Rising High in The City of Gold
Modern Living in the Middle of Africa’s Most Exciting City…
“Our most ambitious project to date is the Central Square Sandton mixed use development…”
Our very first and biggest mixed use development, executed with impeccable quality and high standards that satisfied the client. The project boast 186 luxurious apartments bespoke to modern lifestyle living where luxury, privacy, security and convenience come together beautifully. Uniqueness of this project is the living, dining, shopping and lifestyle, all found in the middle of Africa’s most exciting city-Sandton. It is considered an urban lifestyle like never before.
PRASA REVOLUTIONISE PASSENGER RAIL TRAVEL
MECSA Pioneers infrastructure reform In emerging market
The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) appointed MECSA to execute the upgrading and modernisation of its existing concomitant infrastructure in a bid to align the country with international rail standards. The four and a half month project which commenced in November 2015, saw two teams working around the clock so to ensure the first phase of the project.
“executed the upgrading and modernisation of PRASA’s existing concomitant infrastructure…”
A 1.6km test track, a 600m offloading area, warehouse, running and lifting area and roadworks completed the balance. The highly anticipated inauguration of the first test train, scheduled to be at the end of January 2016 MECSA demonstrated its considerable ability in multi-faceted mediums of construction.
KIMBERLY MENTAL HEALTH FACILITY
Completion of new mental health facility for the Department of Health Northern Cape that includes 300 bed mental hospital which was left incomplete in 2009. Part of the process is a redesign as a result of the Department of Health having updated their methodologies on mental health care.
EXTENSION OF FOURWAYS MALL - GAUTENG
MECSA Builds Innovation set to Challenge
The contract, developed in collaboration with Accelerate Property Fund and Fourways Boulevard, positions the retail centre as one of the largest in the Southern Hemisphere. The expansion has seen an addition of 400 000 m² to the existing 62000 m² and boast an additional 280 000 m² of parking and 120 000 m² of retail space.
“addition of 400 000 m² to the existing 62000 m² and largest work in Pre-cast concrete…”
The project also pioneered the construction of the largest work in Pre-cast concrete, a relatively new technique in South Africa for a project of such enormity. The R2 billion extension will see a total of 68 500 m³ of in-situ concrete poured over a 28-month period. The multibillion-rand project will provide MECSA with an opportunity to showcase its innovative building prowess and poise the group favourably within an ever-innovative and competitive market, to secure work through alternative and conventional forms of construction.