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Business Report - Sisulu sets her sights on retail sector

The Reconstruction and Development Programme

Oswaldo de Rivero: debunking the myths of development

abraham maslow's hierarchy of needs

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eProp - Your Commercial Property MarketPlace

Statement on Western Cape housing backlog

Low Cost Housing moladi

REDUCING ENERGY CONSUMPTION IN SHACKS BY THE USE OF LOW-COST INSULATION

THE ROLE OF THERMAL PERFORMANCE OF HOUSES IN STRATEGIC RDSM PLANNING

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Chris Johnson gives an insight into modern housing production: Extract from 'Homes dot com'. - On Line Opinion - 14/10/2004

Chris Johnson gives an insight into modern housing production: Extract from 'Homes dot com'. - On Line Opinion - 14/10/2004

Production line technology for housing - Chris Johnson - 2004
The house and the car are the two biggest purchases of most Australians. They are produced in vast numbers with ever changing styles. But the construction of the house remains as an arts and craft activity compared to the modern production processes for the car. Around the world this is changing as computer technology has opened up the design dream of using mass-production techniques to produce not endless copies of the same object, but diverse variations.

Look at the Holden production line in Elizabeth, Australia. Holden is capturing a new international market - it is not to be the world’s biggest, it is to be the best niche international supplier. Holden has used expertise to design special vehicles like the Commodore, which is built as one of only two rear-wheel drive platforms made by the com…

What is Lean Construction

SABCnews.com - south_africa/land_affairs

Making up for housing backlog -DAWN - Business; 2 May 2005

Rules of Success. #1: Sweat Equity is the best equity! - Blog Maverick - www.blogmaverick.com _

Rules of Success. #1: Sweat Equity is the best equity! - Blog Maverick - www.blogmaverick.com _: "I remember the foundation for each of my businesses. MicroSolutions was very simple. To use microcomputers and software to help our customers become more productive, profitable and gain a competitive advantage. "

The Economic Impact of HIV/AIDS on the Construction Sector and implications for the housing policy

A New Housing Policy and Strategy for South Africa