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AdMakers InternationalAdMakers International

With branches in Cape Town, Johannesburg, Montreal and New York, AdMakers International is the preferred marketing partner for some of the world’s foremost property developments.

AdMakers focuses exclusively on high-ticket items such as jets, luxury vehicles, yachts and high-end property projects. Renowned for their business sense, quick turnaround times, close-knit working environment and dynamic team, the agency has won highly acclaimed international marketing awards:

• International Homes Property Awards, London (Oscars of Property) – 21 Awards won from 2002–2007 for category “World’s Best Property Marketing”

• Sappi International Print Awards – 11 Awards won from 2003–2007 for the excellence of our printed material

• Benny Premier Print Awards 2007, USA – 1st prize won in the world’s largest, most prestigious, print awards ceremony – acknowledging AdMakers as producer of the best printing work in the world

AdMakers International Property Awards

Robenco Construction

Robenco Construction

R G Henderson Bsc. (Civ ) Eng

Mr Henderson has had over 39 years experience in the Building and Civil Contracting Industry, during which time he spent nearly 14 years in Mauritius as Managing Director of the Longtill Group of Companies.

From 1992 to 1997 he was Managing Director of Murray & Roberts Housing (Pty) Ltd. and for the last 10 years has set up and managed, together with a core of capable staff, his own Building and Civil Engineering Company, Robenco Construction (Pty) Ltd.

Projects successfully completed during this time include:

Housing (Whole spectrum from mass low income to luxury upmarket individual, student villages and townhouse developments, in excess of 30,000 units).

Low Rise Hotels (Including the St Geran in Mauritius, Landmark Lodges in Midrand & Pietersburg).

Churches and Christian Radio Station (Impact Radio Headquarters)

Security / Retirement Villages

Shopping Centres • Office Complexes

Factories (Including Motor Assemblies in Prospecton, Durban and Dunlop Tyre Factory in Ladysmith)

Distillery (Gilbeys)

Bridges / Culverts (Including Rail Bridges on Vryheid / Richards Bay line, Albert Park Interchange)

Silos (Including Alusaf Bauxite and South African Breweries)

Warehouses (Including 75,000 m2 Storage Depot for Mauritius Jute Industry)

Mr Henderson has served in executive positions in various professional organisations, including the Mauritian Association of Professional Engineers, Rotary, Toastmasters International, The National Association of Home Builders and The South African Residential Developers Association.

Northpoint ArchitectsNorthpoint Architects

Northpoint’s major strength lies in its ability to produce imaginative design solutions for large-scale mixed-use developments. The firm offers a wide range of professional services with the necessary back-up to handle complex projects from inception to completion.

The company specialises in conceptual architecture, producing innovative design solutions for leisure developments, hotels and large scale resorts as well as high and low-rise residential developments. Their experience in conceptualising and constructing projects of this nature, both in South Africa and abroad, is substantial. It has earned them a reputation as leaders in their field, resulting in international design commissions from the USA, the United Arab Emirates, the Far East, Europe, Northern and Central Africa and in the Indian Ocean islands of Seychelles and Mauritius. In most instances, Northpoint prefers to develop close working relationships with local architects in the countries in which projects are based.

The Directors and Associate Partners of Northpoint have, over the duration of their professional careers, been involved in the design of a wide range of building types. Examples of the range of project types include:

Master Planning
Preparation of Master Plans for a wide variety of significant projects, ranging from large scale urban redevelopment projects to the planning of entire districts, towns and islands.

Hospitality & Entertainment Developments
Hotels, Hotel Resorts and Casinos, Country Clubs, Golf Resorts, entertainment and related facilities, renovations to numerous leisure orientated facilities

Residential Developments
Major Residential Estates, Individual Homes, Retirement Villages

Commercial & Retail Developments
Shopping Centres, Cinemas, Corporate Head Office Projects, Office Buildings, Office Parks, Medical Suites

Industrial Developments
Warehouses, Factories, Industrial Kitchens (for the Airline Industry), Industrial Parks

The company’s impressive portfolio of projects include, among others, Atlantis at The Palm – Dubai; Fregate Island Hotel and Sundry Services – Seychelles; Medina Al Serab – Bahrain; Marrakech Golf Estate – Morocco.

DenoonSampson Ndlovo INC.Denoon Sampson Ndlovu Inc.
Conveyancing Attorneys

Established 17 years ago, Denoon Sampson Ndlovu Inc. was one of the first conveyancing firms to open its doors in the Sandton Central Business District.

This boutique firm was founded by Denoon Sampson, who was later joined by Directors, Justin Ndlovu and Dave Pennington, and other shareholders. The staff complement is approximately 27 people including 4 Conveyancers and 2 Notary Publics.

The company focuses on Finance, Conveyancing, Township Development, Notarial work, the widest range of property disputes and all commercial work peripheral and related to property development (i.e. joint ventures, sales of shares agreements, indemnity and suretyship agreements and Environmental Legislation in so far as it impacts on property development).

Clients and advocates for the firm speak highly of the high calibre conveyancing staff they employ and of the company being small enough to render personalised service with sufficient backup and depth to satisfy the needs of any major corporate client.

Denoon Sampson Ndlovu Inc. is currently involved in a number of very exciting property development projects for reputable developers. This includes residential, commercial and industrial developments. Some of our clients include property listed companies i.e. Sable Holdings Limited, City Property Administrators (Octodec Limited & Premium Properties Limited). The company calls itself a firm that believes in building lasting mutually beneficial relationships.

