Local Company Breaks into Namibia Rentals Market for Neckartal Dam Construction

As the construction of the Namibia's largest dam, the Neckartal Dam, is underway along the Fish River; South African company, Kwikspace Modular Buildings (Kwikspace) has made a contribution to the progress thereof, having been contracted to provide prefabricated rental units for the construction team.

This project which took place at the beginning of June 2014 is a milestone for the company as it marks their first ever delivery of rental units in Namibia. They have the largest rentals fleet in Sub-Saharan Africa and have had extensive prior involvement in Namibia.

The construction of the Neckartal Dam is of great significance to the country as it will create a reservoir capable of holding 857 million cubic metres of water, based on figures by Salini Impregilo S.p.A. On completion, the dam will bring about economic growth and prosperity in the country as it will be used for power production, irrigation and agricultural development. In addition, the development thereof has created a number of job opportunities.

To ensure the smooth running of the construction process, the completion of infrastructure such as accommodation camps and office space for the construction team is an essential factor. For this reason, Kwikspace's rapidly deployed units are highly suitable to the project requirements.

Comments Kwikspace Modular Buildings' Regional Sales Manager for the Western Cape, Leon du Plessis: "We value the fact that we are able to contribute to a project that will see great growth take place in our neighbouring country, and we're equally pleased that we have entered new territory with our rentals fleet."

Kwikspace Modular Buildings can be contacted on +27 21 905 9093. Visit www.kwikspace.co.za for further information.

For further press information, contact dei Gratia on +27 21 553 0314 or at info@dei-gratia.co.za

Source: http://www.salini-impregilo.com/en/projects/in-progress/dams-hydroelectric-plants-hydraulic-works/neckartal-dam-project.html