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Uni-Span's principal hire yard is located in North Riding, Johannesburg, on a 20 000m² site. The yard is perfectly situated to distribute stock to Uni-Span Botswana and to the branches in Lephalale and Secunda. Uni-Span Botswana is the market leader in Botswana and services Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe from the operation. Uni-Span has recently opened a fully fledged branch in Ghana to service West Africa.

Uni-Span Formwork & Scaffolding carries large stocks of formwork, supportwork and access scaffolding systems, enabling a reliable supply chain to service the branches and customers. Uni-Span also carries substantial quantities of the modern lightweight Alufort decking system, allowing for fast track erection and pouring and dismantling of suspended slabs. Uni-span also utilises its Uni-Deck and conventional decking panels and kwikstrip beam building systems.

A substantial stock holding of the German NOE Top timber faced walling system allows for fast track, off shutter and large volume wall pours on building and civil projects. We also hold large quantities of the economy form panel system.

Uni-Span has a centralised cleaning and refurbishing facility situated at Kya Sands. All equipment is consistently maintained to meet the high standards of safety and quality expected from the construction industry. The company is supported by an in house design office, utilising the latest CAD and 3D design software. This gives Uni-Span the ability to offer specific packages to suit our customer's preferences.

Our experienced design team can offer the most concise solutions for special, semi special and standard type formwork requirements.

Typical projects include: industrial plants, shopping centres, high rise buildings, water retaining structures, sewerage plants, bridges, tunnels, special moulds, climbing formwork, elevated water towers, industrial structures and power stations.

The company has formed strategic alliances in Durban, Cape Town and Mozambique to supply any requests in these regions which its branches are not able to service directly.