Oct 2010
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Leading infrastructure group reports a healthy project pipeline

In September The Aveng Group announced its annual results for the year to end June 2010, reporting revenue of R34 billion, up 1% on 2009, and an operating profit of R2.1 billion.
today5 May 2010

Rammed earth construction at Mablomong School

In March, The Aveng Group  and the David Rattray Foundation celebrated the opening of the new administration block at Mablomong Primary School – an occasion shared with teachers and learners from the school and the people from the community who had helped in the construction.

Construction group looks to steady build of infrastructure

Releasing its interim results for the six months to December 2009, The Aveng Group  reported declining revenue – down 5% compared to the six months to December 2008 – and a reduced operating profit – down 29%, but strong cash holdings – up 23% – and a two-year order book increased by 8% to R32.7 billion since June 2009.
today19 Jul 2009

Inaugural game at R1.45 billion stadium

The new Nelson Mandela Bay stadium in Port Elizabeth hosted its inaugural match, between the British and Irish Lions and the Southern Kings, on June 16th 2009. The stadium was constructed by Grinaker-LTA, part of the Aveng Group, in a joint venture with Interbeton from the Netherlands. Construction began in April 2007 and was completed on schedule in March this year, with an outstanding safety track record of zero serious injuries and zero fatalities on site.
today5 Dec 2011

Steel Awards 2011 – all the winners

The overall winner and the winning projects in each of the different categories of Steel Awards 2011 reflect the outstanding quality of the steel construction industry in all its diversity. Dr Hennie de Clercq, executive director of the Southern African Institute of Steel Construction (SAISC), said at the awards ceremony, “We congratulate the winners and, at the same time, emphasise the exceptional quality of all the entries, which augurs so well for the future of our industry.”  The Steel Awards, hosted by the SAISC, with the Aveng Group as the main sponsor, were staged simultaneously in Johannesburg, Durban and Cape Town on 15th September 2011.