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Trending Projects 2019

Featured Projects: Trending 2019

PPA 8435 – Lanseria International Airport – New Hotel
Description
Construction of the proposed R200 million face-lift expansion of the existing Lanseria International Airport, in Lanseria, Gauteng to include a new, large domestic low-cost airline terminal which will mean the current terminal will convert to the International Terminal. Infrastructure will also include a new, additional runway costing R50 million to increase capacity, a new multi-storey parkade, along with extensions to the existing parking area as well as possibly a new hotel located on the grounds. Hotel Component.

 

Status Region
Procedural Randburg
Category Value
Building R 100 million+
Industry Timing
Hospitality & Leisure 2022 / 2023 Onwards
Sector Class
Private Invited / Negotiated

 

 

PPA 8248 – Umshwathi Municipality Slums Clearance Project – Clinic
Description
Construction of a clinic for the Umshwathi Municipality Slums Clearance Project on The Farm Camel Hoek No. 1320, KwaZulu-Natal. The project will include a taxi rank, community hall, sports field, community gardens, primary school, high school, police station and residential area.

 

Status Region
Procedural Wartburg
Category Value
Building R 0 Million – R 30 Million
Industry Timing
Healthcare 2022 / 2023 Onwards
Sector Class
Public Open Tender

 

 

PPA 8171 – Mixed-Used Waterfront Development in the Port Elizabeth Harbour – Retail
Description
Construction of a retail component for the proposed mixed-use waterfront development. Situated at the Port Elizabeth harbour, Eastern Cape.

 

Status Region
Conceptual Port Elizabeth
Category Value
Building R 100 million+
Industry Timing
Retail 2019 onwards.
Sector Class
Public Private Partnership Open Tender

 

 

PPA 8116 – Athlone Power Station Site Development – Commercial / Business
Description
Construction of commercial and or business component for the redevelopment of the 36 hectare Athlone Power Station site, in Cape Town in the Western Cape. The mixed use development envisaged for Athlone Power Station site will consist of the following components: Residential – 22.2%; Commercial or business – 30%; Retail – 12.3%; Public institutions – 21.5%; Light industry – 7.4%; Athlone Refuse Transfer Station – 6.6%. The historical red brick buildings are to be retained where possible for predominantly public usage, such as a cultural centre. The existing electricity and waste water infrastructure will also be retained. Provision is to be made to link the site to future IRT routes and there is potential for a Rail Station on the site. GPS Coordinates: -33.9496273, 18.512898500000006.

 

Status Region
Procedural Cape Town
Category Value
Building Unknown At This Stage
Industry Timing
Office & Commercial 2024 onwards.
Sector Class
Commercialised State Pre-Qualification / Invited / Negotiated

 


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