Khato Civils showcases roads construction engineering

Road under construction
Road under construction

They may be well known for delivering world class water infrastructure projects across Africa, but Khato Civils this week gave viewers through its social media page, a hint of their diversity in engineering excellence as they showcased their road construction capabilities.

Thanks to the ongoing Mmamashia water treatment plant and associated waterworks project whose components among others include the re-laying of the wornout 2km stretch of road linking the Mmamashia treatment plant to the main road-A1, at the Oodi junction. Khato Civils media page went full blast with their latest exhibition with the state of the art cinematography, often using airborne cameras, to zoom into the details of the newly constructed stretch of the road. Other than water works, roads engineering and construction are another field Khato Civils has developed specialty where they also possess the highest possible industry grading, grade 9, as per the South African industry ratings.

Among their signature works in the field is the highly sophisticated Johannesburg double decker bridge construction project, which was executed with minimal disturbance of traffic. Khato Civils successfully rescued the project, which had turned into a nightmare for previous contractors. According to Khato Civils chief executive officer, Mongezi Mnyani the 2km road project is part of the associated works for the water treatment plant project. “It had dilapidated; it was an old road with potholes all over and Water Utilities Corporation decided it had to be replaced, as part of the on-going works'', he said. Raving about their latest accomplishments, Mnyani said: “We conducted a survey to see how our design would fit on the old road. We sampled the existing road’s materials for control purposes.

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