Curtain Walls, Louvres & more for the Durban University of Technology, Pietermaritzburg

Here’s a glimpse into our recent project at the Durban University of Technology (DUT) Indumiso Campus located in Pietermaritzburg, KZN. The Indumiso Campus recently underwent an expansion phase, which involved the installation of various architectural aluminum products to improve its functionality and appearance.

Having completed similar projects for many university campuses both in KwaZulu Natal and Gauteng, we knew we could draw on our previous experience of planning and executing together with various other contractors on site.

For this specific project we manufactured and installed curtain walling, sun louvres, and a range of windows and doors. One of the key features was the curtain walling, which not only added a visually appealing aspect to the campus but also provided a practical solution for bright interiors and easily accessible entrances.

Additionally, we installed the Hunter Douglas Luxalon 70S Sun Louvres system for optimal shading and natural light control. Its sleek and modern design was expertly installed by our team to blend seamlessly with the existing architecture while providing the desired functionality. This improved the overall look of the campus and the comfort of those using the buildings.

Our team also manufactured and installed a range of windows and doors for the various buildings on the campus, ensuring maximum security, durability, and a modern appearance. The complex task was completed to the highest standards, providing a top-quality solution that met the client’s needs and enhanced the experience of the students and staff who use the campus every day.

The DUT Indumiso Campus fenestration project was a successful and rewarding experience for all involved. The students and staff now enjoy a comfortable, secure, and modern campus, and our team is proud to have played a part in this project. The superior quality products and expert installation will continue to serve the students well for many years to come.


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February 5, 2023