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Tshwane’s Central Government Offices

central-government-officesTshwane’s Central Government Offices, at the corner of Church and Bosman streets, is getting a new lease on life through an extensive and protracted upgrade of the building first constructed at the turn of the 20th century.

The refurbishment and upgrade of the Department of Public Works offices. This historical building, originally built in 1910, consists of approximately 60,000m2 of three blocks with 7 floors each.

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The upgrade and refurbishment scope of works, which commenced in 2009 and is set to take 24 months, includes the addition of a new floor for the Minister’s accommodation, a new lecture hall, a tunnel structure from the basement leading to the ground level entrance into the reception area, new link bridges and spiral staircases and glass enclosed light courts and specialists subcontract works.

The general refurbishment of the building also includes the internal and external upgrading of existing structures and restoration of existing finishes and to preserve the building’s historical significance. Renovation project has experienced a few minor delays and is set for completion the end of August 2011.

Project team:

Client
National Department of Public Works (Tshwane)
Principal Agent/Lead Architect MEG Architects
Quantity Surveyors Mahlati Liebertrau Quantity Surveyors/Lalle & Company
Main Contractor GVK Siya Zama Building Contractors (Gauteng)

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