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Speedy and convenient building solutions for remote and challenging terrains

Fast track installations of education and health care facilities using innovative building techniques (IBTs), will be the topic under discussion at a breakaway session on Infrastructure Manufacturing sponsored by Kwikspace Modular Buildings, at the Second Annual Vision2030 Summit in June.
Topco Media will be hosting the Vision2030 Summit on 8 and 9 June, at the Emperors Palace in Kempton Park, Johannesburg.

In June 2015 Topco Media hosted the successful inaugural Vision 2030 Summit, with the continued support of Minister in the Presidency, Jeff Radebe who has been involved in this initiative for two consecutive years and who will be opening the summit as the official keynote speaker.

“The aim of the Vision 2030 Summit is to provide a platform for members of the Presidency, key government dignitaries and private sector leaders, to share insights, engage and discuss the vision for the National Development Plan. It highlights key aspects around Vision 2030 and how key organisations and individuals can contribute to make it a reality,” said Ryland Fisher, Topco Media Editorial Director.

The moderator for this session is Llewellyn van Wyk, CSIR. The panellists are: Shaun McCormack, CEO, Kwikspace Modular Buildings; Kevin Abrahams, Gauteng Infrastructure Financing Agency and David van Zyl, Building Systems Executive Manager, Kwikspace Modular Buildings

“A core strength is our innate ability to provide a complete accommodation solution with amenities on signature projects where short deadlines and very rapid deployment are a standard requirement,” said Nick Alexander, Director of Business Development for Kwikspace Modular Buildings in Africa.

“Whether it’s the on-site assembly of prefabricated buildings or mobile solutions, we have the power to execute projects particularly in the most remote and challenging terrain. We specialise in providing essential services to rent or purchase for the oil and gas industry, power generation, construction, mining, government, education and engineering sectors,” he said.

“Our capacity is defined by needs. The more buildings required, the more teams will be deployed. Project successes are made possible with a large team of employees including highly capable engineers, draughtsman, technicians and supervisors and a wide range of skilled team members in the construction projects department,” said Alexander.

“We manufacture and use fully insulated polyurethane injected panels, which provide excellent temperature control and noise reduction, while also preventing the ingress of dust, water and insects,” he said.

“Whether it’s personnel camps, site offices, kitchens, laundry or clinics you require we will collaborate to assist,” Alexander added.

“We are South Africa’s leader in quick, convenient building solutions,” he said.

Anyone interested in innovative building techniques (IBTs) is encouraged to attend this breakaway session.

To book your attendance at the Vision2030 Summit, please contact or call 086 000 9590.

3 Jun 2016 12:43

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