From urban upgrades to major highways, we have delivered major road construction and earthwork projects throughout the world. As a vertically integrated company, we deliver multidisciplinary infrastructure, airports, telecommunication and energy. The company owns one of Africa’s largest fleets of earthmoving and specialised equipment. Raubex can call on an extensive network of long-term relationships with goods and services suppliers. Raubex project management teams are well resourced and skilled. Teams are built around experienced and tested engineers, technologists, artisans and safety officers.
Raubex has delivered some of South Africa’s most challenging road projects, from urban brownfield to freeway works with SANRAL (South African National Roads Authority) being a key client. Other projects include the Gauteng Freeway Improvement project, delivering a major upgrade including interchanges and bridges on the busiest road in the Southern Hemisphere. The members of the Raubex Australia team have executed a number of key MRWA projects in Western Australia.
In Australia the management and crew have been involved in building a significant number of earthworks related projects in Western Australia and have developed relationships with the key stakeholders in the mining, landfill and agricultural industry.
Our teams have built and supervised the construction of numerous concrete structures including bridges, culverts and other drainage structures as well as several smaller concrete structures related to transport infrastructure.
GAUTENG FREEWAY IMPROVEMENT PROJECT (GFIP)
Raubex Construction led the execution of multiple major freeway upgrade projects during the GFIP program launched by the South African National Roads Agency (SANRAL). These projects amounted to over $100m which included the reconstruction of some of the busiest freeways in the Southern Hemisphere. Also included the construction of new bridges by using the latest construction methods to accommodate the large traffic volumes. Coordination with numerous local stakeholders including the Client, other Head Contractors, sub-contractors, suppliers and the public made this project a success.140,000 vehicles daily.
ROADS UPGRADE NAMIBIA: UPGRADE OF THE MR118 FROM ROSH PINAH TO ORANJEMUND
Raubex Construction had the opportunity to stretch its legs and show of its appetite for major earthworks and road building works during the upgrade of the route between Rosh Pinah and Oranjemund in Namibia. The project included 100km of road reconstruction which included 2,000,000m3 of bulk earthworks, 400,000m3 of drill and blast, 540,000m3 of pavement construction, 8,000m3 of in situ concrete and 9,000m of linear precast drainage installation. The project was successfully executed on time with Roads Authority Namibia (Client) which is another example of Raubex Construction’s cross border success rate and our enthusiastic and inclusive approach to stakeholder engagement.
DAM CONSTRUCTION CORNELIS RIVER DAM PROJECT
The Cornelis River Dam project was the first large dam construction venture that Raubex Construction has executed. The dam was part of a regional municipality initiative to supply drinking water to 1000’s of people living in rural South Africa. This project has demonstrated Raubex Construction’s diverse capabilities and ability to deliver large scale civil infrastructure projects, on time and to the client’s satisfaction. It also emphasizes Raubex Construction’s capacity to obtain new expertise and engage the unknown with much confidence.