South African Bureau of Standards for earth building system
INEA Approval Angola
ANE Approval Mozambique
AnyWay’s CSEB Standard
The magic Israeli powder that’s paving the future for Africa and the Pacific. Check out the article from the Haaretz newspaper. Oct, 2013.
Check out the article from the World Highways magazine . May, 2013.
New neighborhoods being built by the Ethiopian government are all being paved with Coble stone pavements. Using AnyWay’s technology provides sound pavement structures and shorter delivery time of these roads while supporting the work of thousands of workers. Dec 2012
The city of Port Moresby is preparing for an upcoming royal visit by Prince Charles. This has resulted in many road projects being fast-tracked on extremely tight schedules. One such project next to the prestigious Vision City Mall is being constructed using AnyWay’s stabilization technology. November 2012
The road of Gabrial Church which was stabilized in part before has been now widened from 10 to 20 meters. November 2012
The PNG Department of Works (DOW) has extended the Wabag-Wapemananda highway rehabilitation project by an additional 12 Km using AnyWay’s ANSS. August 2012
The project of the new school in Kangundu Kenya, a suburb of Nairobi is becoming real using the earth blocks technology of AnyWay. June 2012
AnyWay’s stabilization technology is to be used in a 700 Km road leading from Juba, the capital of South Sudan, to the nation’s border with Ethiopia. May 2012
AnyWay, working together with the PNG Department of Works (DOW) has now completed the first phase of a project to rehabilitate the Wapag-Wapemenanda Road. April 2012
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