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Matus Warehouse, Gosforth Park, Germiston, South Africa

At the Gosforth Park warehouse installation, a total of 325 square metres of VistaClad was used on the exterior of the building. A further 58 square metres of VistaClad was used for ceiling and soffit cladding to complete the small balcony area and the exterior of the reception and office area. The construction of the new warehouse was carried out by Abbeydale Building and Civils, and the cladding was installed by Eva-Last Projects. The project was completed in December 2022, and the warehouse has been operational since January 2023.

Expand Your Vision With Apex Plus

Enjoy the best view of the city or countryside and maximise the panoramic possibilities of your project with the latest composite decking technology from Eva-Last.

Whether it’s a viewing deck on the ski slopes of St. Moritz or a safari lodge in the Serengeti, Eva-Last’s advanced decking will turn your vision into reality without limitations.

Turning A House Into A Home

There’s nothing quite like a woman’s touch to turn a house into a home. Nowadays, more and more ladies are making major decisions beyond the “soft” interior décor and design of their homes and having their say in their exteriors too.

This Mother’s Day we’re celebrating that fine female finesse that transforms simple structures into stunning habitats where memories can be made.

Trends & Tech In The Building Materials Market

Urbanisation and Sustainable Development are key economic drivers leading the global construction industry’s post-pandemic recovery. Despite supply-chain stoppages, rising raw material costs and the recessionary-effect of rising inflation and interest rates, these two (seemingly) diametrically opposed trends are driving innovation and development in the advanced building materials market.

Building For A Greener Future

Leading international bamboo composite building materials manufacturer Eva-Last are building for a greener future faster than its primary raw material bamboo takes to replenish!

The company supplies sustainable composite decking, cladding, architectural beams and railing made from recycled plastic combined with fast-growing bamboo to over 32 countries around the world.

Trash To Treasure For A Sustainable Built Environment

The well-known proverb “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure” has never been truer than on Global Recycling Day, Saturday 18 March 2023. With over 8.3 billion metric tons of mostly single-use plastics manufactured globally since the start of its large-scale production in 1950, and only 9% ever recycled , the imperative to Reduce, Reuse and Recycle plastic has never been more urgent.

Why Contractors Love Eva-Last

Eva-Last, a leading manufacturer and supplier of composite building materials, is fortunate to enjoy special relationships with a great number of contractors who swear by using Eva-Last products given the all-round virtue and value of the materials. So what exactly do the experts think and why do they love Eva-Last?

Insika Lodge, Victoria Falls

Insika is an isi-Ndebele word meaning “Pillar of Strength” and refers to the column or pillar of cloud that rises up from the Victoria Falls at various times of the year. Some say it is visible from kilometres away. Insika Lodge is situated on the banks of the Zambezi River on a nature reserve, and adjoining golf course.

World Wildlife Day

Celebrating Wildlife

Theodore Roosevelt once said: “The wildlife and its habitat cannot speak, so we must, and we will.” To do just that, March 3, 2023 has been proclaimed as World Wildlife Day. This year’s global event will be the 10th anniversary of this initiative, launched by the United Nations General Assembly, to celebrate and raise awareness of the world’s plants and animals.

Zimbali Walkways, Zimbali Estate, Dolphin Coast, KwaZulu-Natal

What makes Zimbali Estate so special is that a good portion of its 925 acreage is populated by lush indigenous Coastal Forest. The 50-hectare reserve within the estate, including all dunes within this area, have been proclaimed a natural conservation site, and are home to a rich heritage of local fauna and flora. No less than 85 bird species have been identified in the area, and animal species include a variety of buck, banded mongoose and wild pig. Located less than half an hour’s drive north of Durban, Zimbali combines upmarket residential areas with unspoiled ocean-front holiday and conference accommodation. Limited pathways and wooden viewing decks meandering through these areas allow residents and visitors to immerse themselves in the untamed natural surrounds.