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Agrément South Africa awards Rocla Certificate of Recognition for Lightweight Top Structure of Sanitation Units

22nd November 2019 South African technical assessment agency, Agrément SA, awarded Rocla a certificate of recognition for its lightweight concrete toilet top structure at a function held in Pretoria recently. Rocla’s precast concrete sanitation unit is a cost-effective solution to one of the most basic and... 

The humble kerb

7th October 2019 The widespread construction of kerbs only began in the 18th Century despite them having been around since the days of Pompeii. Originally utilised for the beautification of the city and to separate transportation from pedestrians, the humble kerb has evolved into an infrastructure necessity,... 

Armorflex Specified for Attenuation Pond

19th September 2019 Armorflex 165, Technicrete’s erosion control system that provides an alternative for a wide variety of erosion control and drainage projects, was specified for the recently completed Attenuation Pond for EnviroServ at their Rosslyn premises. Armorflex blocks offer an excellent lining for drainage... 

Rocla donates sanitation units to Mpumalanga Primary School

20th August 2019 “No school should be without proper functioning and clean sanitation units. It’s called human dignity” said Albert Weber, Chief Executive Officer of the Infrastructure Specialist Group (ISG) when he recently handed over 16 Rocla precast concrete sanitation units to the Sifunindlela Primary... 

Pre-cast Concrete Bus Shelters and DZZ Pavers for J B Marx Taxi Rank

2nd July 2019 The JB Marx Taxi Rank at Ikageng Extension 7, developed at a cost of just under R12 million, used pre-cast concrete bus shelters from Rocla and interlocking pavers from Technicrete in order to make the rank convenient and user-friendly for local commuters. The project, in the North West Province,... 

The cobbled paver effect

26th June 2019 Remember the old cobbled streets of London and York, and the ancient Souks of the Middle East with their tiny cobbled side streets? Whilst those streets and sidewalks evolved through years of usage by people and horse and cart carriages, Technicrete’s bevelled Cobble Bond paving can create a... 
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