Dali duma implats - infrastructure

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Dali Duma of Implats talks about the large-scale infrastructure development the mine does at Making CSI Matter 2012.

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Dali duma implats - infrastructure

  1. 1. Infrastructurechallenges in SAPresented by Dali Duma One Team One Vision With Pride
  2. 2. National Development Plan challenges: • Too few people work • The standard of education for most black learners is of poor quality • The infrastructure is poorly located, under-maintained and insufficient to foster higher growth • Spatial patterns exclude the poor from the fruits of development • The economy is overly and unsustainably resource intensive • A widespread disease burden is compounded by a failing public health system • Public services are uneven and often of poor quality • Corruption is widespread • South Africa remains a divided society One Team One Vision With Pride
  3. 3. January 2011 (Sunrise View @ R400 million) One Team One Vision With Pride
  4. 4. Sunrise View – School [Construction phase]• Project is on track and in budget  Commencement Date : 13 February 2012  Construction Period : 18 Months  Completion Date : 13 August 2013  Contract Amount : R 64,022,796.32 (Excl. Vat) Site clearance Platform construction completed commenced One Team One Vision With Pride
  5. 5. Site layout One Team One Vision With Pride
  6. 6. Boitekong ext 9 and 12 - Roads One Team One Vision With Pride
  7. 7. Boitekong ext 9 and 12 – Roads Handover One Team One Vision With Pride
  8. 8. Sunrise View Bridge Construction (RLM & Impala) One Team One Vision With Pride
  9. 9. Siesta Access Road (R1.4 million) One Team One Vision With Pride
  10. 10. Chaneng road - Before One Team One Vision With Pride
  11. 11. Chaneng road – After (R2.5 million) One Team One Vision With Pride
  12. 12. Newly started - Platinum Village (R1 billion) 2 420 units Business Park Public open areas School One Team One Vision With Pride
  13. 13. One Team One Vision With Pride
  14. 14. Marula Platinum Eastern Limb One Team One Vision With Pride
  15. 15. Scope & Current status• Two schools have been identified for upgrading: – Makgamathu High School in Ward 10, which is situated just off the R37, approximately 110km from Polokwane. – Mohlalamorudi High School in Ward 8, which is on the other side of the R37 and behind Marula Mine. – R12 million project (Funded jointly by Marula & Limpopo DoE)• Two local micro enterprises were contracted to refurbish the two schools.• Work at both schools have been completed within Budget.• Training was done by the Concrete Institute and Certificates were handed out.• Handover is being planned by stakeholder engagement (Johanna Tau) One Team One Vision With Pride
  16. 16. Project Location One Team One Vision With Pride
  17. 17. Schools - before Very bad cracks some buildings deemed unsafe (demolish and reconstruct) and other with an urgent need to repair One Team One Vision With Pride
  18. 18. Schools - before Buildings with unsuitable material One Team One Vision With Pride
  19. 19. Upgraded schools already in use One Team One Vision With Pride
  20. 20. Mohlalamorudi Water borne sewage available at newly constructed ablution facilitiesOne Team One Vision With Pride
  21. 21. Final completion achieved Special thanks from contractor to Dave (dedicated Marula clerk of works – who assisted with quality control and coaching) Some members of the project team One Team One Vision With Pride
  22. 22. MakgamathuOne Team One Vision With Pride
  23. 23. Schools already in use One Team One Vision With Pride
  24. 24. Electrification Project (estimated 1600 houses) One Team One Vision With Pride
  25. 25. Work in Progress (R14 million) One Team One Vision With Pride
  26. 26. Reservoir and water provision (R16 million) One Team One Vision With Pride
  27. 27. Graphical depiction of work planned One Team One Vision With Pride
  28. 28. Labour Sending Areas Initiatives • Eastern Cape – Mbadango School • Eastern Cape – 3 Libraries (8 forecast) • Taung – Community Multi-Purpose Centre • Eastern Cape – Fort Hare University Lab One Team One Vision With Pride
  29. 29. Lessons Learnt • Committment from the top • Dedicated project team with relevant experience • Support from a dynamic financial institution • Internal leadership • Commercial flexibility • Experienced service providers • Rigorous performance management • Hold hands with the government but lead the way One Team One Vision With Pride
  30. 30. Conclusion• Be prepared for dynamic and complex processes when dealing with government• Full commitment required from the business• Profound benefits to the business, whilst difficult to measure• Corporate sector CAN make a difference One Team One Vision With Pride
  31. 31. Recognition received from industry SAHF Award Sunday Times Award - Project of the year 2009 for - CSI company of the year units over R80 000 2010 One Team One Vision With Pride
  32. 32. Recognition received from the industrySunday Times Award - CSI company of the year 2011 One Team One Vision With Pride

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