Tri-Star Construction has a rich and long history in the South African construction industry with over 41 years of experience and has enjoyed reasonably constant organic growth throughout its life cycle.
The past few years have been a particularly interesting time in which Tri-Star Construction has become proudly BBBEE Level 1 to further underpin their growth trajectory. While completing several successful, larger size, flag ship contracts, the company has maintained a constantly-increasing housing order book. In the extremely competitive affordable and low-cost housing construction space, Tri-Star Construction is seen as an industry leader, delivering projects in unprecedented time frames and at high-quality.
The true Tri-Star Construction success story is experienced in the communities in which the housing projects are being built. The company works closely with local communities, especially in the long-term construction projects in mega city precincts such as Riverside View Diepsloot, Clayville Olifantsfontein, Cosmo City, Fleurhof, Jabulani Soweto and Belhar in the Western Cape. The continuous successful delivery of projects in these areas depends heavily on community involvement and cooperation. The relationships are forged through ingenious upliftment methods, corporate social investment initiatives, communication, and teamwork.
“Tri-Star Construction is proud of the positive impact in the communities they work with, the string of sustainable SMME companies that the company has assisted in building with the community members and the long-term business relationships that have come to being and continue to evolve and grow,” says Maurice Williams, Contracts Director. Another such initiative is the Tri-Star Training Academy that has graduated its first group of students from disadvantaged backgrounds in 2020 and they plan to double the student intake in 2021.
“We remain committed to the industry and continue to strengthen our ability to function successfully and sustainably in this space through continually striving to improve the service to our clients and positively impact the communities within which we work,” concludes Williams.