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Invitation to submit offers for the acquisition of the business or assets of SA Ladder

6th June 2019 SAL was founded in 1992 and has grown into a company with a national footprint in ladders, castors, access and materials handling equipment. SAL is situated and operates in Alberton, Gauteng. 

Companies collaborate for maintenance work at petrochem provider

By: Mamaili Mamaila     31st May 2019 Industrial rope-access company Skyriders Access Specialists collaborated with engineering consultants SSA Acoustic and Specialised Inspections to conduct maintenance work at one of South Africa’s leading petrochemical manufacturers.  

The Leonardo, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     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. 

Skyriders Elios SkyEye drone powers up emergency tube-leak inspection

24th May 2019 When a major coal-fired power station in Limpopo experienced a tube leak in a boiler that subsequently resulted in a burst pipe, Skyriders Access Specialists (Pty) Ltd. was called upon to deploy its Elios SkyEye drone technology for an emergency inspection. This is the first time that the... 

Long period of backsliding masks genuine promise South Africa still holds

By: Terence Creamer     26th April 2019 It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of political inclusion, it was the age of income inequality, it was the epoch of human dignity, it was the epoch of neglect and corruption, it was the season of electricity access, it was the season of load-shedding, it was the... 

Sandton’s Leonardo an example of South Africa’s architectural future, says Co-Arc 

By: Simone Liedtke     23rd April 2019 The nascent Fourth Industrial Revolution and the resultant information revolution will affect South African architecture “quite markedly” moving forward, South African architecture firm Co-Arc International Architects director Patrick McInerney tells Engineering News Online, adding that... 

Applications For Mentis Expanded Metal Growing

8th April 2019 With almost 70 years of experience in the manufacture of expanded metal products, Andrew Mentis has been supplying a growing range of applications using this high quality and versatile material. From screens, grates, scaffolding and truck bodies to walkways, tunnel linings and garden furniture,... 

While the SA construction industry remains volatile, safety at heights is always a trend at A-OSH EXPO

3rd April 2019 Trends Article A-OSH EXPO 2019 once again showcases best of working at heights sector 

Builders Warehouse project is a refreshing change for Skyriders

26th March 2019 Well-known for its landmark work at inspecting towering smokestacks and pressure pipes in boilers, Skyriders Access Specialists (Pty) Ltd. recently showcased its flexibility with a pilot project at DIY and building materials specialist Builders Warehouse’ new client Oasis Water. While the bulk of... 

Oxford Parks Success Earns Concor Buildings Next Phase

25th March 2019 Concor Buildings has kicked off construction on the second phase of the prestigious Oxford Parks project in Rosebank, Johannesburg, after their successful completion of the first phase last year. The Phase 2 project comprises two office buildings, and construction began in February 2019. Each... 

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