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Concor Buildings, formerly Murray & Roberts Buildings

Conditions remain challenging within the built environment, and the sector needs a company like Concor Buildings that can offer agility and flexibility underpinned by the ability to deliver quality projects safely and within the expected timeframe.

Concor Buildings, formerly Murray & Roberts Buildings, can point back to iconic buildings such as the Carlton Centre and ABSA Towers in the Johannesburg CBD, the Reserve Bank in Pretoria, various phases of Melrose Arch, the Gautrain Project, The Pavilion Shopping Centre in KwaZulu-Natal, the Dubai International Terminals 1 and 2 and the Burj al Arab, as well as numerous buildings in and around Sandton.

Another iconic construction project recently completed by Concor Buildings is the Menlyn Shopping Centre, recently acclaimed as the largest mall in Africa.

 

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French Foreign Affairs Minister visits local construction academy

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MTN targets fintech, digital as it seeks to increase revenue

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Stellenbosch University Biomedical Research Institute, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     22nd March 2019 Stellenbosch University is building a new state-of-the-art research facility, which is expected to be one of the most innovative and advanced biomedical research centres in Africa. 

Academy for Rwanda’s ‘born to code’ youngsters

By: Martin Zhuwakinyu     22nd March 2019 Education accounts for the lion’s share of the Budgets of many countries. This huge investment, it is reasoned, is a prerequisite for future prosperity. But, as survey after survey has demonstrated, it must not be education for education’s sake – it must equip young people for the world of work.... 

African Energy Chamber calls for oil and gas industry collaboration

By: African News Agency      21st March 2019 The chief executive and chairman of the African Energy Chamber (EnergyChamber.org), NJ Ayuk, has called for more industry collaboration on key issues pertaining to Nigeria’s oil and gas industry. Ayuk made the call for strengthened cooperation as he led an industry delegation to Nigeria this... 

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