L’il Masters wanted to not only ensure that the finish underfoot would facilitate a productive, hygienic and efficient working environment – but that it would also reflect the company’s colours and identity. To achieve this, 7,000 m2 of the antibacterial enhanced, polyurethane system Flowfresh MF was applied in a number of different zones and in a selection of colours that matched L’il Masters branding.
A new four-ton truck has hit the road in Gauteng to deliver flooring materials to local construction projects. This is the first of three new vehicles in the pipeline, with one more planned for Gauteng and another for Durban within the next 12 months.
The Moody Lagoon restaurant has been designed to provide a refined and relaxing dining experience. At the restaurant, guests are treated to amazing views of the Botriver lagoon and out over the Atlantic Ocean while they are served creative dishes made from the freshest produce.
From being installed in some of the most glamorous new restaurants and hotels to its inclusion in the Pinterest 100 Report (with saves up 316% in the past year), 2018 is set to be the year of terrazzo.
Flowcrete South Africa will be showcasing its high-performance resin flooring solutions for both the commercial and industrial sectors at Johannesburg’s Facilities Management Expo.
The award-winning Menlyn Park Shopping Centre, located in Tshwane, has undergone a large-scale refurbishment project in order to become the biggest facility of its kind in Africa. Due to this development, the multi-level centre now covers over 177,000 m2 and is able to provide a wider selection of prestigious fashion brands, dining options, entertainment and leisure experiences than ever before.
The estate in Cape Town has been producing high quality wine since 1685 and so it was critical that the development work complemented the heritage and aesthetic of the location - bringing the functionality of the venue up to date without compromising on its history.
A qualified Chartered Accountant, Mr Watson will be responsible for ensuring the smooth running of Flowcrete Africa’s finances and its international operations as well as playing a critical role in the identification and achievement of potential acquisitions across Africa.
As one of Africa’s leading food producers, responsible for a number of household brand names, it is vital for RCL Foods to portray a high-end image at all times - and getting the appearance of its office right was critical to this.