Raubex is one of South Africa's leading infrastructure development and construction materials supply groups, celebrating over 40 years in the construction industry since it was established in 1974. Raubex listed on the JSE in March 2007 and operates across South Africa as well as throughout southern Africa and Cameroon. Raubex recently also entered the Western Australian market through the acquisition of Westforce Construction.
The group consists of three divisions, namely the Construction Division, Materials Division and Infrastructure Division.
Raubex operates in South Africa, Botswana, Namibia, Mozambique, Cameroon, Zambia and Western Australia.
The construction division includes two main reporting segments, namely:
Road surfacing and rehabilitation; and
Road construction and earthworks.
This division specialises in all aspects of road construction, rehabilitation and related infrastructure development including bulk earthworks, services, concrete structures and asphalt surfacing.
The infrastructure division specialises in disciplines outside the road construction sector, including energy (with a specific focus on renewable energy), rail, telecommunications, housing infrastructure projects and commercial building refurbishment and construction.
Specialises in the supply of aggregates from commercial quarries, is a leading provider of material handling and screening services to the mining industry and provides mobile crushing solutions for remote project sites.
To be the African leader in road and civil engineering contracting, as well as in the provision of construction materials and mining services, whilst meeting all stakeholder expectations
This vision will be achieved by:
Creating an environment that will attract, retain and develop the best employees
Timeous delivery of quality products and services to clients
Being highly mobile and well equipped
Managing relationships with clients and other stakeholders with professionalism and integrity
Meeting social, health, safety and environmental responsibilities
Applying corporate governance best practice