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McDonald’s SA seeks to build scalable, adaptable restaurants in future
McDonald’s South Africa CEO Greg Solomon says the company wants to use a “go-to-market” concept with regard to the construction of its future restaurants, producing scalable, adaptable buildings, “like a Meccano set”, adding modules as needed. “This is a huge trend for us,” he noted when hosting an ‘open door’ on Thursday to showcase the fast food outlet’s first light steel fra... MORE
Steel-frame House Turns Heads Above Hout Bay Harbour
Nestled between indigenous vegetation, with a spectacular view of Chapman’s Peak and Hout Bay harbour, a new development, constructed by Silverline Group, altered the Houtbay skyline forever. This 340m² triple-storey house took only four months to complete and has drawn attention from tourists and locals alike. The owner has substituted conventional brick and mortar for his eco-friendly lig... MORE
Now it’s Burger King that opts for Light Steel Frame Building
Many well-known fast food franchisors have seen the light in terms of building with the light steel frame building (LSFB) method. The latest is the Burger King chain, which has used the method for its restaurant in Norwood in the northern suburbs of Johannesburg. The restaurant was designed in-house by Burger King with the construction and civils given to the Silverline Group. “This was a turnke... MORE
Lightweight Steel Gets Serious
The new SA Army Foundation conference centre in Centurion has been described as one of the most complex lightweight steel frame constructions ever undertaken in this country. LAD joined lead designer and project manager of the conference centre project Werner van der Poll from BASE Architects & Associates on site to witness the final days of construction. What was your brief on this project? T... MORE
Delta Motors supports Light Steel Frame Building
Delta Motors has added its name to the growing list of companies which support the light steel frame building (LSFB) method. A General Motors dealership in Cradock, C.A.T. Motors, has built a state-of-the-art 1 800 m2 facility in less than six months – about three months faster than conventional building methods – a saving on construction time by more than 30%. The project began in January and... MORE
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