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  • Soshanguve Ext 8 | Esor
    Us 1 2 3 4 5 Soshanguve Ext 8 project Year 01 2014 Soshanguve Ext 8 is a residential development in Tshwane Esor have acquired the rights to develop Ext 8 in terms of a land availability agreement with the City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality for 839 residential stands Total project value excluding top structure opportunities is estimated at R 132 million Share Price Registered Office Tel 27 11 776

    Original URL path: http://www.esor.co.za/content/soshanguve-ext-8 (2016-05-01)
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  • The Orchards | Esor
    Careers Contact Us 1 2 3 4 5 The Orchards project Year 01 2012 The Orchards is an integrated residential development in Akasia Tshwane and 100 owned by Esor Comprising of 1373 stands 1 business site Private open space 2 x Educational sites and 1373 residential stands Total project value excluding top structure opportunities is estimated at R 225 million Share Price Registered Office Tel 27 11 776 8700 Fax

    Original URL path: http://www.esor.co.za/content/orchards (2016-05-01)
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  • Uitvlugt | Esor
    Contact Us 1 2 3 4 5 Uitvlugt project Year 01 2014 Uitvlugt is an integrated residential development in Three Rivers East near Vereeniging and 100 owned by Esor Comprising of approximately 4200 proposed opportunities of which Ext 1 2242 units is proclaimed and ready to be developed Total project value excluding top structure opportunities is estimated at R 700 million Share Price Registered Office Tel 27 11 776 8700

    Original URL path: http://www.esor.co.za/content/uitvlugt (2016-05-01)
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  • J10 Pipeline | Esor
    This project was awarded to Esor Pipejacking division in March 2013 The project required 21 jackings within a 6 month period The J10 pipeline replacing the outdated J8 pipeline will be 14km long starting at Simon Bekker Rd in Germiston and ending at Reservoir Rd in Boksburg Our scope also includes 1 stormwater canal crossing 2 rail road crossings 1 un utilised railroad cutting and 17 road crossings The project

    Original URL path: http://www.esor.co.za/content/j10-pipeline (2016-05-01)
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  • Wonderboom Culvert Jack | Esor
    Jack project Year 03 2014 Progress on the Wonderboom Rooiwal bulk pipeline has advanced considerably with the recent completion of three important underground tunnels Pretoria motorists driving along Steve Biko Drive and Lavender Road over the past three months would have been blissfully unaware that a team far beneath their wheels was digging one of the biggest underground precast culverts in South Africa According to project manager Anton Naude each tunnel is 4 9 metres high and 2 7 metres wide while the tunnel under Lavender Road is 40m in length supported by no fewer than 32 precast concrete structures weighing 11 tonnes each A hydraulic jack was used to push each structure into the tunnel which is wide enough to accommodate two small cars side by side A significant feature of the project was that the pipeline was laid without any disruption of traffic on the city s main arteries he said The pipeline is a key component of Pretoria s 50 year development project and will supply water to Rainbow Junction and other industrial and residential growth areas to the north of the city The R130 million project began in 2013 and is scheduled for completion in 2015

    Original URL path: http://www.esor.co.za/content/wonderboom (2016-05-01)
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  • O6 Palmiet Pump Station - Palm Ridge Reservoir | Esor
    Progress to date on the remaining jacks is 7 91m at J8 9 92m at J13 and 70 118m at J14 This means we still have adequate secured work on this line to keep us busy for the calendar year Typical of the area we encountered a lot of mud and water at Jack 13 where we had to do piling to prevent mud slides and collapses This however did not improve the conditions to prevent the mud slides and collapses The soil was so saturated that the 3m OD concrete pipe just dug into the soggy soil at the bottom and instead of jacking up the pipe went down under its own weight We as Esor had to re design the jack alignment and thinking on our feet it was decided to stop both jacks 13 and 14 than was planned to go under the N3 and Jack 14 under the secondary road The net effect resulted in an additional 20m VO approved additional income and extended time in which to carry out the project In March 2016 we were awarded Jack 8 and right from the start we had difficulties with SANRAL and the Alberton Municipality The jack was too close to the road and inside the SANRAL servitude and they wanted it moved We then suggested 5 meters back and this was on a truck arrest road and the Municipality was not content on breaking up the arrest road in the event that it was needed during construction We then requested for an open cut across the arrest road which was also denied Eventually the jack went from a 53 meter jack to a 91 meter jack to satisfy every body s needs This decision however brought additional problems that was not anticipated at the time The

    Original URL path: http://www.esor.co.za/o6-palmiet-pump-station-palm-ridge-reservoir (2016-05-01)
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  • Major Villages Water Supply Distribution network rehabilitation for Mahalapye and Palapye, Botswana | Esor
    and Palapye Botswana project Year 04 2016 As we are targeting selected African countries the award to Pipe Services of these 2 projects fits our strategy and reduce our risk and dependency on the South African market The Palapye Major Water Supply contract that include 6 pipe jack crossings below existing roads and railways The sleeves that will be used is 1800mm and 1500mm inside diameters with a total jack length of 217 meters The Mahalapye Major Water Supply contract include 4 pipe jack crossings below existing roads and railways 1800mm and 1500mm diameter sleeves will also be used with a total jack length of 162 meters Treated Water will be running in the newly installed pipes from Water Treatment Plants The Palapye ring will be running from Botswana International University of Science and Technology water treatment plant whilst Mahalapye ring will run from Morale Hills water treatment works We have just completed the first crossing of 34m in Palapye starting another crossing under a railway line to cover 20m and continuing with the 1st Mahalapye pipejack for the project running under neath A1 road covering 61m and expecting to complete by end March 2016 The remaining pipejack crossings will

    Original URL path: http://www.esor.co.za/major-villages-water-supply-distribution-network-rehabilitation-mahalapye-and-palapye-botswana (2016-05-01)
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  • R59 Highway | Esor
    Midvaal Municipality with consulting engineers Gibb and Esor as the main contractor The R59 consist of 5 jacks of which 4 jacks are for sewer lines and one jack is for the water main line The 5 jacks consist of the following lenghts the Highway is 211m long and will have three inter jack sections to maintain an even pressure on the jacks and to prevent the pipe from seizing up The end of the jack will also be the start of the Johan le Roux jack that will start about 3m higher than what the Highway jack will end on The Johan le Roux crossing at 106m long willl end inside an existing sewer mainhole to be connected on the old line The third jack is the water main line and is situated about 5km from the other two jacks at Aandblom Street and is also jacked underneath the R59 highway for a total distance of 98m All three these jacks are currently in progress The 4th jack will be underneath the railway line at Meyerton and will be 84m long The 5th jack will be from the same pit as the Highway jack and is jacked underneath a property for 52m This jack will also end inside an existing hole within the sewer line to be connected with the existing sewer system All 5 jacks are spected as 1200mm IS pipe making it very strenuous on the legs of the workers going to the front of the face Ventilation will be a big priority and hydration of the workers will be continuous Only two workers can be at the face at a time as the working space is so small As the main contractor on this project we will also be inserting a HDPE 500 600 OD pipe

    Original URL path: http://www.esor.co.za/r59-highway (2016-05-01)
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