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Absa Towers West, Johannesburg
Client: Amalgamated Banks of South Africa (ABSA)

The ABSA Towers West head office achieved a five star green rating. ABSA is committed to finding local solutions to uniquely local challenges and everything they do is focused on adding value. To this end they offer all their clients across the continent a range of retail, business, corporate and investment, and wealth management solutions as well as ensure a positive impact in all the countries where they operate

They are a truly African brand, inspired by the people they serve and determined to always be brave, passionate and ready so that they can make Africa proud

Absa Group Limited is listed on the JSE and is one of Africa’s largest diversified financial services groups with a presence in 12 countries across the continent and around 41 000 employees

The ABSA Precinct is part of the revitalisation plan for the Johannesburg central business district
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Absa Towers North, Johannesburg
Client: Amalgamated Banks of South Africa (ABSA)

The ABSA North Tower Building is an urban building that contributes both to a viable urban landscape, and demonstrates commitment to sustainability on a citywide scale

Located in Johannesburg’s central business district, ABSA’s head office consists of four office towers which, collectively, form the ABSA Inner City Campus

Although the central business district is not a conventional location for environmentally friendly design, the towers demonstrate an exemplary commitment to sustainability through the resources which were conserved during the design, construction and operation phases
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South African Airways Head Office
Client: South African Airways

South African Airways (SAA) was founded in 1934 after the acquisition of Union Airways by the South African government. The airline was initially overseen and controlled by South African Railways and Harbours Administration. Anti-apartheid sanctions by African countries deprived the airline of stopover airports during apartheid, forcing it to bypass the continent with long-range aircraft. During this time, it was also known by its Afrikaans name, Suid-Afrikaanse Lugdiens (SAL, lit. '"South African air service"'), which has since been dropped by the airline in democratic South Africa

In 1997 SAA changed its name, image and aircraft livery and introduced online ticketing services. In 2006, SAA was split from Transnet, its parent company, to operate as an independent airline. It remains one of the largest of South Africa's state-owned enterprises. SAA owns Mango, a low-cost domestic airline, and has established links with Airlink and South African Express. It is a member of the Star Alliance, Star Alliance is the world's largest global airline alliance
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OFFICE FIT-OUT at MTN Head Office in Roodepoort
Client: Mobile Telephone Network (South Africa) – MTN
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Client: Mobile Telephone Network (South Africa) – MTN
Description
Client
Location
ABSA Towers West
Barclays
Johannesburg
Pretoria Centralised Operations Control Centre
Intersite
Pretoria
Cargo Service Centre Offices
ACSA
Johannesburg
Bomb Chamber — Fire Station
ACSA
Johannesburg
PCT/Landside Alteration & Renovations
ACSA
Johannesburg
Switch, Energy & Data Centre
MTN
Jhb - Newlands
ABSA Towers North
ABSA
Johannesburg
SAA Head Office
SAA
Johannesburg
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