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Construction firm forges ahead on N2 road, bridges

     15th December 2017 Infrastructure construction firm Concor Infrastructure is making progress on the 34 km section of the N2 highway between Mtunzini and Empangeni in KwaZulu-Natal, while ensuring minimal impact to environmentally sensitive areas along the route. 

Assistance in overcoming bridge challenges

By: Simone Liedtke     15th December 2017 Industrial rope access specialist Skyriders Access Specialists installed temporary access platforms to allow for critical routine maintenance on the Crocodile river bridge, in Mbombela, Mpumalanga. 

Longmeadow solar PV project nearing completion

By: Nadine James     15th December 2017 Solar power specialist Energy Partners (EP) Solar has invested in a photovoltaic (PV) solar system to power South African retailer Pick n Pay’s Longmeadow distribution centre, in Modderfontein, Gauteng. The project is currently about 80% complete and will be fully operational by the end of... 

Medupi power station project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     15th December 2017 Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems has completed delivery of the third boiler unit of the Medupi power station project. 

Water recovery issue keeps Diamcor’s Krone-Endora at Venetia project from full potential

By: Henry Lazenby     14th December 2017 Inadequate recoveries of water from project developer Diamcor Mining’s Krone-Endora at Venetia project's settling dams continues to hinder the project from reaching design capacity, resulting in lower output, the company announced on Wednesday. The Kelowna, British Columbia-based company advised... 

Tsodilo acquires sorter for final recovery at BK16

By: Natasha Odendaal     11th December 2017 TSX-V-listed Tsodilo Resources has finalised the final recovery circuit of the dense medium separation (DMS) plant at its BK16 kimberlite project, in Botswana, with the purchase of a Polus-M sorter from Russian X-ray sorter manufacturer Bourevestnik. The new sorter for the final recovery plant... 

CoreSlab behind cost-effective and efficient projects

     11th December 2017 CoreSlab, a leading precast concrete specialist, has participated in many successful private- and public-sector building projects. Importantly, the company’s precast concrete systems have allowed professional teams to accelerate construction times and provided cost-savings for property... 

Cummins To Power Up Middle East Electricity 2018 With Latest Products

     11th December 2017 Cummins will showcase its latest QSG12 genset at the 2018 Middle East Electricity (MEE). This represents a major advantage for Tier 4 Final and Stage IV equipment installations by restoring the envelope size of the QSM11 predecessor used for Tier 3 and Stage IIIA applications. Higher-efficiency... 

Protect equipment and productivity levels with flexible and space saving DEHNcord during SA’s lightning season

     8th December 2017 The South African summer season brings with it widespread possibilities of lightning strikes. The massive voltage fluctuations caused by lightning can damage sensitive equipment, as well as cause data loss on computers, servers and storage devices. To combat this, the DEHNcord surge arrester from... 

Quality reprioritised in local battery market

By: Robyn Wilkinson     8th December 2017 With its battery anti-theft solution successfully protecting more than 15 000 lead acid batteries in South Africa, battery and related-components supplier Aztec is seeing an increase in demand for premium quality batteries with a longer operating life. 

Energy efficient transformers reduce financial and environmental costs

     8th December 2017 Electrical solutions supplier Legrand last month introduced its upgraded range of cast resin transformers, which offer advanced environment-friendly features that enable the products to meet the requirements of the new European standard for distribution transformers (EN50541-1) and ensure the... 

Jasco slashes carbon footprint with solar energy solution

By: Nadine James     8th December 2017 Technology solutions provider Jasco’s Power Solutions & Renewable Energy team will leverage its experiences from its successful solar project as a base for understanding the engineering, procurement and construction requirements for solar energy systems in high-end residential, commercial and... 

Miyazaki Airport renovation project – passenger boarding bridges, Japan

By: Sheila Barradas     8th December 2017 The project entails the supply of five passenger boarding bridges to the airport. 

AngloGold’s Tropicana JV commits to Long Island strategy

By: Mariaan Webb     7th December 2017 Joint venture (JV) partners AngloGold Ashanti and Independence Group have committed to the initial phase of the Long Island strategy, which will ultimately add 2.1-million ounces to the Tropicana mine’s business plan and will extend the operation’s mine life by seven years to 2027. The... 

TDS Projects Construction Will Go the Extra Mile with 13km Pipeline for Nkomati Mine

     7th December 2017 TDS Projects Construction has been awarded the contract for the construction of a 13km tailing pipeline at Nkomati Nickel mine. Nkomati is situated 300km east of Johannesburg. It represents one of the largest nickel reserves in South Africa having estimated reserves of 408.6 million tonnes of ore... 

TDS Projects Construction Will Go the Extra Mile with 13km Pipeline for Nkomati Mine

     7th December 2017 TDS Projects Construction has been awarded the contract for the construction of a 13km tailing pipeline at Nkomati Nickel mine. Nkomati is situated 300km east of Johannesburg. It represents one of the largest nickel reserves in South Africa having estimated reserves of 408.6 million tonnes of ore... 

Functional Affordable And Reliable Comms For Underground

     6th December 2017 Experts in communication systems for underground coal and hard rock mines, Ya Batho’s locally developed and manufactured communication products offer both a high level of functionality and an affordable cost of ownership. Active in the market since 2010, Ya Batho grew quickly from its focus on... 

Banding & ID Solutions SA represents Africa at UK sales conference

     4th December 2017 Banding & Identification (ID) Solutions South Africa was the only African representative at the recent EMEA sales conference in early October, organised by Band-It UK. In attendance were Senior Sales Representative Matthew Campbell and Sales Director Rosa Dos Remendos. The conference was hosted... 

