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The Innovation Hub forms part of the Gauteng province’s strategy to encourage technology both in the province and in South Africa.
Our first office opened in South Africa in 1954 by Jack Zunz and Michael Lewis. In the intervening years, we have continued to showcase our expertise in design, planning and execution in the built environment; whilst upholding our commitment to developing sustainable communities. Our African Cities research ties in with on-the-ground urbanisation projects, enabling us to offer total design solutions. These include transport and logistics planning; large infrastructure; property solutions; and energy efficiencies, including one of the largest photovoltaic power plants in the world, the SCDA3 75MW PV facility.
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Since Arup opened its doors in 1954, we have shaped the iconic Jo’burg skyline with projects like the Telkom Tower, where we were the consulting engineers. We’ve contributed growth through our conceptual design, master planning and project management of OR Tambo International Airport and Melrose Arch, one of Jo’burg’s first mixed-use developments.
We remain at the forefront of innovation: unique heating and cooling systems for the Constitutional Court; programme management for the Innovation Hub, South Africa’s first science and technology park; and Twinsaver, a state of the art manufacturing plant using our Virtual Reality coordination and integration services. We continue to shape the skyline, with the breath-taking PwC Tower.
Our teams have been instrumental in developing policies that provide the framework for property development around public transport interchanges including the Tshwane precinct and becoming the Independent Certifier for Gautrain, a rapid rail system linking Johannesburg and Pretoria to the airport.
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