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Liviero's Site Safety Earns Two Prestigious National Awards

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28 September 2015

 

LIVIERO’S SITE SAFETY EARNS TWO PRESTIGIOUS NATIONAL AWARDS

 

Reflecting the group’s continuous drive for the safest sites, Liviero Building was the proud winner of two awards at the 2015 Master Builders South Africa (MBSA) National Safety Competition.

 

This is the second year running that Liviero has taken top honours in two of the 10 categories of this prestigious industry competition, reports CEO Neil Cloete. The company’s Durban University of Technology site won Category D, for contracts between R10 and R25 million, while its Jelf Taylor project in Durban edged out the competition to net first place in Category E, for contracts between R25 and R75 million.

 

Liviero Building was also the runner-up in the competition’s Category F – for projects between R75 and R150 million – and in Category H – for contracts between R300 and R500 million. The National MBSA Safety Awards are competed for by the Regional Competition winners.  Liviero Building secured no less than five Regional Awards, all of which then went forward to the National Competition. 

 

“We are extremely proud of our achievements in the construction industry’s leading health and safety competition. I must commend the outstanding team effort of our Liviero Building executives and staff that helped us bring home these awards,” Cloete concludes.

 

The MBSA National Safety Competition saw around 45 sites judged, according to strict criteria, when work peaked. MBSA appoints independent, qualified and experienced auditors to assess the sites, using the Master Builders audit system.

 

The 2015 awards were presented at a gala dinner in Johannesburg, during the annual Master Builders SA Congress.

 

Photo caption:

Liviero’s Wayne Schafer, Vuyo Mpondwana, Philani Vezi and Karthi Govender with the awards that the company won in this year’s Master Builders South Africa (MBSA) National Safety Competition

 

 

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