Completed Projects

  • Kanana – 2600 units Civil infrastructure (roads, storm water, sewer) Top structure with Raft foundation. 77 Million Rand February 2009.
  • Jouberton – 1752 Civil infrastructure (roads, storm water, sewer) with Raft foundation.24 Million Rand June 2009.
  • Mafikeng ext 39 – 2500 Civil infrastructure (roads, storm water, sewer) Top structure with Raft foundation. 78 Million Rand August 2008.
  • Alabama – 2129 Civil infrastructure (roads, storm water, sewer) Top structure with Raft foundation. 89 Million Rand 2007.
  • Lokaleng – 350 Units Civil infrastructure (roads, storm water, sewer) Top structure with Raft foundation. 12 Million Rand 2007.
  • Jouberton – 1719 VIP Toilets – 6 weeks to complete 12 Million Rand 2007.
  • Taung Rural – 2000 Units Top structure with Raft Foundation. 90 Million Rand August 2008.
  • Mathopestad-Rustenburg – 210 Units Top structure with Raft Foundation 13 Million Rand August 2010.
  • Phatsima – 480 Units Top structure with Raft Foundation 33 Million Rand August 2010.
  • Imperial Reserve – 980 Units Civil infrastructure, outfall, sewer. Top structure with Raft Foundation. 48.5 Million Rand May 2009.
  • Ratlou Mabule – 124 Units Top structure with Raft Foundation 8 Million Rand August 2010.
  • Bethane, Barseba & Modikwe – 200 units Top structure with Raft Foundation 11 Million Rand December 2010.
  • Potchefstroom – 1492 units Top structure with Raft Foundation 93 Million Rand December 2010.
  • Marikana-Rustenburg 526 units Rectification 23 Million Rand February 2010.
  • Pretoria Technikon – 325 units Hostel Complex 25 Million Rand 2003.
  • Graaf Reinet – 125 units Top structures 8.5 Million Rand March 2010.
  • Madiba – 100 units Top structure with Raft Foundation 6.5 Million Rand August 2010.
  • Lonely Park – 71 units Top structure with Raft Foundation 4.6 Million Rand August 2010.
  • RTBG x26 – 1260 units Top structure with Raft Foundation 4.9 Million Rand August 2010.
  • Boitekon x8 – 1000 units Top structure with Raft Foundation 95 Million Rand August 2010.
  • Rustenburg – Seraleng Civil infrastructure (roads, storm water, sewer) Top structure with Raft Foundation 115 Million Rand to date March 2013.
  • Mazista – 500 units Civil infrastructure (roads, storm water,sewer) Top structure with Raft Foundation 44 Million Rand 2011.
  • Potchefstroom Ikageng CRU 100 units Community Residential Units 24 Million Rand August 2012.
  • Seraleng – 924 Units Affordable Housing 33 Million Rand December 2013
  • Bethels Drop (PE) – 299 units RDP Rectification Units 26 Million Rand February 2013
  • Alexandria EC – 377 units RDP Rectification Units 27.4 Million Rand December 2011
  • Magogwe Mafikeng – 200 units RDP Housing 13 Million Rand December 2013
  • Rustenburg Ex4 (Ooseinde) – 208 Units 2018 Sectional Title Homes 27 Million Rand December 2012.
  • Cosmo City – 31 Units Affordable Housing 4.5 Million Rand December 2013
  • Rustenburg Ext 12 – 100 CRU’s 100 Community Rental Units Late 2014.
  • Monakato – 515 units RDP Housing
  • Chiefton – 300 Units RDP Housing and Services
  • Ottoshoop – 207 Units RDP Housing
  • Moses Kotane – Mogwase 110 CRU’s

 

Current Projects

  • Naledi Ext 25 – 1000 units RDP Housing and Services.
  • Savanna City – Affordables
  • Malibongwe Ridge – 486 Units RDP Housing
  • Thsing – Ventersdorp Community Library
  • Vryburg – 503 RDP Units
  • Sushanguve – 350 RDP units
  • Mamello – 565 RDP units

 

Contractors

Professional Approach to Contracts, Fast tracking  Developments Contracting

All contracting works are undertaken in a professional and workmanlike manner. Work is obtained either by tender or negotiation with various contractual arrangements to suit the requirements of the client or in-house development company. Management personnel employment are experts in their relative fields of operation. It is also the company’s policy for management to be actively involved in the running of the contracts.

The level and depth and expertise available within the company and from the professional practices that are being used give Toro Ya Africa a distinct advantage against other developers or contractors, especially in terms of quality and completion of contracts within the contract period.

The various contracts that can be entered into can be the following:

  • Bill of quantities
  • Fixed amount
  • Guaranteed lump sum
  • Turnkey
  • Combinations for the above

Fast tracking

The project management skills  of Toro Ya Africa are especially suited for fast track projects. The company has invested substantially in computers and  appropriate software in order to be at the forefront of technology and to provide up to date information analysis on all aspects of a contract. Fast tracking of projects especially attractive given restraints on budgets or budgets or the time left in which to spend money before a given date e.g financial year ends.

The major advantages of fast tracking are :

  • Short duration of project
  • Money can be spent at a faster rate