Zanele Sithole is an up-and-coming young quantity surveyor at RLB Pentad. Prior to joining RLB Pentad she was a shining star at the University of Pretoria. Her academic achievements include coming first runner up in the second year of her BSc Degree in Quantity Surveying in 2013. She joined Golden Key International Honour Society in

Anthony Orelowitz is one of the founding partners of The Paragon Group. He has a degree in Architecture and an MBA from Wits University. Anthony specialised in property finance and, after graduation, worked for Standard Bank’s Property Division. In 1997, Anthony returned to Architecture and founded the Paragon Group with his partner Henning Rasmuss. He

Nonku Ntshona started her career with Rousseau Probert Elliot Quantity Surveyors in Port Elizabeth. She then joined Bham Tayob Khan Matunda in Johannesburg, after which she joined Turner and Townsend as a Quantity Surveyor. Whilst at Turner and Townsend she worked her way to Associate Partner over a period of seven years to head up

Hashim Bham traces his management skills to the mentorship he received working in his father’s hardware shop for a three-year period soon after completing his high school studies at Swaziland’s Waterford Kamhlaba College in 1972.  This environment prompted him to seek further studies in the Built Environment at Wits University. Of the options available, quantity

RLB Pentad is a South African based, registered Quantity Surveying and Construction Cost Consulting Practice that operates both locally and internationally. The company’s head office is located in Johannesburg, South Africa with other offices in Pretoria, Cape Town, Botswana, Mozambique and Mauritius. The company was founded in 1997 and the name, Pentad, originated from the

Xavier qualified in Belgium at the ISA St Luc in Brussels. He joined GLH in 1994, became a partner in 1997, and the senior member in 2005. Xavier leads the practice as the principal designer where his meticulous eye for detail and design is critical in every project. His experience includes a range of commercial,

Phill completed his studies in Paris where he obtained his degree in Architecture, and three years later enrolled and completed his LLB in the same city. In 1995, he registered Mashabane Rose architects together with Jeremy Rose. In 2012, he completed his studies in Alternative Dispute Resolution with the University of Pretoria and he also

What does it mean to you to have this role of project director entrusted to you? I don’t think about it too much.  I suppose the role has come to me as a result of twenty eight years of experience in the construction sector having worked in many locations from Russia to the Far East,

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  Tell us about your background and how you ended up working in South Africa’s built environment? I was born in Zimbabwe and at the age of three my family was exiled from what was then Rhodesia. We crossed over to Zambia which is where I grew up before moving to the USA at the