The Concrete Society of Southern Africa's quarterly Concrete Beton November issue features the impressive 15 Alice Lane Towers project, which won the 2011 Fulton Awards for ‘Innovative Technologies' and a commendation in the ‘Unique Design Aspects' category.
The role the three leading concrete organisations play in this sector - the Concrete Society of Southern Africa, Cement & Concrete Institute and Concrete Manufacturers Association.
Concrete Chatter includes the Inland Branch's ‘Chairman's Award' and ‘Concrete Achiever of the Year 2011'.
15 Alice Lane Towers
The iconic property has created an exceptional addition to the ever-changing Sandton skyline precinct. Winner of the Fulton Awards ‘Innovative Technologies' category and commended in the ‘Unique Design Aspect' the 24 000m² building stands 90m high and is comprised of six levels of basement parking. The 17-storey office space, with two sculpted towers is linked by a vertical atrium.
Accredited Technical Paper
The ‘Influence of pumping on the fresh properties of self-compacting concrete' this paper describes the evolution of the fresh property of Self Compacting Cement due to pumping operations.
Incrementally launched bridge
The ‘Flying Saucer' interchange project, an initiative of the South African National Roads Agency Limited and Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project, was commended in the 2011 Fulton Awards ‘Innovative Technologies' category.
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