Cemcrete
Manufacturers of Distinctive Decorative Coatings
Since 1973 Cemcrete has manufactured a specialised range of cement-based coatings and building materials to finish and aid in construction projects. Cemcrete’s range of over 80 products includes cement-based finishes for walls, floors, countertops, pools and many more. These distinctive finishes are favourable among homeowners, architects and the construction industry in general due to their superior quality, excellent value, as well as offering a unique alternative to generic coatings.
location_on Johannesburg, Gauteng
Weber South Africa is incorporated as a division of Saint-Gobain Construction Products (Pty) Ltd. Weber - the world's leading industrial mortar manufacturer
location_on Johannesburg, 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
REHAU
Unlimited Polymer Solutions
Rehau uPVC Windows and Doors are polymer specialists founded in 1948 in the Bavarian town REHAU. Polymer-based materials used in construction industry.
location_on Bedfordview, Gauteng
today23 Jun 2017
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Ecotec 60mm: Double-Glazed uPVC Windows

The University of Kwazulu-Natal invited Rehau to participate in a national pilot study on energy saving building methods.The purpose of the study is to observe the success of double-glazed uPVC windows and externally applied thermal insulation to an existing building to achieve financial energy cost savings.
today20 Nov 2018
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Mortar Mix - Coloured Datasheet | Cemcrete

A coloured masonry Mortar Mix comprising white cement, graded sand and certain additives to give high bond strength, waterproof joints and high water retention for workability and plasticity. Good water retention gives improved bond and bleeding characteristics. Also has excellent water absorption qualities.
today20 Nov 2018
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Anchor Grout Datasheet | Cemcrete

Anchor Grout is a rapid set ready-for-use (merely add water) Portland cement-based grouting compound. It contains chemical reagents which prevent shrinkage during curing.
today20 Nov 2018
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Colour Hardener Datasheet | Cemcrete

A granolithic concrete material that is floated into fresh screed or concrete which colours, strengthens and creates durable surfaces for concrete floors. It is a special blend of cement incorporating very hard-wearing aggregates, lightfast pigments and certain additives which set rock-hard and which has exceptional abrasion resistance. Some cement floor finishing experience is required for the success of this application.
today20 Nov 2018
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Colour Hardener Sealer | Cemcrete

A non-yellowing clear, thermoplastic acrylic lacquer-based resin which displays excellent UV stability. Has very fast solvent release, i.e. drying properties. The sealer greatly enhances the colour and protects the surface from the ingress of dirt and grease.
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today10 May 2017

Jean-Pierre Desvaux De Marigny from the University of KwaZulu-Natal wins the 30th Corobrik Architectural Awards

Jean-Pierre Desvaux De Marigny of the University of KwaZulu-Natal is the winner of the 30th Corobrik Architectural Student of the Year Awards. New and distinctive ideas, a high standard of technical skill, creative flair, a good grasp of sustainability issues and a clear understanding of the complex role of built structures within an evolving urban environment were just some of the reasons why Jean-Pierre Desvaux De Marigny from the University of KwaZulu-Natal won first prize at the Corobrik Architectural Awards in Johannesburg this evening. The competition, which has spanned three decades, has seen considerable changes in how young professionals in the architectural professional approach the built environment. Today, technological advances and sustainability imperatives are driving creativity. Innovation with a view to lightening the built environment’s environmental footprint together with an innate understanding of social and cultural imperatives within South Africa are just some of the reasons that this year’s judges singled out De Marigny’s dissertation.
today2 May 2018

Rewarding comfortable and sustainable architecture

Vahin Parmananda and Mthokozisi Sibisi from the University of KwaZulu-Natal won the South African stage of the Saint-Gobain MultiComfort House Students Contest 2018. They will showcase their sustainable and innovative design which takes into consideration comfort and safety features such as thermal, acoustic and visual properties as well as air quality and fire protection in Dubai from May 2018.
today2 Jul 2018
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From second to first place: South Africa shines!

Vahin Parmananda and Mthokozisi Sibisi, from the UKZN, were awarded the first prize for their project “Solar.Creek.Community”. A feat accomplished in only six weeks, as opposed to the six months given to the northern hemisphere participants.
today12 Oct 2017

Announcement of the winners in the PG Bison 1.618 competition

Stephanus Petrus Diedericks from the University of the Free State won the 2017 PG Bison 1.618 competition with his transformation of an ailing building into a gastronomic restaurant.
today25 Jan 2016

KwaZulu-Natal regional finalist for the Corobrik Architectural Student of the Year Awards announced

Innovation is the standout quality that differentiates design resolutions and helps define architecture as special and appreciated by one’s peers. Innovation in sync with context provides the delight factor permitting architectural design to compete comfortably on the world stage. Technical skill, the ability to create memorable form that draws one in while treading softly on our planet is what puts the finishing touches to sustainable architecture. South African architecture continues to take positive strides also demonstrating an extra creative dimension unique in a country where the shaping of the urban landscape requires an appreciation of the complexities of creating an inclusive built environment.