JG Afrika was involved in the structural design of five multi-span rail over road, rail over river and road over rail bridges on the Gautrain project.
A 3420 m3 reinforced concrete tank was constructed to augment the existing contact tank, designed to accommodate an average dry weather flow of 260 Ml/d.
The expansion of the Tweefontein Colliery, near Ogies, Gauteng, necessitated the realignment of provincial roads and the upgrading of bridges.
Tokologo Local Municipality appointed JG Afrika to establish a roads management plan and to implement a pavement management system (PMS).
An investigation to determine the potential impact of acid mine drainage on the aquatic invertebrate communities of ephemeral wetlands in three provinces across South Africa.
The Kraaifontein Waste Management Facility was the first large-scale refuse transfer station in South Africa integrated with a mechanised materials recovery facility.