Featured Project: Illovo 96 – Building

Description: Construction of the new 5 100m² office development to be located on 15 Chaplin Road, Illovo, Sandton, Gauteng. Scope of works includes the construction of a 6 level office building with 2 floors of basement parking. 

Status: Tender

Industry: Office & Commercial

Region: Sandton

Sector: Private

Value: Unknown At This Stage 

Timing: 2018 Onwards

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About Michelle Hosford

I work full time, study part time and now am the proud owner of the cutest puppy. Sleep...? What is that?

Featured Project: Parliamentary Village Infrastructure, Phase 2

Description: Construction of internal bulk infrastructure and services, internal roads and intersections for the proposed Provincial Parliamentary Village, phase 2 in Nelspruit, Mpumalanga CIDB 8CE

Status: Tender

Industry: Residential

Region: Nelspruit

Sector: Public

Value: R61 Million – R100 Million 

Timing: 2018 onwards.

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About Debbie Wessels

Juggling a energetic, full of surprises life, working full time with two teenagers and hoping to still be sane and normal by the time I retire.

Featured Project: Transnet Pipelines – Kroonstad Depot

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Description: Construction of the fire protection system upgrade, inclusive of demolition, civil, structural, building, mechanical, electrical, instrumentation and control system supply, installation and commissioning at the Kroonstad Depot in Free State. CIDB8ME

Status: Tender

Industry: Industrial

Region: Kroonstad

Sector: Public

Value: R61 Million – R100 Million 

Timing: 2018 onwards

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About Bianca Warwick

I had the privilege of joining the Leads 2 Business content team in January 2012. I work in the exciting Projects department, following the progress of construction developments in KwaZulu-Natal and the Free State.

Featured Project: Nongoma Water Supply

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Description: Construction of pipelines for the water supply to Nongoma Wards 5, 10, 11, located in KwaZulu-Natal. Estimated project value: R170 million (Incl. VAT). 

Status: Tender

Industry: Water

Region: Nongoma

Sector: Public

Value: R 100 million+ 

Timing: 2017 / 2018

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About Bianca Warwick

I had the privilege of joining the Leads 2 Business content team in January 2012. I work in the exciting Projects department, following the progress of construction developments in KwaZulu-Natal and the Free State.

Featured Project: Phiri SS

Description: Construction of Phiri Secondary School located in North West Province. CIDB 8 GB

Status: Tender

Industry: Institutional

Region: North West

Sector: Public

Value: R61 Million – R100 Million 

Timing: 2018 onwards

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About Carmen Barends

Social Media adventurer exploring new frontiers and learning how to survive. Tongue in cheek and mischief are the order of any good day topped with a sprinkling of laughter.

Featured Project: Giyani Regional Mall

Description: Construction of a 36 000m² extension to the existing 12 000m² Masingita Mall, located on Malamulele Road in Giyani, Limpopo, resulting in a total GLA of 48 000m². This will then be the biggest shopping centre in the Mopani District. The mall opens up to the riverine that runs from the north eastern side through to the south western side of the site. This is where the hub of the centre is and where the entertainment and food court is situated. In addition to the anchors, there will be a number of fashion outlets, including but not limited to the Foschini Group, the Pepkor Group, the Edcon Group, Truworths and the first Woolworths to enter the rural market. 

Status: Tender

Industry: Retail

Region: Giyani

Sector: Private

Value: R 100 million+ 

Timing: Centre opening is planned for April 2018

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About Debbie Wessels

Juggling a energetic, full of surprises life, working full time with two teenagers and hoping to still be sane and normal by the time I retire.

Featured Project: Imaloto Coal Project, Madagascar

Description: Acquired by Lemur in April 2011 through its acquisition of Coal of Madagascar Limited, the Imaloto Coal Project is located in the Imaloto Coal Basin, which is the northern-most coal field in the greater Sakoa Basin of South West Madagascar, located approximately 30 km north-west of the Sakoa Basin, where coal mining has previously been carried out. The Imaloto Coal Project area lies approximately 20km north-west of the town of Benenitra, between the north-south flowing Imaloto River and the west-east flowing Onilahy River. The Imaloto Coal Project area consists of 3 permits covering a total of 11 concession blocks, giving a license area of approximately 69km²: Permit 3196 consists of 3 concession blocks and is an exploration license. Permit 4578 consists of 4 blocks and is a full mining license. Permit 12653 consists of 4 blocks and is an exploration license. Imaloto is favourably located near the existing port of Tulear and adjacent to the proposed Soalara Port, where infrastructure planning is underway to provide a mineral bulk handling export facility. Lemur has identified the importance of an independent power-producing project that is destined to be implemented alongside its Imaloto coal project. 

