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Corestruc becomes a gold member of CSSA

19th March 2020 Corestruc, a leading South African precast-concrete specialist, has become a gold member of the Concrete Society of Southern Africa (CSSA). The CSSA, a registered non-profit organisation, promotes excellence and innovation in the use of concrete and related products and services. 

Engineers visit the heart of two reservoir construction sites

17th March 2020 Representatives from Tango’s Consultants recently visited one of Corestruc’s factories to see the high quality standards that the precast-concrete specialist deploys in its production lines. The factory is essentially the “heart” of two new reservoir construction projects that the consulting... 

Corestruc scoops award for excellence in precast concrete

7th November 2019 Corestruc was one of the joint winners in the Specialist Contractor and Suppliers category of Construction World’s Best Projects of the Year Awards 2019. The company received the award for its participation in the construction of a new 10Ml reservoir in Bundu on behalf of the Thembisile Hani... 

Connecting outlying Sekhukhune District to major urban nodes

14th May 2019 The Roads Agency Limpopo (RAL) is forging ahead with the construction of a new road that will connect three villages in the mainly rural Sekhukhune District Municipality to two provincial roads, including the D1547 that is administered by the South African National Roads Agency Limited. When... 

CoreCivils helps Estate Construction bridge the divide

29th April 2019 A new bridge over the Limpopo River at Platjan border post will enable the faster movement of people and goods between South Africa and Botswana. It supports the establishment of another commercial border at Platjan border post to alleviate vehicle congestion, comprising mainly trucks, at the... 

Visionary municipality and engineering team drive innovation in water delivery

4th December 2018 Two new 10 Ml reservoirs will significantly strengthen water supply to rapidly-expanding areas of Mpumalanga. These are the first two reservoirs in the country to be built using a new South African precast-concrete water-retaining wall system in combination with a tried-and-tested modular roof... 
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