Project Involvement
CONSTRUCTION
MANAGEMENT

FEBRUARY 2015

 

CLIENT: SANRAL

Community Access Project Roads and Walkways 

Location: Zimbuku Villiage near Idutywa, E.Cape

 

ACS is proud to announce we have been awarded another contract with SANRAL for the construction of surfaced community access raods and walkways near Idutywa in the Eastern Cape.

The contract scope includes surfacing of 5.2km of road and construction of approx 2.8 km concrete sidewalks along this route.

 

ACS will facilitate the training and development of labour and supervisory staff and is also responsible for the project management and mentoring of various sub-contractors employed to complete the project.

 

Project commencement date: 17 February 2015. Project estimated completion date: 17 February 2016.

JULY 2013

 

CLIENT: SANRAL

Community Access Roads and Walkways Project

Location: Ncgobo, E.Cape

 

In July 2013 ACS was awarded another community development project in the Ncgobo district.

The project entails the design and project management for upgrading and construction of approximately 7km's of surfaced roads.

 

The project aims to create in the region of 200 job opportunities for people living in the community of which 40 will be at NQF level 2 and 20 at NQF 4 level, who will be working in supervisory capacity on site. The balance of opportinities would be at a general worker level.

 

ACS is acting as project managers as well as mentors and training provider, assisting with skills development for the duration which was completed in June/July 2015.

NOVEMBER 2012

 

CLIENT: SANRAL

Community Access Roads and Walkways Project

Location: Libode, Mthata and Maqwathini Villiage near Butterworth, E.Cape

 

During 2012 ACS was awarded two contracts in the Mthatha and Butterworth areas. Both projects are aimed at upgrading and surfacing of road in and around specified areas in villiges around these towns.

 

ACS not only facilitates in the training and development of labour and supervisory staff on these projects, but is also responsible for the project management and mentoring of various sub-contractors employed to complete these upgrade and surfacing projects.

 

Mthatha's phase 1&2 projects provided employment for almost 400 people in the surrounding communities and contributed greatly to the skill level of workers involved in these projects. Handover of phase 1 of the Mthata project took place on in April 2014. Phase 2 of this project was completed and handed over at end of February 2015. Maqwatini project was handed over en of March 2015.

 

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