BUILDING: Mobius Makes Mark In Cold Storage
Recent Western Cape Business News
STARTING in September 2007, Mobius Building Projects launched itself into the construction market as a small company looking to make a big impact. Its focus was in the commercial and industrial sectors and its aim was to provide a professional service to the client.
Having now completed a number of jobs ranging from waste water pump stations in Maccassar, office and factory combinations in Paarden Eiland through to warehousing and laboratory just outside Stellenbosch, the company has grown in leaps and bounds. They now have 16 staff members and are still looking to expand.
Just a few short months after starting up, Mobius broke into the cold storage market of construction with the earthworks and concrete sections, of three cold storage facilities in the Ceres/Kouebokkeveld area, being awarded to them. With Directors, Kevin Lacey and Tyrone Klienjan, taking a keen interest in learning as much as they could about working with and understanding the remaining trades in the projects, it was now able to offer a more rounded package for the client. With a good professional team of architects, engineers and refrigeration experts, it was able to offer a full turnkey project to the client.
“When the opportunity came up for us to get involved with the Orion Project, we jumped at it. The chance to work on a state of the art facility that would change the way cold storage will be operated was something that excited us. As a small company we wanted to show that we could provide the kind of services that were required for such a facility and deliver a professional building that both the client and ourselves could be proud of. With a solid project management team at GEA and our on site team headed by Eugene Davids, we have managed to achieve what we set out to do,” says Mobius’ Kevin Lacey.
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