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Echo Prestress
A Name Truly Cast in Concrete
Echo Prestress is part of the Echo Group of Companies, although the oldest company in the group dates back to 1983, Echo Prestress opened for business in July 1995.
location_on Kempton Park, Gauteng
First African Claddings
The largest African supplier of signage to the oil industry and are rated as one of the top 3 signage manufacturers in South Africa and Africa.
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today7 Sep 2009
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Architectural software introduces industry first

Apix, a locally authorised Graphisoft solutions partner, will be rolling out a new version of Graphisoft's architectural design software, ArchiCAD 13, near the end of September 2009. ArchiCAD 13 will feature a number of new revisions and additions, the most prominent being the patent-pending BIM (building information modelling) server, which will allow users to access BIM files from multiple locations and time frames.
today4 Mar 2013
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Impregnable Echo Wall guards metal plant

One of South Africa’s largest steel manufacturers has ringed its Wadeville raw scrap processing plant with a formidable security wall made from toughened Echo prestressed hollow-core concrete panels – and in the process completely eliminated costly losses from scrap theft.
today18 Apr 2012

Global style trends meet up at Decorex Cape Town 26 - 29 April, CTICC, Cape Town

Setting the table for an abundance of trends and décor adventures, Decorex Cape Town returns to the Mother City with a vibrant interior design exhibition reflecting the creative spirit of its host town.
today5 Oct 2011

Any colour, any shape

Alpolic allows architects to sculpt virtually any shape and colour they can think of. There are 80 standard colours to choose from. Alpolic coatings are available in solid, metallic, sparkling
today29 Aug 2011

Johnson Controls research reveals gap between today’s workplace and office workers’ expectations for 2020

Shift in need for collaborative workspaces versus today’s more private office spaces Global research from Johnson Controls (NYSE: JCI) Global WorkPlace Solutions (GWS), a leading provider of facilities, commercial real estate and energy management for many of the world’s largest companies, has revealed there is a gap between the amount of teamwork that today’s workplace can support and the amount that office workers anticipate using in 2020.