keyboard_arrow_upCape Town’s IRT system takes form
keyboard_arrow_downCape Town’s IRT system takes form

Corobrik has supplied an estimated one million plus of its Autumn, Wheatstone and De Hoop Red clay pavers for the pavements, walkways and ramps around the bus stations that have been constructed to date in Cape Town’s Integrated Rapid Transit (IRT) system.

keyboard_arrow_upUni-Ecolok permeable paving now in SA
keyboard_arrow_downUni-Ecolok permeable paving now in SA

Infraset Building and Landscaping Products recently saw its Uni-Ecolok permeable interlocking concrete pavers installed for the first time on a suburban property in eastern Johannesburg where the former house has been converted to offices.

keyboard_arrow_upPermeable concrete block paving taking root
keyboard_arrow_downPermeable concrete block paving taking root

The biggest of the eight PCBP projects completed to date is the 13 000 square metres car park on the West Campus of the University of the Witwatersrand. Abutting one of Johannesburg's major thoroughfares, Empire Road, the parking ground comprises a lower section about 6 000 m square metres in area and an upper section of some 7 000 m square metres.