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ROAD MAINTENANCE CONSULTANTS

QUALITY PRODUCTS

CERTIFIED

LEVEL 1 B-BBEE

CARE FOR ENVIRONMENT

KBK RMC Pty (Ltd)

KBK-RMC is a black owned road maintenance company with the sole focus on road maintenance and smaller infrastructure contracts. KBK-RMC has two branch offices, one in Pretoria, and the other, in Bloemfontein. Although relatively new, KBK-RMC boasts a vast depth of excellent experience in road maintenance and other infrastructure projects funded by reputable clients such as National and Provincial Roads Authorities, Municipalities, Mines and Private clients.

KBK-RMC is BBBEE and ISO 9001: 2015 compliant. KBK-RMC is a BBBEE level 1 contributor.

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EXPERTISE IN

ROAD MAINTENANCE

WHAT WE DO

The sole focus of KBK-RMC is on road maintenance and smaller infrastructure contracts, with particular interest in resurfacing and routine road maintenance contracts.

Road Maintenance

Our road maintenance division focuses mainly on:

  • Routine Route Maintenance (RRM),
  • Performance Based Road Markings (PBRM) and
  • Resurfacing (Re-Seal) contracts.

We offer the following range of services on road maintenance contracts:

  1. Planning and feasibility study,
  2. Preliminary and detailed design,
  3. Pavement design and Geometric design,
  4. Drainage and storm-water condition reporting and design,
  5. Bridges, culverts and tunnels inspection and condition reporting,
  6. Tender documentation and tender process management,
  7. Construction monitoring and contract administration, and
  8. Post-construction services,

Abnormal Load Route Clearance

Passage of abnormal or “super” loads on all roads in Southern Africa is strictly monitored and regulated. Hence, before any such load is permitted on a route, it is a requirement that a route clearance survey be carried out. KBK‑RMC has extensive experience and provides the following service:

  1. Identification of trailer,
  2. Abnormal load axle configuration and loading definition,
  3. Visual condition survey of the carriageway, the pavement and related roadside furniture,
  4. Visual inspection of bridges and other structures,
  5. Assessment of public utilities such as electricity and telephone lines,
  6. Structural checks of the effect of the abnormal load on bridges in comparison with design loads.

Structures

We provide structural engineering consulting services on all types of commercial and industrial buildings such as:

  • Office Developments,
  • Shopping Centers,
  • Major Distribution Warehouses,
  • Heavy Industrial Buildings,
  • Bridges, Culverts and Major Culverts,
  • Mining Structures and Reservoirs.

Our structural engineering consulting services include:

  1. Planning and Feasibility study,
  2. Structural concrete and steel design,
  3. Reinforcement detailing,
  4. Tender documentation and tender process management,
  5. Construction monitoring and contract administration, and
  6. Post-construction services,

Civil Services

We offer planning, reporting, design and construction monitoring services on:

  1. Pipeline projects,
  2. Bulk water, sewer and storm-water services for township development,
  3. Internal water reticulation for residential and non-residential developments,
  4. Earthworks platforms and sports fields

PORTFOLIO

Road Maintenance depicted

Abnormal Load Route Clearance depicted

Structures depicted

Structures before rehabilitation

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CONTACT US

GET IN TOUCH

KBK RMC (PTY) Ltd

PRETORIA

Block A
314 Glenwood Road
Lynnwood Park, Pretoria,
0081

Contact Person
Mr Steve Skhosana Pr. Eng
T: (+27) 012 348 1822
F: (+27) 012 348 1823
E: steves@kbkrmc.co.za

PO Box 74764,
Lynnwood Ridge,
0040

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KBK RMC (PTY) Ltd

BLOEMFONTEIN

Office 43, Pretty Gardens Lifestyle Centre, Du Plessis Avenue, Langenhovenpark,
9330

Contact Person
Mr Henk Pretorius Pr. Eng
T: (+27) 051 451 1027
F: (+27) 051 072 0028
E: henkp@kbkrmc.co.za

PO Box 25944, Langenhovenpark, 9330, Bloemfontein, South Africa

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