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28 June 2011
he “old world” character of Technicrete’s Trojan concrete pavers, with their random-shaped edge bevels, is a striking first-impression feature of Fancourt Office Park, one of the latest developments in the fast-growing North Riding region of Johannesburg.
Twenty thousand square metres of the pavers, laid in a slab-and-square design, were used in surfacing the approaches and parking spaces of the 18-block complex.
The Trojan’s “outstanding ability” to withstand heavy traffic flow, as well as its distinctive aesthetic appeal, were key considerations for owner-developer Dennis da Silva.
The Trojan has proved its value in previous da Silva office park developments, including Hammet’s Crossing, in Witkoppen Road, in the same area northwest of Johannesburg. “Trojan is part of a winning recipe,” da Silva says.
Fancourt Office Park is situated at the corner of Northumberland and Malibongwe Road, and offers turnkey rental arrangements for tenants. Security is another feature of the complex, which is fully kitted with state-of-the-art camera surveillance, access control and a fibre-optic network infrastructure with instant voice and data facility.