moladi launch construction technology in Botswana

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moladi launch construction technology in Botswana

Postby moladi » Tue Nov 10, 2009 2:48 pm

moladi has launched it' s formwork construction technology in Botswana with huge success. Present at the show house was members from the Botswana Defense Force (BDF) including Major General Masire, commander of the armed forces, who was amazed at the speed at which the 54 square meter, two bedroom home, was completed.

The unit constructed at Sir Seretse Khama Barracks in Mogoditshae in Botswana was also visited by a delegation form Botswana Housing Corporation (BHC) including the General Manager, Mr Reginald Motswaiso.

Due to the speed and quality of construction of the moladi construction technology various Government department have indicated their requirements to address the backlog they face. Namely: - Prisons Department, Botswana Police Service, Central District Council, Botswana Power Corporation, Botswana Housing Authority and Department of Housing.

moladi, based in Port Elizabeth, has been developed over the past 23 years and has grown into a global supplier of housing construction technology. The aim of moladi is reduce the cost of homes, by speeding up the construction process, employing local labour, using local materials. moladi has received numerous awards for it's holistic delivery approach, creating employment for the unemployed by constructing housing the POOR.
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