Atalaya board approves €80.4m expansion in Spain

By: Mariaan Webb     4th December 2017 European mining and development company Atalaya Mining on Monday announced its decision to proceed with the 15-million-tonne-a-year expansion of its Proyecto Riotinto mine, in Spain. The €80.4-million expansion would upgrade processing facilities, including the installation of a new primary... 

Legrand-Wireless-Mobile-Device-Chargers

     4th December 2017 Legrand’s wireless chargers for mobile devices have been designed to make life easier in a busy world – either at home, in the office, or when travelling. These wireless chargers, with advanced technology, are ergonomic and functional, with versatility for use without cables in all environments... 

Three Cape Town households exceed 1 000 litres of water per day

By: News24Wire      4th December 2017 While Capetonians have been urged to reduce their water usage to below 87 litres per person daily, three households on average, exceeded 1 000 litres per day. This was revealed by City of Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille on Sunday, who said the properties - two in Pinelands and another in... 

Ford Struandale plant exceeds 3m engine production milestone, eyes 2018 expansion

By: Natasha Odendaal     1st December 2017 The Ford Struandale engine plant, in Port Elizabeth, is celebrating the assembly of 500 000 Duratorq TDCi turbodiesel engines since 2011, bringing the total of engines produced at the plant to 3.3-million units since its establishment in 1964. Ford Motor Company of Southern Africa (FMCSA) is now... 

Separators offer versatility and low maintenance

     1st December 2017 Compressed air technology, equipment and systems specialist Atlas Copco Compressor Technique’s OSC range of condensate separators for compressed air systems is capable of working with compressor systems that are between 74 cfm and 4 984 cfm. There are eight models in the OSC range that use the... 

Unfiltered air shortens air compressors’ life span 

By: Victor Moolman     1st December 2017 With many industrial air compressors being used in dusty conditions, the lack of proper filtration of incoming air can shorten the life span of the compressors by 75% to 80%, says specialised engineering company RTS Africa Engineering MD Ian Fraser. “Air compressors used in industries are, for... 

Medupi power station project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     1st December 2017 Eskom has linked unit four of its Medupi coal power station to the grid. 

Kariba dam rehabilitation project, Zambia

By: Sheila Barradas     1st December 2017 The project is progressing steadily. 

R45 maintenance project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     1st December 2017 The Western Cape Department of Transport and Public Works is resealing and repairing the R45, which was last refurbished in 1981. 

La Castellana Wind Farm, Argentina

By: Sheila Barradas     1st December 2017 Central Puerto is building a 99 MW wind farm to the south of Buenos Aires. 

Tel Aviv Tramway Red Line signalling project, Israel

By: Sheila Barradas     1st December 2017 NTA Metropolitan Mass Transit System has signed a contract with Alstom for the signalling project. 

FLSmidth launches new, modular Reflux Classifier plant 

     30th November 2017 Minerals and cement industry equipment and services supplier FLSmidth has officially launched its modular Reflux Classifier plant, which is suitable for fines gravity separation applications. Mia Breytenbach has the details. 

Berkeley closes Oman financing transaction

By: Samantha Herbst     30th November 2017 Following shareholder approval announced on Thursday, uranium project developer Berkeley Energia has completed a strategic investment of up to $120-million with the sovereign wealth fund of the Sultanate of Oman, which means that Berkeley can now bring the Spain-based Salamanca uranium mine into... 

Precast concrete industry drives sustainable employment and skills development in construction

     29th November 2017 Leading participants in the precast concrete industry are creating sustainable employment opportunities, while contributing towards skills development in the South African construction sector. This stands out as a major industry milestone for Willie de Jager, managing director of Corestruc, a... 

Construction activities at Spanish tungsten project gather pace

By: Mariaan Webb     28th November 2017 Construction activities at the Barruecopardo tungsten mine in Salamanca, Spain, are gathering momentum, with about 100 people now working on the project. Ormondo Minerals, which has a 30% shareholding in the mine, reported on Tuesday that the major earthmoving phase relating to construction of... 

De Aar wind projects connected to the grid

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     28th November 2017 The 96.48 MW De Aar and the 138.96 MW De Aar 2 North wind projects have successfully reached early operations and have been connected to the Hydra transmission substation. The projects, located near De Aar, in the Northern Cape, were selected as preferred bidders under Round 3 of the Renewable... 

Bald Hill project 'coming to life'

By: Mariaan Webb     28th November 2017 The Bald Hill lithium project, near Kambalda, in Western Australia, is proceeding apace with structural steel work now well advanced and the placement of mechanical equipment and electrical cable having started. Mark Calderwood, MD of Tawana Resources, which owns the project in a joint venture... 

BHP, Goldman hunt for energy fix amid remote banana plantations

By: Bloomberg     27th November 2017 The world’s biggest miner and Wall Street’s top-ranked merger firm are among the high-profile backers of a remote solar project nestled among banana crops in Australia’s far tropical northeast. For BHP Billiton, it’s a chance to unlock renewable technology for the global mining sector. As... 

Red Rock widens FY losses, but confident of stable financial position

By: Natasha Odendaal     24th November 2017 Despite having widened its losses for the year ended June 30, Aim-listed Red Rock Resources chairperson and CEO Andrew Bell on Friday assured shareholders that the company was in an improved financial position. Red Rock reported a post-tax loss of £1.1-million in 2017, increasing from the losses... 

Steel Awards 2017 confirms LSFB growth

     24th November 2017 This year’s annual Steel Awards, hosted by the Southern African Institute of Steel Construction, showed excellent growth for the South African light steel frame building (LSFB) industry, with more than 25 000 m2 represented in category entries. The awards, which took place on September 13, saw 19... 

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