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The company mainly serves the commercial and industrial markets, with smaller contracts in the domestic market and exports its solutions to various African countries, such as Angola, Mozambique, Malawi, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and Swaziland. “We cater for every market from churches to shopping centres, factories, warehouses and motor showrooms, ” Stoltz says. Established in 1998 to focus on the supply of commercial steel structures, the company was acquired by Stoltz in June 2003 and the company was refocused to supply small-scale projects. It began with light I-beam structures for local community projects and has evolved to the point where it has the capacity to produce about 30 000 m2 of steel structures a month. One of the company’s contracts included the new board plant for Lafarge Gypsum. The principle contractor for the project was Van Achterbergh Projects & Properties, which appointed Midvaal Structures to supply the steel structures for the project. Midvaal Structures was involved from the concept design phase up to completion and handover of the R31-million project. The plant measures 23 000 m2 and about 1 000 t of structural steel was used in its various design combinations. The pro-cess plant is 25 m high on the eaves, with a gantry crane fitted at 23 m from ground level. Stoltz says that working at that height with roofing material was a feat in itself, considering the windy conditions. The project started in March 2006 and was completed 16 months later. The project was also completed without any loss-time injuries on site. The company is currently busy with the expansion of China City, near the Crown interchange, south of Johannesburg. The main contractor for the project is Masoncraft, and Stoltz says that the project will cost R17-million. Midvaal Structures is supplying about 1 008 t of structural elements for the project, which measures about 21 000 m2 with a 21 000-m2 mezzanine floor.
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