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AlcoNCP: Laser Scanning for Rapid and Accurate Capture
AlcoNCP: Laser Scanning for Rapid and Accurate Capture
AlcoNCP
GeoAfrika Surveys has been appointed to undertake quarterly surveys of product stockpiles for AlcoNCP, one of the leading alcohol and livestock feed producers in South Africa. The surveys are undertaken in an indoor warehouse utilizing terrestrial laser scanning for rapid and accurate capture of the Distillers Dried Grains with Solubles (DDGS) stockpiles.
Dr Pixley Kaseme Road | eThekwini
Dr Pixley Kaseme Street | eThekwini
eThekwini Municipality
GeoAfrika Surveys was appointed by the eThekwini Municipality Survey Department to conduct a detailed topographical survey of Dr Pixley Kaseme Street, between Shepstone Road and OR Tambo Parade, including the promenade. The survey was  conducted to assist in planning the city's future transportation network.
SAPPI Saiccor Mill - KZN
SAPPI Saiccor Mill | KZN
SIVEST
In 2018 SAPPI embarked on the re-design of the rail system and installation of an automated woodchip system in the woodyard of the Saiccor Mill. SiVEST South Africa was appointed to provide design, engineering and management advisory support services for the civil, structural, mechanical, electrical, controls, instrumentation and drafting works for the project. SiVEST contracted GeoAfrika Surveys to undertake a high definition laser scan and topographical survey of the existing woodyard and surrounding structures at the mill.
Transnet Topographical Investigations- Hoedspruit and Natalspruit
Transnet Topographical Investigations | Hoedspruit and Natalspruit
Transnet
Transnet (the South African Rail, Port and Pipeline company) required a detailed topographical survey to inform the design process for the upgrading of the Hoedspruit and Natalspruit Marshalling Yards. GeoAfrika Surveys undertook above ground topographical surveys and below ground service detection in order to provide the highest quality mapping product for the design engineering consultants.
Toyota - KZN - Service Detection
Toyota | KZN – Service Detection
Solaray
The Solaray Group specialises in engineered solutions and project management, which enables it to provide turnkey Solar PV and Solar Thermal installations for commercial and industrial clients, as well as larger domestic properties and residential estates.
Hammarsdale Interchange - KZN - Supervisory Surveyor
Hammarsdale Interchange | KZN – Supervisory Surveyor
HATCH
The national and provincial importance of the Hammarsdale Interchange stems from its location on the N3 between eThekwini and Msunduzi Municipalities, its proximity to the rail line linking Gauteng to Durban Harbour, and the proposed inland container terminal at Cato Ridge. To fast-track its completion, SANRAL partnered with eThekwini Municipality to co-fund the project.
Cato Ridge Logistics Hub | KZN
Cato Ridge Logistics Hub | KZN
ZUTARI
The Cato Ridge Development Project is aimed at improving the Durban Ports' efficiency and create additional capacity through decongestion of the Port Precinct and Durban CBD to keep up with economic growth.
Msikaba River Bridge - Wild Coast
Msikaba River Bridge | Wild Coast
Concor Mota-Engil Joint Venture
The Msikaba bridge is a cable-stayed steel deck bridge currently under construction, spanning the Msikaba River near Lusisiki in the Eastern Cape of South Africa. The Msikaba bridge forms part of the N2 Wild Coast (N2WC) road project, which aims to improve the travel time between Durban and East London for heavy freight vehicles.
Ballito Hills | KZN
Ballito Hills | KZN
Balwin Properties
Ballito Hills is set to be one of the largest lifestyle sectional schemes on the North Coast of Kwazulu-Natal. The scheme, being rolled out in 20 phases, consists of multi-storey buildings offering 1, 2 and 3 bedroom sections. The development is one of the key projects of the JSE listed Balwin Properties development company.
Underground Service Detection Surveys - N3 Upgrade
Underground Service Detection Surveys: N3 Upgrade
SANRAL
The construction of improved road and highway infrastructure is a complex task. Civil engineering designers need as much information as possible to ensure that they plan new infrastructure that meets the specifications required by the client, while also providing detailed information to the contractor so upgrades can be completed within budget and on time.
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