ROADWORKS & TRANSPORTATION

Keeping South Africans connected

At Barzani, we ensure that the roads we build are more than sufficient, not only meeting the demands today, but also those of the future.

NATIONAL ROADS

We keep South Africa connected by managing excavation and layer works, supplying durable products for maximum sustainability. To repair extreme damage by heavy vehicles, our backfilling services and sub-base construction ensure that Barzani-built roads will stand the test of time.

We refurbish and rehabilitate roads and bridges, accommodating future demand with our advanced in-line paving and micro-servicing construction. For less damaged roads we encourage an eco-friendlier and less expensive alternative.

STORMWATER DRAINS

Thorough planning and proven engineering principles are at work in our preventative structures. Maintenance and sustainability are key. Durable construction methods and materials mean our stormwater drains withstand the onslaughts of nature.

GRAVEL ROAD UPGRADES

Connecting rural settlements to food, medical supplies, job opportunities and family, gravel roads take a beating. Bad weather and heavy traffic can leave massive potholes that are dangerous and make areas inaccessible. Barzani is equipped to upgrade these roads, rapidly and cost-effectively.

ROAD MARKINGS

To ensure the safety of road users, we insist on using the best quality illuminated visible paint to separate lanes and display directional signage. At night, our range of durable cat-eyes and textured speed humps provide added reassurance.

BUS, TAXI AND RAILWAY TERMINALS

Most South Africans use public transport daily. A linked network of terminals help to optimise accessibility and capacity and efficiency.

At Barzani we are proud to play a role in the building and upkeep of the nation’s networks. We make public transport an easier choice for people on the move. We do so by creating central bus terminals and taxi ranks that are easy to access and strategically located. Furthermore, we contribute to upholding South Africa’s reputation as the best developed railway system in Africa.

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