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South Africa is experiencing a hospital crisis with state and private hospitals reaching capacity, driving an urgent need for more triage centres and field hospitals as Covid-19 infections surge. The Western Cape has shown that rapid response infrastructure is the most viable solution to help meet the escalating need, says Mandy Mulder of temporary infrastructure specialists Chattels. 

The next period is set to be very challenging for the commercial real estate industry across Africa as COVID-19 takes its toll on the economy. However, according to Tim White of leading Pan-African construction solutions company Profica, logistics and warehousing have strong fundamentals in place which may see the industrial sector weather the storm and emerge with a more positive long-term outlook. 

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The global digital evolution has just been put into overdrive by COVID-19 as locked-down nations are forced to accelerate the shift online, driving a massive spike in data needs.Microsoft Teams has reached 44 million daily users and Zoom users exploded to 200 million in March from a 10 million previous maximum, as the share price rocketed 41% over 2 months since 16 February. Matthew Renshaw, Chief Operating Officer of pan-African construction solutions company Profica, says that as businesses and even entire economies play rapid catch-up, the current pandemic challenge is throwing the need for local infrastructure to provide rapid, high-availability data centre services in Africa into sharp relief.

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.