DenoonSampson Ndlovo INC.WEYLANDTS

1964:  Weylandts’ beginning
In 1964, Edgar Weylandt opened the doors to the first Weylandts store. Situated in Windhoek, Namibia, this humble furniture retail store was the beginning what is today a five store interiors retail chain. In the same year, Edgar’s son, Chris Weylandt is born.

1990: Chris visits Namibia en route to Europe
Whilst living in South Africa, Chris paid his family in Namibia a visit en route to Europe. Taking an instant interest in the family business, Chris decided to stay in Namibia and work with his family. What was initially meant as a brief detour became five years of work experience in the family business.

1992: Chris and Thomas Weylandt buy manufacturing plant
Chris and his older brother, Thomas, buy a small manufacturing plant in Okahandja, Namibia. They expand the plant to meet the demand for stock in the Windhoek shop, as well as to export stock to South Africa.

1996: Chris sets up manufacturing plant in Cape Town
Chris relocates back to South Africa and sets up a manufacturing plant in Cape Town. He develops and manufactures a complete new range of furniture and begins to supply to the major furniture retailers in South Africa.

1997: Chris travels to Indonesia
Chris embarks on his first journey to source new products for Weylandts. His travels take him to Indonesia, and whilst there Chris establishes contacts in Indonesia with whom he can also design and produce new ranges for Weylandts

1998: Weylandts branches into the retail arena
Ready for a new challenge, Chris decides to take Weylandts into the retail arena. Buying property in Durbanville, Chris buildsa 2 500m, six level destination retail outlet.

1999: Weylandts first Homestore opens in Durbanville
Chris opens the first Weylandts Homestore in Durbanville. Stocked with an extensive range of Indonesian furniture, as well as ranges designed, developed and manufactured by Weylandts, the store was an instant success.

2001: Weylandts opens in Green Point
A 3 000m and three level destination store opens in a renovated warehouse in Green Point. Showing Weylandts’ commitment to urban renewal, this industrial building compliments the clean, contemporary furniture and interesting objects found within its walls.

2001: Weylandts imports shell chair
Always on the look out for inspiring pieces, Chris imports the shell chair from Denmark. Designed and produced in Denmark, this chair becomes an iconic piece amongst all the Weylandts ranges.

2002: Weylandts develops and launches the Casa Range
Inspired by simple, clean lined European designs, the timeless Casa Range was designed and developed by the Weylandts team.

2002: Weylandts opens in Knysna
The Knysna store opens on the trendy Thessen Island. Situated in an old boatshed, Weylandts once again breaks new ground as one of the first tenants in this development.

2003: Weylandts imports Steamer Lounger
Chris roams the East for inspiration and returns with the Steamer Lounger from Malaysia. It is an instant success and is still today one of our most popular imported pieces.

2003: Weylandts opens in Fourways, Gauteng
Weylandts opens for business in Fourways, Gauteng. This 3 500m, three level building offers a unique shopping experience.

2003: Weylandts develops and launches the Solo Sofa
Inspired by Scandinavian design, the Solo Sofa is compact, clean and identified by it’s contemporary lines.

2004: Weylandts Homeware Distribution Centre opens
Due to Chris’ travels, there was ever increasing stock of homeware from around the globe. To house this stock, the Weylandts Homeware Distribution Centre is opened in Cape Town.

2004: Weylandts opens in Swakopmund, Namibia.
Situated in a beautiful, old warehouse in the centre of town, this Weylandts store soon becomes a landmark in town.

2004: Weylandts imports pieces from Philippines
Weylandts starts importing vibrant and edgy designer pieces from the Philippines. One such piece is the award winning Egg Table.

2004: Chris travels to remote regions in China
To source Chinese antiques, Chris travels to remote regions in China. These feature items compliment the clean, contemporary designs that have become synonymous with the Weylandts brand.

2005: Weylandts Warehouse and Distribution Centre opens
In response to increased demands, Weylandts set up a state of the art Warehouse and Distribution Centre in Gauteng.

2005: Knysna Weylandts relocates
In support of urban renewal, the Knysna store relocates to an industrial area. This move allows the store to become a bigger, free standing destination store.

2005: Weylandts opens in Menlyn
In response to the growing demand for Weylandts products in the Pretoria area, Weylandts Menlyn opens its doors.

2005: Weylandts becomes sole Kenneth Cobonpue distributor
Recognising the individuality of Kenneth Cobonpue’s work, Weylandts becomes sole distributor for Kenneth’s designs in Southern Africa.

 2006: Renovation and re launch of Weylandts Durbanville
To showcase Weylandts’ increased focus on designer pieces and unusual artworks sourced from around the world, the Durbanville store is completely renovated and re launched as a white shell of the space which allows for innovative ways of merchandising products.

2006: Weylandts imports ranges from Belgium
Returning to Europe for fresh inspiration, Chris imports teak ranges from Ethnicraft, the Belgium based leading furniture manufacturer.

2007: Weylandts furnishes opening of CNBC
Weylandts is honoured with an invite to furnish the prestigious opening of the CNBC, attended by influential people from all over the world, including our president, Thabo Mbeki.

2007: Weylandts sponsors Big Brother Africa
Always at the forefront of contemporary culture, Weylandts accepted an offer to sponsor the reality TV show, Big Brother Africa.

2007: Knysna Weylandts relocates
Knysna store relocates back to Thessen Island. The new premises are in an original saw mill, complete with massive yellow wood beams.

2007: Weylandts sponsors House of the Year Awards
Weylandts partners with House and Leisure magazine in a sponsorship of the much anticipated annual House of the Year awards.

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