The South African government has recently announced an investment of R940billion into the South African infrastructure contributing to the compound annual rate (CAGR) of 1.5% over the next four years.
CEO of Inyatsi Construction Group Holdings, Tommy Strydom, predicts that in 2018, the South African construction industry will continue embracing cost-saving measures in order to remain competitive, this however will also be met with an issue in the availability of skilled labour.
In order to achieve this Strydom has mentioned that the industry will need to adopt new technology, systems and solutions that enable construction by non-skilled labour, create better onsite efficiencies, increase accuracy and reduce costs of health and safety.
Reducing costs, gaining construction efficiencies and increasing productivity are easy to obtain with the FRAMECAD end-to-end design lead methodology for constructing with Cold Formed Steel (CFS).
Our team of experts will be at the Cape Construction Expo and will be able to answer your questions and help introduce you to the complete system and enable you to stand ahead of your competition.
Come and join FRAMECAD at Cape Construction Expo:
FRAMECAD STAND: 322
From 12th to 13th of September at Sun Exhibits in Cape Town, South Africa
Book a personal meeting with our FRAMECAD experts and get the FREE e-ticket.