Protech Khuthele has been awarded three contracts comprising roads, construction and waterworks totalling R 350million.

Two waterworks contracts to the value of R65 million have been awarded to Protech Khuthele, the JSE-listed civil engineering and construction-related services group. The projects include a stormwater channel and a waste water treatment works at Grootegeluk mine in Lephalale.

The largest contract worth R285 million has been awarded by the Gauteng Department of Roads and Transport. The contract involves the construction of a new section of the R82 road between Walkerville and Eikenhof, south of Johannesburg.

“The implementation of the group’s strategic turnaround is progressing well and we are beginning to see the fruits of everyone’s efforts,” says Antony Page, Protech Khuthele CEO.

“As part of our upliftment and communities programme, we will be maximising the use of local resources, including skilled and unskilled men, women and people with disabilities. We will be providing training and opportunities for growth and development for both people and emerging businesses in the surrounding communities.”

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