Timber iQ - Design & Construction, a new industry-focused title from Trademax Publications, is a high-end, glossy magazine focusing on all aspects of timber design and construction in Southern Africa. Timber iQ engages industry leaders to bring to its readers the very best in industry insight, as well as in-depth project focus features that will showcase some of the most beautiful timber-infused architecture in Southern Africa. Timber iQ pays homage to timber, not only as a practical and green building material, but an aesthetically pleasing alternative to traditional building materials. Our market includes the architect, quantity surveyors, the developer, the designer, the contractor, the builder, the furniture manufacturer, as well as the owners of beautifully crafted and designed timber homes.
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SA Roofing is the only publication in South Africa that is dedicated exclusively to the residential, commercial and industrial roofing and re-roofing industries. SA Roofing magazine reports on current issues and topics relating to both inner and outer roofing systems and is widely subscribed to by key people in the roofing and construction industries, as well as the public and private property development sectors. Architects, quantity surveyors and structural engineers form an integral part of our readership.
Forestry South Africa (FSA) is South Africa's premier and largest forestry organisation representing growers of timber in South Africa. The Association’s membership includes all 11 corporate forestry companies active in the Industry, approximately 1 300 commercial timber farmers and some 20 000 emergent small scale growers who between them own or control no less than 93% of the total plantation area in the country. Given these credentials FSA is regarded by Government and the private sector alike as being the Industry’s “representative body”.
For nearly two decades, Construction Review has developed a readership of key decision makers and opinion leaders involved in the construction industry in Africa. With a circulation that is tightly controlled and constantly updated, Construction Review ensures delivery of relevant information to the optimum audience possible. The magazine’s strength lies in reaching key executives in businesses that command the direction of a region’s construction industry and its readership comprises of Architects, Engineers, Developers, Quantity Surveyors, Town Planners, Interior Designers, Project Managers, Contractors, Suppliers, Equipment Dealers, and many more. Construction Review is tailored to the needs of members of relevant associations, governmental bodies and other personnel in the building and construction industry as well as suppliers of plant & equipment, materials and services in Africa.
Construction World is targeted at both the civil engineering and building industries and its content addresses the needs of relevant professional organisations, government, private industry, and suppliers of equipment, products and services. The magazine provides insight into the activities of South African companies in local and international markets by focusing on news and interviews, contracts and projects, innovations in civil engineering, products and services, and construction equipment trends.
Construction World covers civil engineering, the building industry (concrete, steel and wood), and suppliers of products and equipment for the construction industry in South Africa and across Africa. Construction World looks at infrastructure projects in Africa as well as African roads and bridges, cement technology, construction equipment, steel construction and wood construction.
In addition to the audited circulation of more than 5 000 copies per month, it has a vibrant website (www.constructionworldmagazine.co.za), a weekly eNewsletter and a strong presence on social media.
BUILDMART Africa, is Africa's prime importers guide for foreign products, equipment & machinery in the Building & Construction industry. "BUILDMART" provides an excellent opportunity to any commercial organization in the building and construction industry that wishes to expand its market to the giant and needy market of Africa. Such organizations could be as follows. Manufactures, Exporters, Traders, Distributors, Agents & Wholesalers. Builders, Contractors, Industrial project consultants Airlines, Hotels, Furnished apartments, Tourism & Cargo companies Free Zones, Financial & Investment companies, etc.
Expansion of market is a major concern for any firm today. Africa is a market which is huge and has not been conquered by competition as any other continents elsewhere. But, it is also the most difficult market to approach due to several reasons. BUILDMART provides an easy access for international companies to reach their prospective buyers/clients/partners in a very simple, economical but effective way.