Saint-Gobain Sub-Saharan Africa Delegation in South Africa
NO 1 Shale Road,
N1 Business Park
Old Johannesburg and Tlokwa roads
Kosmodal – Ext. 7
In Côte d’Ivoire, Saint-Gobain PAM solutions were selected by the national water distribution company ONEP to supply water to the cities of Gagnoa and Sinfra, northwest of Abidjan.
This year, to celebrate what would have been Nelson Mandela’s 100th birthday, we want to make a difference at 10 schools on the African continent with initiatives ranging from insulating ceilings to improving ablution facilities. Our employees will dedicate time to do maintenance work, as well as collect stationery, educational books and magazines.
Kennedy Sithole, projects and export manager for Saint-Gobain PAM, Southern Africa region, takes you through a recently completed project in the Northern Cape province.
Saint-Gobain has been recently featured in Sustainable Business Magazine, a unique magazine which presents articles on associations, universities, and companies from various industries.
For the third year in a row, Saint-Gobain has been certified Top Employer Global. It is one of 13 companies worldwide to have received this certification label. This year, 31 countries in which Saint-Gobain operates were considered – South Africa being one of them.
Strengthening our business on a cricket field in Tanzania.
Saint-Gobain held a one-day workshop in Lagos, Nigeria, on September 14, presenting innovative solutions to install and finish plasterboard partitions.
Saint-Gobain's commitment to providing sustainable buiding materials for comfortable spaces was recently featured in Premium Homes Magazine, Ghana.
On Africa Day (25 May), which marks the day when the Organisation of Africa Unity (OAU) was formed in 1963, Saint-Gobain in sub-Saharan Africa is engaging with an initiative geared at celebrating architecture in Africa. The inaugural Africa Architecture Awards is the first dedicated Pan-African awards programme of its kind. Launched by Saint-Gobain, the awards aim to recognise and reward worthy projects from across the African continent, with one overall winner garnering a $10 000 grand prize.
More than 33 000 tons of Saint-Gobain PAM pipes and fittings, representing 93 km of pipes are being delivered in Mozambique to connect the dam of Corumana with the city of Maputo. The building works should be completed by February 2018.
GETTING TO GRIPS WITH CONCRETE IN GHANA
Like you, I used to be a VIE
A message from Jean-Claude Lasserre, Saint-Gobain CEO for Sub-Saharan Africa
The Saint-Gobain MultiComfort House Students Contest is an international competition dedicated to architecture and engineering students to encourage the design of comfortable and sustainable living spaces.
Saint-Gobain opened its experience center at its new representative office in Nairobi. More than a mere showroom, this space will enable the visitor to discover and experience how Saint-Gobain building solutions can make a difference in people’s daily life.
Saint-Gobain designs, manufactures and distributes materials and solutions which are key ingredients in the wellbeing of each of us and the future of all.
Terri Wills on Saint-Gobain at GBCSA
Sub-Saharan Africa has experienced rapid population and economic growth in the past ten years. Saint-Gobain is contributing to its development by providing a tailored range of construction materials and services.
Le confort du logement est indissociable du bien-être résume une enquête menée pour Saint-Gobain par un organisme spécialisé (OpinionWay).Pour 90 % des Français, le bien-être rime avec confort de logement :Pour une large majorité, leur habitat est confortable car il est équipé d’une bonne isolation thermique.
ECONOMISTS have long argued that the most efficient way to curb global warming is to put a price on the greenhouse-gas emissions that cause it. A total of 41 OECD and G20 governments have announced either a carbon tax or a cap-and-trade scheme, or both.
Sustainability is high on the agenda for Saint-Gobain, and from January 1st Saint-Gobain businesses in the Nordic region switch to green electricity.