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Hard work pays off for Group Five.

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Hard work pays off for Group Five AFTER completing two high profile contracts to meet pre-Christmas deadlines, Group Five Building has started the new year with the strongest order book it has had for some time.

Hard work pays off for Group Five AFTER completing two high profile contracts to meet pre-Christmas deadlines, Group Five Building has started the new year with the strongest order book it has had for some time.

"What's more, about 80% of our current workload has been negotiated direct with clients on the basis of previous successful contracts, and this is an encouraging trend," says Keith Miller, the company's Cape director.

Group Five Building, working in Joint Venture with Murray and Roberts, completed the R30 million Mossel Bay casino contract in a speedy five months, enabling the casino to open on schedule in December 2002.

Also under fast track conditions, they completed the new conference centre at Club Mykonos. In November, they were awarded two contracts for the SA Revenue Service (SARS). Both contracts called for contractors working through the December break to ensure completion in February.

In November 2002 Group Five Building started work on a R70 million contract for a new shopping centre in Mitchell's Plain. Progress, says Miller, has been "astronomical".


Publisher: Weekend Argus
Source: Weekend Argus
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