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Kutlwanong Centre for Maths and Science awards Learners

Tuesday 16th February, 2016

Kutlwanong Centre for Maths and Science awarded top maths and science matric learners of 2015. The event was held at Jane Furse Comprehensive School on Friday 29 January where amongst the dignitaries attended were; Limpopo Education MEC Ishmael Kgetjepe, Kutlwanong Managing Director Tumelo Mabitsela, Kutlwanong, Community Social Investment Manager Solly Letswalo, circuit managers, educators, pupils and other community members.

Contract for UCT housing

Tuesday 16th February, 2016

Aveng Grinaker-LTA has recently been awarded a contract worth R165-million for the construction of a 602 unit, seven storey student boarding house and three levels of basement parking. The site is within walking distance of the University of Cape Town and the new accommodation is specifically targeted at students enrolled at the University.

Kusile's balance of plant progress

Tuesday 16th February, 2016

Aveng Grinaker-LTA is making good progress on the construction of the Balance of Plant (BOP) mechanical works at the Kusile Power Station project.

Aveng Grinaker-LTA is awarded the Leonardo Building contract in Sandton CBD

Thursday 11th February, 2016

 

The Legacy Group has awarded Aveng Grinaker-LTA with the Leonardo Building contract which comprises the construction of a four-level basement and a 150m high-rise building at 75 Maude Street, Sandton. The new building will include retail, office, a 4000m² garden terrace with a gym, spa, crèche and restaurant above, with luxury apartments and penthouses and is within walking distance of the JSE, the Sandton Convention Centre, Nelson Mandela Square and the Gautrain station to be developed on a phased basis. 

Aveng Grinaker-LTA addresses critical skills shortage at its Welding School

Thursday 11th February, 2016

The limited number of specialised and high quality welding training programmes in South Africa is a critical challenge facing the welding industry at present. As a result, industry cannot meet the demand for skilled welders who are needed to deliver on major projects across the country.

Since 2013, Aveng Grinaker-LTA, in partnership with Sasol, has invested approximately R9 million in the Aveng Grinaker-LTA Welding School in order to address the critical skills shortage in the welding discipline.

Frankly Speaking

Tuesday 9th February, 2016

Aveng pays tribute to excellence in education

Tuesday 2nd February, 2016

Aveng, in partnership with Kutlwanong and the Limpopo Department of Education, hosted a prize-giving ceremony at the Jane Furse Comprehensive School in Jane Furse, Limpopo on Friday, 29 January 2016. The event acknowledged the excellent achievements of learners from the Aveng Kutlwanong Rebone Centre.

Aveng Grinaker-LTA makes progress on the Balance of Plant project at Kusile Power Station

Thursday 3rd December, 2015

Aveng Grinaker-LTA is making good progress on the construction of the Balance of Plant (BOP) mechanical works at the Kusile Power Station project, as per the contract that was concluded with Eskom in February 2011. Kusile is set to be the fourth largest coal-fired power station in the world, and the multi-disciplinary BOP component of the project is being executed by Aveng Grinaker-LTA’s Mechanical and Electrical division.

Aveng Namibia is the preferred supplier for Maerua Mall contract

Thursday 3rd December, 2015

Aveng Namibia (Pty) Ltd have been awarded a contract by Oryx Properties, to construct a new Virgin Active Gym at the Maerua Mall in Windhoek, Namibia.

The scope of work includes the structural strengthening of an existing parkade and the construction of a new state of the art gym on the uppermost level of the shopping complex. This project is part of a phased expansion of the Maerua Mall by the client, Oryx Properties. Site hand over took place on 10 November 2015 and the project will take 11 months to complete.

Aveng contributes to conservation of critical water resources

Wednesday 2nd December, 2015

South Africa is in the grip of a severe drought and the Government has declared five of the country’s nine provinces to be drought disaster areas. This is largely as a result of one of the strongest El Nino events on record. But is the real crisis maybe not more about how we manage water in South Africa? Annual reports from our water authorities show that in some provinces as much as 50% of available drinking water is lost through leakages or waste each year.