Status: Awarded

Industry: Mining

Region: Madagascar

Sector: Private

Value: R 100 million+ 

Timing: 2015 onwards

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About Marlaine Andersen

I have been working for Leads 2 Business, in the Private Projects Department, for 10 years this July. I am Deputy HoD for Private Projects. Researching mining projects and projects through-out the African continent are my areas of research and I find them most interesting.

Featured Project: Lagos Mega City Initiative – Residential Ikoyi

Description: Construction of a luxury residential development in Ikoyi as part of the Lagos Mega City Initiative in Nigeria. LASG has conceived an initiative to provide the City of Lagos with world class residential, business, recreational and other facilities to position Lagos in line with the other mega cities of the World. LASG is looking for suitable entities to partner with it on a PPP basis to undertake the delivery of these facilities.

Status: Conceptual

Industry: Residential

Region: Nigeria

Sector: Public Private Partnership

Value: R 100 million+ 

Timing: 2017 onwards

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For additional components relating to this Project, please also see PPA 19114, PPA 19115, PPA 19116, PPA 19117, PPA 19118, PPA 19119, PPA 19120, PPA 19121, PPA 19122, PPA 19123, PPA 19124, PPA 19125, PPA 19126

About Marlaine Andersen

I have been working for Leads 2 Business, in the Private Projects Department, for 10 years this July. I am Deputy HoD for Private Projects. Researching mining projects and projects through-out the African continent are my areas of research and I find them most interesting.

Featured Project: Lagos Mega City Initiative, Central Business District, Marina Quays

Description: Construction of a central business district in Marina Quays as part of the Lagos Mega City Initiative in Nigeria. LASG has conceived an initiative to provide the City of Lagos with world class residential, business, recreational and other facilities to position Lagos in line with the other mega cities of the World. LASG is looking for suitable entities to partner with it on a PPP basis to undertake the delivery of these facilities.

Status: Conceptual

Industry: Office & Commercial

Region: Nigeria

Sector: Public Private Partnership

Value: R 100 million+

Timing: 2017 onwards

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For additional components relating to this Project, please also see PPA 19113

 

About Marlaine Andersen

I have been working for Leads 2 Business, in the Private Projects Department, for 10 years this July. I am Deputy HoD for Private Projects. Researching mining projects and projects through-out the African continent are my areas of research and I find them most interesting.

Featured Project: Pinnacle Towers, Nairobi – Hilton Hotel

Description: Construction of a commercial building tower on Land Title No. Nairobi/ Block 31/219 at the junction of Upper Hill Road and Haile Selassie Avenue in Nairobi, Kenya. The project plot area measures about 1.002 ha. The project entails construction up a multiple use premise (45-storey building) that will comprise of two towers; one tower of approximately 212.40 meters (696.9 feet) high and another one of about 137.40 metres (450.8 feet) high and associated facilities like parking bays occupying the middle ground. The plot preferred for the development has an area of about 2.5 acres. The design for the commercial building tower provides for the construction of four components; a commercial component of about 30 000m² of total floor area, a residential component of about 10 000m² of total floor area, a hotel of about 15 000m² of total floor area and a retail component of maximum 15 000m². The hotel will be The Hilton Nairobi Upper Hill and the larger mixed-use development, which will include a residential, retail and entertainment complex, as well as an adjacent office tower, will be Africa’s tallest building, standing at 330m. Hilton Nairobi Upper Hill will comprise of an executive lounge and five food and beverage outlets, including a relaxing poolside bar, speciality smokehouse and grill restaurant, lobby dining area with landscaped deck and a boutique rooftop bar with unbeatable vista views of the Nairobi skyline on the 43rd level. The 255 guest-room hotel will be located in the shorter of the twin towers while the taller arm will be an office block. Estimated project value: US$ 194m. 

Status: Underway

Industry: Hospitality & Leisure

Region: Kenya

Sector: Private

Value: R 100 million+

Timing: Completion due by December 2019.

Notes: The 70-floor mixed-use twin tower development, called the Pinnacle Towers in Nairobi’s Upperhill area and will cost a whopping US$ 194m. It will encompass a 45-floor Hilton hoteland at 900 feet; the building will have the highest viewing deck in Africa. There will also be 200 residential houses ran by Hilton Hotel that will include one bedroom, two bedrooms, and three bedroom fully furnished luxury apartments. To this point, the developers have spent US$ 14m in the construction of the foundation and preparation stage. The development is projected to be complete by December 2019, although the 255-room hotel may be completed earlier.

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For additional components relating to this Project, please also see PPA 19037

About Marlaine Andersen

I have been working for Leads 2 Business, in the Private Projects Department, for 10 years this July. I am Deputy HoD for Private Projects. Researching mining projects and projects through-out the African continent are my areas of research and I find them most interesting.

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