Schools

Construction of new school, JG Zuma Primary School, Kwa Mashu, KZN Department of Public Works ( value R75 million). Upgrades and Additions, Tongaat Special School, KZN Department of Public Works ( Value R35 million). Alterations and additions to Verulam Secondary School, KZN Department of Works (value R2.5 million) Sipesihle Secondary School at Cottonfields, KZN Department of Works (value R16 million) Ethekwini Region: Sewula Primary School, Adam’s Mission, KZN Department of Works (value R7.7 million

Schools

Construction of new school, JG Zuma Primary School, Kwa Mashu, KZN Department of Public Works ( value R75 million). Upgrades and Additions, Tongaat Special School, KZN Department of Public Works ( Value R35 million). Alterations and additions to Verulam Secondary School, KZN Department of Works (value R2.5 million) Sipesihle Secondary School at Cottonfields, KZN Department of Works (value R16 million) Ethekwini Region: Sewula Primary School, Adam’s Mission, KZN Department of Works (value R7.7 million

Old Age Homes

Conversion of hotel to West Sun Home for the Aged, Aryan Benevolent Home Council (R2.5 million)Conversion of hotel to Glencoe Home for the Aged, Aryan Benevolent Home Council (value R1.5 million).

Old Age Homes

Conversion of hotel to West Sun Home for the Aged, Aryan Benevolent Home Council (R2.5 million)Conversion of hotel to Glencoe Home for the Aged, Aryan Benevolent Home Council (value R1.5 million).

Health Facilities

Shallcross Community Health Centre, KZN Department of Works (value R6 million)
Primary Health Centre and Community Centre, KZN Department of Works (value R2.5 million)
Frail Care Centre – West Sun Home for the Aged, Aryan Benevolent Home Council (value R1.5 million) Frail Care Centre – Glencoe Home for the Aged, Aryan Benevolent Home Council (value R1.5 million) Frail Care Centre – Umzinto Home for the Aged, Aryan Benevolent Home Council (value R1.5 million) Frail Care Centre – Umlazi, Ekhanana Home Council (value R5 million) Municipal Offices, Classroom Blocks, Primary Health Clinics for the DRC (value R30 million )

Health Facilities

Shallcross Community Health Centre, KZN Department of Works (value R6 million)
Primary Health Centre and Community Centre, KZN Department of Works (value R2.5 million)
Frail Care Centre – West Sun Home for the Aged, Aryan Benevolent Home Council (value R1.5 million) Frail Care Centre – Glencoe Home for the Aged, Aryan Benevolent Home Council (value R1.5 million) Frail Care Centre – Umzinto Home for the Aged, Aryan Benevolent Home Council (value R1.5 million) Frail Care Centre – Umlazi, Ekhanana Home Council (value R5 million) Municipal Offices, Classroom Blocks, Primary Health Clinics for the DRC (value R30 million )

Creches

Crèche and After-Care Centre at Dayanand Gardens, Aryan Benevolent Home Council (value R2.5 million)
Crèche at Northdale, Pietermaritzburg, KZN Department of Works (value R1.5 million)
Crèche at Shallcross, KZN Department of Works (value R1.5 million)
Crèche for Zwelethu Church, Umlazi, Zwelethu Church Council (value R2.5 million)

Creches

Crèche and After-Care Centre at Dayanand Gardens, Aryan Benevolent Home Council (value R2.5 million)
Crèche at Northdale, Pietermaritzburg, KZN Department of Works (value R1.5 million)
Crèche at Shallcross, KZN Department of Works (value R1.5 million)
Crèche for Zwelethu Church, Umlazi, Zwelethu Church Council (value R2.5 million)

Community Buildings

Service Centre, Greenwood Park, KZN Department of Works (value R2.5 million)
Corridor City, Mandini (value R134 million),
Community Centre, Arts Crafts Centre, Crèche and Living Quarters at Ndumo for D.O.W (value R 5 million)

Community Buildings

Service Centre, Greenwood Park, KZN Department of Works (value R2.5 million)
Corridor City, Mandini (value R134 million),
Community Centre, Arts Crafts Centre, Crèche and Living Quarters at Ndumo for D.O.W (value R 5 million)

Police & Fire Stations

R&R: Sundumbile SAPS for DPW (value R2 million) R&R: Umlazi SAPS for DPW (value R2 million) R&R & New 5 Star Cell Block at Nthambanana SAPS for DPW (value R2.5 million) Five Star Cell Block at Dududu SAPS for DPW (value R1 million) Five Star Cell Block at Emunguzi SAPS for DPW (value R2.5 million) R&R & 5 Star Cell Block at KwaMashu SAPS for DPW (value R2.2 million)

Police & Fire Stations

R&R: Sundumbile SAPS for DPW (value R2 million) R&R: Umlazi SAPS for DPW (value R2 million) R&R & New 5 Star Cell Block at Nthambanana SAPS for DPW (value R2.5 million) Five Star Cell Block at Dududu SAPS for DPW (value R1 million) Five Star Cell Block at Emunguzi SAPS for DPW (value R2.5 million) R&R & 5 Star Cell Block at KwaMashu SAPS for DPW (value R2.2 million)

