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Gauteng MEC for Roads and Transport, Ismail Vadi, officially opens upgraded Cedar Road in Fourways, Johannesburg. The expected benefits for motorists include improved road user mobility; increased roadway capacity; reduced travel times; easier access to business, residential and agricultural estates as well as improved road safety. #WeAreWSP #tranport #infrastructure
Congratulations to all our engineers and consultants who worked long hours on the Cedar Road upgrade project. The MEC for Gauteng Department of Transport, Dr. Ishmail Vadi, also complemented the quality of work on the project, that non-motorised aspects were also addressed, and the fact that the project was completed in time and on budget.
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“Water resources are under pressure as demand increases, owing to a growing population, industry and commercial operations," says WSP Africa environment and energy director Greg Matthews. "Subsequently, the water treatment, purification and desalination industries have become increasingly important and they will become more so as the country grapples with securing sustainable water resources for the future."
Congratulations to the Robben Island team for winning the Project of the Year at the Africa Awards 2017 awards!!
This fantastic team includes: Frances Bosman, Andrew Galbraith, Mohammed Hassim, Dinesh Buldoo, Poppy Shezi (in abscentia), Paul Grota, Previn Subban, Sachin Chetty, Jacqui Fincham, Bronwyn Fisher, Tarryn Garrun and Evan Pedlar (in abscentia).