Spring Grove Dam, – Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa

Water and Environment

EPC consortium partner in bulk water systems and a multi-disciplinary constructor of bulk water transport, treatment and storage systems. Design and manufacture of large bore spiral wound water pipes.

Drivers: Population growth in emerging markets, urbanisation, global warming, need for potable water and desalination and treatment of industrial and water.

What we do

Construction services

  • Heavy Civils
  • Pipeline Construction
  • Plant Construction
  • Power Solutions
  • Building Products

Heavy Civils

  • Bulk earthworks
  • Dams
  • Canals
  • Marine outfalls

Pipeline Construction

  • Long distance, large diameter pipelines

Plant Construction

  • Pump and valve stations
  • Sluice systems
  • Mechanical construction
  • Piping
  • Heavy electrical
  • Instrumentation and control systems

Power Solutions

  • Sub-stations
  • Standby and emergency power systems

Building Products

  • Manufactured building components
  • Construction steel
  • Steel and fibre cement piping

Businesses operating in this sector

Businesses operating in this sector

Some of our key contracts

2014 2013 2012 2011 2010
Construction of the Darvill Wastewater Treatment Works Upgrade Hazelmere Dam Raising Springrove Dam Olifantspoort Water Treatment Work Olifantspoort Water Treatment Works
South Africa South Africa South Africa South Africa South Africa
Construction and instilation of civil, structural, mechanical, electrical and control and instrumentation upgrade to the Darvill Wastewater Treatment Works, Pietermaritzburg. The contract comprises of the demolition of the existing bridge structure spanning the current OGEE Spillway, the reinstatement of the Foundation Grouting via the Gallery in the dam wall. The dam incorporates an 300m earth fill embankment, RCC Main Dam of 350m wall long with a depth of approximately 33m to full supply, a spillway of 70m incorporated in the Main RCC wall and a 5.2m free board allowance giving it a 1438.7 m.a.s.l crest level. Energy dissipation at the spillway will be obtained by both the 1m high steps on the downstream face of the spillway and a 6m long hydraulic jump stilling basin. The project involved the extension of the Olifantspoort Water Treatment Works from 30Ml/day to 60Ml/day Phase II. The aim being to increase the supply of portable water to the Polokwane City and associated villages along the 80km route. Extension of existing water treatment works for Polokwane to increase capacity by 20 megalitres per day.
2009 2008 2007 2006  
Vresap Pipeline Berg River Dam LUSIP Dam Northern Waste Water Treatment Works  
South Africa South Africa Swaziland South Africa  
Supply and installation of 126 kilometres of pipeline as a water supply system for Sasol between Vaal Dam and Secunda. 65 metres high, 990 metres long concrete faced rock fill dam near Franschhoek, to augment water supply to Cape Town. See case study. Construction of three dams, spillway and off-takes for the irrigation project. See case study. Extension of existing water treatment works for Johannesburg to increase capacity by 50 megalitres per day.