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The Leonardo, South Africa

31st May 2019 The Leonardo high-rise building will eclipse the 50-storey Carlton Centre, in downtown Johannesburg, as South Africa’s tallest skyscraper, with 55 storeys. 

International Arup expert speaks on Building Fire Safety at Johannesburg Conference

17th April 2019 Dr Susan Lamont, Associate Director at Arup, spoke on ‘Safeguarding the fire strategy for the life of a building’ at the IFE Fire Safety Professional Development Seminar 2019 on Thursday 4 April in Sandton. Dr Lamont has worked in the fire protection industry for 19 years in the UK, USA, Middle... 

Arup court project opened by president Ramaphosa

11th April 2019 President Cyril Ramaphosa with acting Gauteng premier and basic education MEC Panyaza Lesufi officially opened the Booysens Magistrates’ Court, for which Arup provided transport, civil and structural engineering services, in Oakdene, Johannesburg on 28 March 2019. Arup, as part of a design team... 

Arup breaks ground on new hotel and residential development in airport city in Accra

11th April 2019 Arup is providing full multidisciplinary services for a new 15-storey mixed-use development in Airport City in Accra, Ghana. It will include 214-room Pullman-branded hotel and 150-serviced residential apartments, as well as a conference centre and is a project of many firsts in Ghana. Arup has... 
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Salga appoints new president

The South African Local Government Association’s (Salga's) National Executive Committee has appointed Councillor Thembisile Nkadimeng as president of the association.  She succeeds former Salga president Parks Tau, who has been appointed Deputy Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs... 

Mergence’s investment in Namibian solar plant signals further localisation

Local asset manager Mergence Unlisted Investment Managers (Namibia) has bought a majority stake in the 6 MW Momentous Solar One plant, near Keetmanshoop, in Namibia. “The purchase of a majority stake in the Keetmanshoop project signals a positive trend to localisation of the industry – a solar... 
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