The 2020 school year started particularly exciting for the 1 800 pupils as they entered the doors of the newlyconstructedNoordgesig Primary School, located in Soweto. Part of the school structure, which caters for Grades Rto 7, was built using Corobrik’s superior face brick range, once again highlighting government’s commitment toquality facilities for the nation’s youth.
The deployment of Corobrik’s face brick range for the schools’ administration block and hall was the architect’schoice – Kenneth Masvikeni, principal architect of Tribe Architects – the organisation tasked with designing thenew structure, with approval granted by the School Governing Body.
The Corobrik clay face brick selection has proven to be the ideal material for government infrastructure projectsover the years. When it comes to school buildings such as the impressive Noordgesig Primary School, governmentdepartments are able to deliver a high-quality project, boasting world-class structural and aesthetic integrity,while promoting comfort and a low life-cycle cost.
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