The bridge is a cantilever spar cable-stayed bridge and is designed to fit snugly just north of the M40 Grayston Drive interchange with M1 motorway. The straight central section of the bridge is 176m long and consists of three spans.
The 11-storey, 47m tall office complex has 67 000 square metres of rentable area, almost 100 000 square metres of basement parking for over 3 000 cars, and more than 3 000 square metres of landscaping. It cost approximately R2bn to construct.
Formwork and scaffolding manufacturer PERI South Africa was able to supply a unique design solution for the challenging 92 Rivonia Road mixed-use development. This allowed main contractor WBHO to come to grips with the striking ‘feature brows’ at the project, lead engineer
Following the gazette of the ACSC in December 2017, the CSCC has recently (during the month of September and October 2018) engaged with various Built Environmental Professional (BEP) Multinational Corporations owing to the provisions of 2.10.4 of Statement CSC 000 of the Amended Construction Sector Code (ACSC) that enjoins the CSCC and the DTI to consult with various multi-national enterprises to investigate the acceptability and effectiveness of these in the construction industry.
These engagements sought to consult with a number of Multinational Firms to understand ;
Following various meetings of the CSCC Technical Review Committee (TRC), the updated list of Professional Registration Councils (PRC), that now amply clarifies the difference between the Registration Councils published for purposes of the measurement of Skills Development and Management Control, on the one hand, and BEP Ownership Management Control on the other hand – is hereby published for the attention of all Verification Agencies and BBBEE Consultants.
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On the 13 – 14 July 2018, the Minister of Public Works Hon Thulas Nxesi opened the CSCC annual strategy and planning session that was held at the Protea Hotel in Midrand. The purpose of the session was to develop a coherent strategic planning process to ensure that the CSCC’s mandate of overseeing and monitoring the Amended Construction Sector Code (ACSC) is strengthened. Also attended by the State Owned Enterprises Procurement Forum (SOEPF), and the CSCC Voluntary Affiliates like SAFCEC, MBSA, NAFCON and SABTACO, the session conducted an overarching and high-level assessment of the transformation patterns and trends in the procurement of infrastructure services in South Africa.
As part of ensuring compliance with the broad based principles of the ACSC, the NUM has invited the CSCC to participate in the Construction Transformation Workshop held on the 23 – 24 August 2018 at Elijah Barayi Memorial Training Centre in Johannesburg. The workshop will address, amongst other things, the importance of employee participation in the Broad Based Employee Share Schemes.
Guidelines for the uptake of verification agencies recommended by the CSCC in accordance with paragraph 11.2 of the amended construction sector codes
Created as a result of the gazetting of the Construction Sector Codes (CSC) on the 05th of June 2009 and its Amended version by the Minister of Trade and Industry on the 01 December 2017 in terms of Section 9 (1) of the Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment Act 53 0f 2003 (The BBBEE Act), the CSCC will, effective from 01 September 2018, be moving to new offices on the following address : The Oval Office Park, Cnr Meadowbrook Lane & Sloane Street, Buffalo Building, PTN Ground Floor, Epsom Downs, Bryanston, 2152. The main telephone and fax number remain unchanged.
In giving effect to the measurement principles contained in paragraph 3.1.3 of the BEP Ownership Measurement, where Measured Entities are faced with uncertainty regarding certain aspects of the BEP ownership measurement, the following Step-by-step guide has to be taken into account;
In terms of paragraph 11.2 of Statement CSC 100, the CSCC in consultation with the DTI, will post nominal fees that should be adopted by the Verification Agencies that have completed the Undertakings Forms for charging certain categories of EMEs and QSEs. The attached is the nominal fees.
Following the gazette of the Construction sector Code on the 01st December 2017, the CSCC now publishes the attached list of professional registration councils that is to be used for purposes of interpreting the measurement of relevant sections of the Skills Development Learning Programme Matrix and Management control.
In terms of the provisions of paragraph 184.108.40.206.1, ONLY certain categories of the all EMEs with a total revenue of less than R1.8 million (BEPs) and less than R 3 million (For Contractors & Manufacturers), must make use of the attached customized AFFIDAVIT (read more)