Build It JBay wins coveted award

2017-09-21 06:00
Juan Hay from Build It Jeffreys Bay accepts the prestigious Light Steel Frame Award at the SAISC Steel Awards 2017 on behalf of co-owner Tony Ward from Brian Basson from MiTek Port Elizabeth.        Photo:SUPPLIED

Juan Hay from Build It Jeffreys Bay accepts the prestigious Light Steel Frame Award at the SAISC Steel Awards 2017 on behalf of co-owner Tony Ward from Brian Basson from MiTek Port Elizabeth. Photo:SUPPLIED

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BUILD It Jeffreys Bay won the prestigious Light Steel Frame Award at the recent South African Institute of Steel Construction (SAISC) Steel Awards 2017 for the Global Leadership Academy project.

The SAISC Steel Awards is an annual event, which showcases projects completed in the previous year that demonstrated excellence in the use of structural steel.

Currently in its 36th year, the SAISC Steel Awards is an ideal opportunity for stakeholders in the steel construction industry to draw inspiration, celebrate excellence and share their achievements with current and potential clients.

MiTek sponsored the MiTek Light Steel Framing Category and there were eight MiTek licensed fabricators that had projects entered in contention of the highly coveted LSF Award: BBS Mica - Gujini Hall, Giant Engineering - Siyabuswa Fire Station, Thlomeso Timbers - Thlomeso Factory, Eco Strut - Kingdom Leadership Centre, Build It Jeffreyss Bay - Global Leadership Academy Roof, Innovation for Africa - Container Roof, Ark Trusses - Tongaat Hall, and Hi-Tech Nail Plate - TUT Ga Rankuwa Campus.

The entries had to showcase the importance of steel as a structural component in a project, as well as the benefits achieved by using a steel construction.

The judging panel also took other factors into consideration such as aesthetic appeal, environmental considerations, innovation in design, fabrication or construction, special details or any other unique features, va-lue to community development, engineering expertise and quality of workmanship.

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