Company Awards to Concor Construction (formerly Murray & Roberts Construction).

Concor’s proven track record has reaped numerous awards throughout our history. We firmly instil excellence in all our projects and this is exemplified in these results:

Construction World Best Projects

2003: Rehabilitation of Chapmans Peak Drive – (Winner: Civil Engineering)

2008: Lusip Dams – (Commendation)

2009: Freedom Park – (Winner: Buildings Afrisam Innovation Award)

2009: Department of International Relations – (Commendation)

2010: Cape Town Stadium – (Joint Winner with WBHO partner: Civil Engineering)

2011: Bedford and Braamhoek Dams – (Special Mention)

2011: Medupi Power Station Chimneys and Silos – (Winner: Civil Engineering)

2012: Kumba Rail Deviations – (Commendation)

2013: BDO on Wellington – (Runner-up: Buildings)

2013: N2 Section 11 Coega to Colchester – (Commendation)

2013: Portside Skyscraper – (Winner: Building Contractors)

2017: Menlyn Shopping Centre – (Winner: Building Contractors)

2018: N2 Mtunzini – (Winner: Civil Engineering)

2019: Oxford Parks BPSA – (Winner: Buildings Afrisam Innovation Award)

Fulton Awards

1981: SASOL 3: 301-meter steam plant chimney – (Winner: Civil Engineering)

1981: Port Elizabeth Straddle Carrier Workshop – (Winner: Excellence in use of concrete)

1983: Bloukrans Bridge – (Winner: Excellence in use of concrete)

1989: Lenasia Interchange Bridge – (Commendation)

1998: Lesotho Highlands: Katze Dam JV – (Joint Winner with Hotchief partner: Civil Engineering)

2001: Mozal Smelter – (Winner: Excellence in use of concrete)

2005: Port of Nqura – (Commendation)

2005: Zambesi River Bridge – (Commendation)

2005: Chapmans Peak Drive – (Winner: Design)

2005: Lesotho Highlands: Mohale Dam JV – (Joint Winner with Hotchief partner: Civil Eng / Constr Technique)

2007: Impala Plats No 16 Shaft: Headgear – (Winner: Civil Engineering)

2007: Durban Harbor Services Tunnel – (Winner: Construction Techniques)

2019: Grayston Bridge – (Commendation)

South African Property Owners Association

2010: Department of International Relations – (Winner: Best Office and Overall)

2019: Embassy Towers – (Winner: Residential development)

Nedbank Sustainability Awards

2014: GCIS Tshedimosetso House  – (Winner: Infrastructure and renewable energy)

2014: Transnet City Deep Container Terminal – (Runner up: Infrastructure and renewable energy)

LEAF Awards

2006: Bahrain World Trade Centre – (Winner: Best use of technology)

Nova Awards

2009: Bahrain World Trade Centre – (Winner: Innovation in integrating technology)

Eskom

1997: Majuba Power Station – (Winner: Quality in Engineering)

Master Builders Safety Awards

Gauteng Branch

2001: Projects R200 Million and above category – (Winners: Makhado Correctional Services)

2001: Projects R200 Million and above category – (Second Place: Airport Contractors – New domestic terminal at OR Tambo International)

2001: Projects R50 Million to R200 Million category – (Winners: UG2 concentrator)

2008: Projects R500 Million plus category – (Winner: Melrose Arch Piazza)

2008: Projects R200 Million to R 500 Million – (Winner: Melrose Arch Hotel)

Western Cape Branch

2001: Projects R 50 million to R200 million category – (Winners: Caledon Casino)

2014: Projects R100 million to R150 million category – (Winner: Kingsbury Hospital)

2019: Projects R14 million to R 40 million category – (Winner: Signature LuX)

2019: Projects R100 million to R150 million category – (Winner: 16 Nettelton Road)

2019: Projects R250 million to R450 million category – (winner: Aurum Luxury Lifestyle)