• Staff writer

HARBOUR ARCH A KEY CONTRIBUTOR TO COVID RECOVERY PLAN


While many developers have responded to the construction sector downturn by taking a cautious approach, the Amdec Group is forging ahead with its Harbour Arch project, a mixed-use precinct on Cape Town’s foreshore. It will provide in the region of 20 000 construction jobs over the next ten years, varying from labour opportunities through to highly skilled artisans and project managers.


Western Cape premier Alan Winde commended the group for being bold in the development space, saying that Harbour Arch would contribute significantly to the region’s post-Covid economic recovery plan. He said that Harbour Arch was a flagship investment in the City of Cape Town, creating jobs at a time when the province desperately needs them.


The project will see the re-development of the 5.8 ha Culemborg site on the NE edge of Cape Town’s CBD into a large-scale project comprising six individual towers. The precinct will comprise residential apartments, commercial office space, hotels, shops, restaurants, motor dealerships, an urban park and more.


The Amdec Group believes strongly in transformation and empowerment, and will focus on partnering with small, black-owned businesses who operate within the construction and real estate sectors. They will be brought on board as sub-contractors to the main contractor, WBHO, and provide opportunities for growth and upskilling.


Construction of Harbour Arch Tower One is scheduled for completion in May 2023.


www.amdec.co.za

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