CONSTRUCTION: Brink & Heath Hits Its Stride
Recent Western Cape Business News
Two major tender awards indicate that engineering the makeover of Cape Town-based Brink & Heath has resulted in substantial success for the company and its parent, NMC (Pty) Ltd.
Brink & Heath recently secured two major tenders worth more than R110-million, proving that the take over strategy employed by parent company, NMC has paid dividends.
“Over the past 18 months, we have tuned ourselves in to a multi-disciplinary civil engineering and construction company,” says Brink & Heath Managing Director Peter Heath. The two local projects involve re-sealing sections of the main roads in Paarl and the road between Clanwilliam and Lambert's Bay. Recently completed projects include the national road upgrade for the South African National Road Agency Limited (SANRAL) of the N2 between Botrivier and Caledon and the ongoing contract worth more than R46-million for the Alexkor Mine Township and Services upgrade.
“In addition,” says Heath, “Brink & Heath Malawi are currently contracted to work on Malawi Mall entailing R12-million in bulk earthworks and R22-million on civils.” The 18 000 square metre shopping mall situated in Malawi's capital Lilongwe will carry a number of South African flagship companies, including Pick n Pay.
Brink & Heath Procurement Manager Greg Coelen points out that Brink & Heath are structured to undertake large- and small-scale projects. “Currently, we are doing a significant development with Shoprite at the Parklands shopping centre,” he says. “The project is worth R6-million and forms part of our new projects that focus on township development and construction.”
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