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Construction World November 2017ON THE COVER: While every production needs a star, a reliable supporting cast is equally important, a fact that Babcock can attest to as their range of Volvo excavators and wheel loaders prove to be highly popular co-stars to Babcock’s leading Volvo ADTs.

These powerful machines have the capacity to work across a range of industries, from small agricultural operations to larger industrial, forestry, mining and construction applications.

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ConstructionWorld October 2017 issueON THE COVER: The passage of motorists and pedestrians over the bridges north of Hopetown is about to get safer. This is due to a SANRAL bridge widening project currently underway by contractors Botes & Kennedy Manyano with performance-based concrete mixes designed by AfriSam.

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ConstructionWorld September 2017N THE COVER: AMDEC Property Development’s The Yacht Club development is a picturesque, nautically inspired design, located on the Cape Town Foreshore in the Roggebaai Canal Tourism Precinct near to the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) and directly south of the new multi million Rand cruise liner terminal.

The Yacht Club, a multi-use development including commercial and residential space, is destined to become one of Cape Town’s most sought after destinations and is yet another prestigious AMDEC/Franki Africa partnership.

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Construction world august 2017ON THE COVER: Caterpillar will launch its 426F2 backhoe loader in August 2017 to complement the existing Cat F2 backhoe loader family.

Caterpillar has been producing backhoe loaders for more than 35 years, from the A Series to the current F2 Series which combines reliability, power and a quality operator environment. The Cat 426F2 backhoe loader continues this tradition with a comfortable cab, superior hydraulic system, and Product Link™ connectivity for remote reporting of machine information.

Barloworld Equipment, the Southern African dealer for Cat earthmoving equipment, is excited to be unveiling the 426F2 ‘in the iron’ to customers in South Africa in August.

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Construction World July 2017ON THE COVER: The town known as Tugela Ferry in the local municipality of Msinga, part of the Umzinyathi District Municipality in central KwaZulu-Natal is part of one of South Africa’s most impoverished areas.

People struggle to make a living in Tugela Ferry and the harsh conditions were, for many years, exacerbated by the town being split by the Tugela River and connected only by an inadequate single-lane bridge, the Tugela Ferry Bridge, which has significantly slowed the local economy by hampering vehicular movement and has been a threat to the lives of the multitude of pedestrians that have had to share the bridge with cars, tractors, bakkies, trucks and more.

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Construction World June 2017ON THE COVER: Much of our modern world is constructed using concrete; in fact, concrete is the second most consumed substance on earth after water.

Today, many contractors are faced with the decision as to whether to use in-situ concrete, precast concrete products or a combination of both. There are a number of deciding factors, chief amongst these are the project time frame, the quality, the safety and the cost.

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