Zimborders was awarded a Build, Operate and Transfer project by the Republic of Zimbabwe for the expansion, upgrading, improvement and modernization of the Zimbabwean border post at Beitbridge. Raubex was appointed by Zimborders as the EPC Contractor to execute the construction works.
The project’s main purpose is to divert the N1 traffic around the town of Musina.
|Client||DM Roads on behalf of Main Roads Western Australia (MRWA).|
The project involves the provision of passing lanes on the Coolgardie Esperance Highway to improve road safety by providing safe passing opportunities. Coolgardie Esperance Highway is part of the major transport route to the Australian Eastern States so has a high proportion of heavy vehicles mixed with passenger vehicles.
The project includes the design, procurement, construction, testing and commissioning of the upgrade to the Neerabup Groundwater Treatment Plant (GWTP). The upgrade will increase the capacity of the GWTP from 100 million litres per day to 150 million litres per day.
Construction of a 300,000m2 Vehicle distribution facility to store 12,500 vehicles, trucks and agricultural equipment, as well as a 5,500m2 commercial fitment centre to offer services such as pre-delivery inspections, Veridot and tracker systems etc.
|Client||Juwi Solar ZA Construction 4 (Pty) Ltd|
Raubex Infrastructure was awarded the EPC (Engineering, procurement and construction) contract for all the Bokomoso PV farm project’s civil works and was also selected as the main contractor for the electrical works.
Engineering and design EBoP (Electrical Balance of Plant) of a 102MW Wind farm, consisting of 34 Wind Turbine Generators (WTG’s).
|Client||Attacq Waterfall Investment Company|
Construction of a steel and OPVC bulk water pipeline at Waterfall Estate.
|Client||Pilansberg Platinum Mine|
SPH currently operates 2 crushing teams on site. Each team consists of a Cat 90 ton Excavator and 4 x B 45 dump trucks.
|Client||Western Cape Government Dept. of Transport and Public Works|
The existing basecourse was strengthened by importation of additional material to form a cemented (C4) subbase. A new basecourse was then constructed from imported G2 crushed stone material.
The project, a lump sum contract - consisted of the demolition of an existing electrical security fence plus the supply and installation of an upgraded fenceand anti-tunnelling slab which surrounded a working electrical substation.
The new fence was 3.5m high and 1,400m long.
The Cornelis River Dam project demonstrates Raubex Construction’s diverse capabilities and ability to deliver large scale civil infrastructure projects, on time and to the client’s satisfaction.
South Of N4 Route Between Balmoral/Highveld Steel Offramp
5km NNE of the town of Rustenburg
57km northwest of Burgersfort