Friday, July 1, 2022

Stefanuti Stock and Codi Construction crowned Botswana’s No.1 Builders

After months of search by judges and clients alike to find and crown Botswana’s No. 1 Builder, PPC Botswana has announced Stefanuti Stocks Construction has won the Civil and Commercial Construction category of the competition and Codi Construction the Building Construction category.

Aside from the prestigious title of Botswana’s No.1 Builder and as reward for their exceptional work in the industry, both companies received one ton of PPC Cement. On top of this Codi Construction also received a Toyota double cab bakkie and Stefanuti Construction a 7 ton truck to assist with the everyday needs of their respective businesses.

“PPC would like to congratulate the winners and all the finalists in this inaugural competition, not forgetting all participants who made this competition the success it was. PPC is committed to the building industry in Botswana and through these landmark events we hope to continue to raise the level of workmanship and safety on worksites across the nation,” said PPC Botswana General Manager and competition judge, Werner de Beer, who attended the event.

Picked from a pool of numerous entries, the winners, who were chosen by a panel of judges, had to demonstrate their performance across a number of different areas of which safety and the quality of workmanship were key.

“While excellent workmanship was an important component in this competition we wanted to highlight our commitment to safety in the industry. For PPC our employees are the most important part of our business and their safety is paramount. By instilling this belief throughout Botswana we hope to make all construction sites as safe as our PPC sites,” said one of the judges.

“The construction industry in Botswana is helping this nation grow and we are pleased to be associated with PPC in this regard,” said Basiami, a TshipidiBadiri spokesperson. “I look forward to seeing the next entrants and watching how these awards improves the quality of work in the industry.”


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