SAWPA is an industry association which promotes the use of treated timber and treated timber products.
location_on Isando, Gauteng
Saint-Gobain Gyproc SA (Pty) Ltd: Manufacturer and marketer of gypsum-based plasters, ceiling systems and interior walling systems for the residential; commercial markets.
location_on Centurion, 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
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
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The business case for green buildings

The financial viability of green buildings is a critical question in the minds of South African property developers and a new report from the Green Building Council of South Africa (GBCSA) investigates this issue and sets out the compelling business case for green building.  The Rands and Sense of Green Buildings contains evidence-based studies on the costs and benefits of green building in countries with established green building markets, such as the USA and Australia, as well as local case studies, examples and anecdotal evidence. 
today17 Oct 2010

The investment pay-off of green buildings

Bottom-line benefits like consistent increases in gross rentals, lower operating costs and lower capital expenditure over a building’s lifecycle are three key reasons why property investors are embracing green buildings around the globe. At the third annual Green Building Council of South Africa (GBCSA) Convention & Exhibition, held in September in Cape Town and sponsored by Nedbank Corporate Property Finance, the investment benefits of green buildings were in the spotlight as one of the topics addressed.
today15 Oct 2014

Economic challenges strengthen case for green building

Bottom-line benefits like consistent increases in gross rentals, lower operating costs and lower capital expenditure over a building’s lifecycle are three key reasons why property investors are embracing green buildings around the globe. At the third annual Green Building Council of South Africa (GBCSA) Convention & Exhibition, held in September in Cape Town and sponsored by Nedbank Corporate Property Finance, the investment benefits of green buildings were in the spotlight as one of the topics addressed.
today22 Nov 2017

Energy efficiency: the way forward for Nigeria

The new Building Energy Efficiency Code (BEEC) was recently launched in Abuja, Nigeria - with South African firm, Solid Green Consulting, as technical consultants on the Code.
today13 Jun 2016

Wilkinson leaves a legacy of tremendous growth for Green Building Council SA

After five trailblazing years at the helm of the Green Building Council South Africa (GBCSA), CEO Brian Wilkinson has announced his early retirement.