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Concor Buildings

Conditions remain challenging within the built environment, and the sector needs a company like Concor Buildings that can offer agility and flexibility underpinned by the ability to deliver quality projects safely and within the expected timeframe.

Concor Buildings can point back to iconic buildings such as the Carlton Centre and ABSA Towers in the Johannesburg CBD, the Reserve Bank in Pretoria, various phases of Melrose Arch, the Gautrain Project, The Pavilion Shopping Centre in KwaZulu-Natal, the Dubai International Terminals 1 and 2 and the Burj al Arab, as well as numerous buildings in and around Sandton.

Another iconic construction project recently completed by Concor Buildings is the Menlyn Shopping Centre, recently acclaimed as the largest mall in Africa.

 

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