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Construction solutions company Profica has partnered with temporary infrastructure specialists Chattels to deliver vital emergency healthcare facilities across South Africa. Rapid deployment of these facilities is underway to serve increased demands for triage and testing resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. 

It is very clear that dramatic healthcare capacity expansion has to be a priority now, across Africa and the globe, as countries grapple with the impact and potential impact of COVID-19. With a number of healthcare sector projects completed and underway, Matthew Renshaw, Chief Operating Officer of construction and property solutions company Profica, says his team is experienced, focused and ready to put 15 years of Pan-African experience to bear in managing the construction and upgrades of specialist healthcare facilities, now and beyond the pandemic.

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Q&A with Kenneth Oigo, Profica Director – Head of East Africa
East Africa’s growing economies have property investors and developers exploring the huge development potential there.  For leading property and construction solutions company, Profica, which has been operating on the continent for a number of years, experience has shown that the adoption of a long-term outlook is the critical factor when considering opportunities in the region.  Kenneth Oigo, Profica Director – Head of East Africa, discusses the region’s attraction and the in-country strategies that are, and will be, reaping rewards.
 

@Eastgateshops in Bedfordview is rain-ready after Profica tackled a major waterproofing project covering 13,560m2 of surface in the Piazza and parking areas, including the Mega Mica, with little disruption to shoppers and tenants. @liberty2degrees #Profica #ProjectManagement #PrincipalAgent #Retail

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From the Cape’s Harbour Arch to Cairo’s The Gate, mixed-use projects in Africa are revitalising urban nodes and mirroring the international upward trend of creating multifunctional precincts in urban areas. However, while there is a huge opportunity in developing mixed-use facilities in specific African regions, these projects are not without challenges and need to be correctly approached to maximise benefits, according to Tim White, CEO of Profica.