Residential Development/Units

House Bhoora, Mount Edgecombe Country Estate 2 (value R1.5 million)House Naidoo, Mount Edgecombe Country Estate (value R1 million)House Torino, The Gardens La Lucia (value R17 million)Port Durnford Hotel, Sawubona Hotels Woodstock Hotel, Drakensburg South, Sawubona Hotels Seasons Eco Golf Estate, Hartebeestfontein, Sawubona Hotels Swaziland Hotel, Sawubona Hotel SJ Smith CRU for Ethekwini Municipality (value R45 million) House Garach, Mount Edgecombe Country Estate 2 (value R2.5 million) Maisonette development at 571 Essenwood Road (value R12 million) Proposed High rise Building at 222 Point Road (value R25 million) Proposed R&R of Kings House for PWD (value R28.5 million) Proposed luxury Eco Estate development, Ballito (R250 million) Residential units at Izinga Estate, Umhlanga (R25 million)

Residential Development/Units

House Bhoora, Mount Edgecombe Country Estate 2 (value R1.5 million)House Naidoo, Mount Edgecombe Country Estate (value R1 million)House Torino, The Gardens La Lucia (value R17 million)Port Durnford Hotel, Sawubona Hotels Woodstock Hotel, Drakensburg South, Sawubona Hotels Seasons Eco Golf Estate, Hartebeestfontein, Sawubona Hotels Swaziland Hotel, Sawubona Hotel SJ Smith CRU for Ethekwini Municipality (value R45 million) House Garach, Mount Edgecombe Country Estate 2 (value R2.5 million) Maisonette development at 571 Essenwood Road (value R12 million) Proposed High rise Building at 222 Point Road (value R25 million) Proposed R&R of Kings House for PWD (value R28.5 million) Proposed luxury Eco Estate development, Ballito (R250 million) Residential units at Izinga Estate, Umhlanga (R25 million)

Miscellaneous Buildings

Audit of existing St Anne’s Hospital, subsequent design for Group 9 HQ for DPW (value R17 million) Audit of for DPW Regional Offices and subsequent refurbishment, addition and alteration (R13 million) Audit of Post Offices, redesign and refurbishment for SA Post Office Ltd (value R10 million) Empangeni Prison Housing (in assoc with CSKO & TJA Architects) (value R54 million) Proposed Hawkers Trading Facilities for Intersite Property Management Services (value R4.5 million) Repair & Renovation to Public Works Durban Regional Office MTN mast for Homeleigh Country Guest House MTN mast for Mountain View, Eskom MTN mast for Oslow Beach CC MTN mast for Lodson House MTN mast for Beach Exchange MTN mast for Illovo Sugar, Riverview MTN mast for MultiCar Properties, Durban MTN mast for Premier Court, Umbilo Road

Miscellaneous Buildings

Audit of existing St Anne’s Hospital, subsequent design for Group 9 HQ for DPW (value R17 million) Audit of for DPW Regional Offices and subsequent refurbishment, addition and alteration (R13 million) Audit of Post Offices, redesign and refurbishment for SA Post Office Ltd (value R10 million) Empangeni Prison Housing (in assoc with CSKO & TJA Architects) (value R54 million) Proposed Hawkers Trading Facilities for Intersite Property Management Services (value R4.5 million) Repair & Renovation to Public Works Durban Regional Office MTN mast for Homeleigh Country Guest House MTN mast for Mountain View, Eskom MTN mast for Oslow Beach CC MTN mast for Lodson House MTN mast for Beach Exchange MTN mast for Illovo Sugar, Riverview MTN mast for MultiCar Properties, Durban MTN mast for Premier Court, Umbilo Road

Social Commitment & Mentoring

Om Moodley Architects OMA has a strong policy of social responsibility. We believe in giving back to the community and serving them in any possible way. From time to time, the practice undertakes pro bono work for deserving charities, welfare, sporting, cultural, community and religious organizations. We promote the ongoing training and development of all staff. Our staffing is structured to facilitate in-house training and research. Staff are encouraged to improve their skills on an on-going basis to elevate themselves within the practice and within the industry. Through our close association with tertiary institutions like the Durban University of Technology (D.U.T), we harvest many deserving students and enroll them into mentorship program for interns. These interns are taken through an orientation and placed under the supervision of a senior staff technologist of our company for further ongoing training. This has been a practice of OMA for many years. It is our way of giving back to society – to mentor, train, and develop latent skills. This is our only way of contributing to the producing of our next generation of professionals. In keeping with our affirmative action policy, we are committed to adhering to the Affirmative Action program at all levels of its organization. Our staff is composed predominantly of previously disadvantaged persons (PDI’s) and has a strategy of hiring students from disadvantaged backgrounds to complete their experiential training.

Social Commitment & Mentoring

Om Moodley Architects OMA has a strong policy of social responsibility. We believe in giving back to the community and serving them in any possible way. From time to time, the practice undertakes pro bono work for deserving charities, welfare, sporting, cultural, community and religious organizations. We promote the ongoing training and development of all staff. Our staffing is structured to facilitate in-house training and research. Staff are encouraged to improve their skills on an on-going basis to elevate themselves within the practice and within the industry. Through our close association with tertiary institutions like the Durban University of Technology (D.U.T), we harvest many deserving students and enroll them into mentorship program for interns. These interns are taken through an orientation and placed under the supervision of a senior staff technologist of our company for further ongoing training. This has been a practice of OMA for many years. It is our way of giving back to society – to mentor, train, and develop latent skills. This is our only way of contributing to the producing of our next generation of professionals. In keeping with our affirmative action policy, we are committed to adhering to the Affirmative Action program at all levels of its organization. Our staff is composed predominantly of previously disadvantaged persons (PDI’s) and has a strategy of hiring students from disadvantaged backgrounds to complete their experiential training.