The Department of Public Works Minister, Nkosinathi Nhleko will engage with private sector investors in State Coastal Properties in the Western Cape.
The Western Cape is now generating construction projects worth billions of rands which will create much-needed jobs in the province. Growth for the Western Cape is predicted to be 2.1% this year and is set to increase to 2.8% by 2018.
The Department of Public Works is set to finalise the Baseline Study on the Transformation of the Property Sector in order to realise the goals of radical economic transformation.
Since being appointed by the Western Cape Department of Transport & Public Works in 2012 to provide civil and structural engineering services for schools being upgraded under the Department of Basic Education’s Accelerated Schools Infrastructure Delivery Initiative (ASIDI), WorleyParsons, an EPCM business, is working on several school projects in the province.