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Building Department - moladi

  1. 1. WELCOME construction industrial construction construction projects residential construction construction company construction cost building construction construction material building materials industrial technologies housing authority low income housing department of housing housing association military housing home construction construction equipment affordable housing Low cost housing affordable building department building supplies nationwide building new in construction concrete forms concrete construction cement concrete walls wall structures structure reinforced concrete bricks brick brick force formwork cellular concrete bungalow bungalows housing market plastic formwork moladi lowcost prefab homes modular homes manufactured homes modular home prefab modular in situ in-situ wall panel house plans house designs home designs housing homes property Established - 1986
  2. 2. Building Department Keywords: construction, industrial construction, construction projects, residential construction, construction company, construction cost, building construction, construction material, building materials, industrial technologies, housing authority, low income housing, department of housing, housing association, military housing, home construction, construction equipment, affordable housing, low cost housing, affordable housing, homes, property, building department, building supplies, nationwide building, new in construction, concrete forms, concrete construction, cement, concrete, walls, wall, structures, structure, reinforced concrete, bricks, brick, brick force, formwork, cellular concrete, bungalow, bungalows, house plans, house designs, home designs, housing market, plastic formwork, moladi, lowcost, prefab homes, modular homes, manufactured homes, modular home, prefab, modular, in situ, in-situ, wall panels moladi
  3. 3. BRICK CONSTRUCTION CYCLE  Erratic supplies = Erratic delivery  Dependant on skilled labour  Waste  Rework  Slow delivery  Inconsistent quality  Unpredictable cash flow  Increased cost moladi
  4. 4. INNOVATION “Our age of anxiety is, in great part, the result of trying to do today’s jobs with yesterday’s tools”. moladi
  5. 5. YESTERDAY… moladi
  6. 6. TODAY… moladi
  7. 7. INNOVATION “Don't find a fault, find a remedy.” Henry Ford moladi
  8. 8. moladi moladi
  9. 9. INNOVATION moladi
  10. 10. RAFT FOUNDATION FORMER moladi
  11. 11. RAFT FOUNDATION - COMPACT moladi
  12. 12. RAFT FOUNDATION-TRENCHING moladi
  13. 13. RAFT FOUNDATION-TRENCHING moladi
  14. 14. RAFT FOUNDATION-TRENCHING moladi
  15. 15. RAFT FOUNDATION-REINFORCING moladi
  16. 16. RAFT FOUNDATION-CONCRETE moladi
  17. 17. RAFT FOUNDATION-LEVEL moladi
  18. 18. POWER FLOAT SLAB moladi
  19. 19. ERECT moladi FORMWORK 4 Hours moladi
  20. 20. moladi
  21. 21. PLUMBING moladi
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  23. 23. REINFORCING moladi
  24. 24. moladi
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  30. 30. REINFORCING  moladi structures are monolithic structures which are resistant to earthquakes.  All the water and electrical piping is positioned inside the formwork cavity and cast in the walls.  No chasing required.  No plastering required. moladi
  31. 31. MORTAR MIX  1800kg or 0.720m³ of local decomposed granite/ river sand.  250kg of ordinary portland cement: (OPC).  5 litres of moladiCHEM  200 litres of water. * moladi This is a generic mix for example purposes only
  32. 32. FILL River Sand+Cement+Water+moladiCHEM 2 Hours moladi
  33. 33. moladi
  34. 34. STRIP 2 Hours moladi
  35. 35. moladi
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  37. 37. moladi
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  46. 46. 5 Days moladi
  47. 47. MORTAR – NOT CONCRETE moladi
  48. 48. 40 M² moladi
  49. 49. 40 M² moladi
  50. 50. 52 M² moladi
  51. 51. 60 M² moladi
  52. 52. 68 M² moladi
  53. 53. 75 M² moladi 75m moladi Unit
  54. 54. FIRST moladi UNIT 1987 moladi
  55. 55. FIRST moladi UNIT 2013 moladi
  56. 56. 110 M² Bonded by Standard Bank since 1993 moladi
  57. 57. 120 M² moladi
  58. 58. 120 M² moladi
  59. 59. WALK UP moladi
  60. 60. SEMI DETACHED moladi
  61. 61. CLASSROOM moladi
  62. 62. CLASSROOM moladi
  63. 63. CLINIC moladi
  64. 64. ABLUTION BLOCK moladi
  65. 65. STEEL PORTAL APPLICATION moladi
  66. 66. STEEL PORTAL APPLICATION moladi
  67. 67. SECURITY WALLING moladi
  68. 68. DOUBLE STOREY moladi
  69. 69. moladi CONSTRUCTION CYCLE  Constant supply = constant delivery  Known cost  Unskilled operators  Next to no waste  Increased productivity  Reduced cost  Consistent quality  Predictable cash flow moladi
  70. 70. BENEFITS  Reduce unemployment: Job creation  Community upliftment  Supply chain  Environment  Education  Health  Crime  Social development  Carbon footprint moladi
  71. 71. BENEFITS  Train and employ local unskilled labour  Utilize local materials  Re-useable  Reduced transport cost  Low construction cost  Rapid construction time  Practicable designs  Quality approved materials  Variety of finishing details  Low maintenance cost moladi
  72. 72. BENEFITS  Speed without compromising quality  No need to plaster  No need to chase  No beam filling  Waterproof  Reinforced  Waste reduction  Logistics  Alterations and additions moladi
  73. 73. A WALL IS A WALL IS A WALL  A structure with a shower can be termed  “Low Cost”  A structure with a bath can be termed  “Affordable”  A structure with a Jacuzzi can be termed  “High Income” o The finishes of a structure determines the value o No quality disparity between “High Income” structures and “Low Cost” structures moladi
  74. 74. FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS  Social acceptance  Durability  Quality  Variety  Increase in value  Re-sale ability  Minimise risk - Insurance/Professional Indemnity  Certified  Bondable/Financed moladi
  75. 75. PRODUCTION One structure in One day with One moladi mould More structures in One day with More moladi moulds moladi
  76. 76. CONCLUSION – STATUS QUO moladi
  77. 77. SUPERFICIAL CHANGE moladi
  78. 78. RADICAL CHANGE moladi
  79. 79. THANK YOU Hennie Botes – www.moladi.net

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