Selcrete recently deployed a demo run of its technology and innovative building material by building a new house for an Ekurhuleni resident. It plans to utilise its building material to build 100,000 residential and commercial units in the City of Ekurhuleni Municipality on the East Rand of Gauteng over the next three years.
The house is the first of its kind in the area and it was designed by CMAI Architects. It was built using Selcrete's panel system, which comprises a trademarked combination of cement, polystyrene and additive. The house consists of two bedrooms, a lounge/dining room, one bathroom with a toilet, shower and basin, and a kitchen.
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