When speed is good on the roads

Modern engineering made it possible for a bridge to be erected in two weekends.  It took just four days and minimal disruption for South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) to erect a bridge over ..
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Learning the engineering ropes on the N2

Trainee engineers rough it out while getting the best education possible at a N2 construction site.  There is no better classroom for a trainee engineer than a rough, dusty construction site full of roaring machinery and ..
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Mt Edgecombe Interchange bags a construction excellence award

South Africa’s largest interchange project has been recognised for technical expertise and quality, weeks before the project has been finished.  Even before construction has been fully completed on the iconic Mt Edgecombe Interchange north of Durban, it has already won a prestigious award from the South African Institution of Civil Engineering (SAICE).  The ..
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SANRAL creates opportunities for the youth

SANRAL is committed to identifying, developing and nurturing the talents of the next generation of engineers and artisans, through their investments in education, research and training fields.  Youth unemployment is a national crisis. The youth unemployment rate ..
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Upgraded Mount Edgecombe Interchange has forever changed the landscape

Interchange will resemble a massive cruise ship at night with state-of-the-art lighting spectacularly illuminating the concrete ramps.   The Mount Edgecombe Interchange is an impressive and thrilling structure, and the multiple engineering achievements behind this mammoth project are testament to the exceptional skill and abilities of the entire construction team.  The ..
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Safe crossings for East Rand pedestrians

SANRAL invests R90-million for three new bridges across the N17. The safety of pedestrians on the East Rand has improved significantly with the construction of three new pedestrian bridges across the busy N17 between Springs and ..
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