Attacq Limited won two awards at this year’s South African Property Owners Association Awards for Innovative Excellence. The fund received the ‘Best Commercial Office Development Award‘ for the PwC Tower and the ‘Best Industrial Development Award‘ for the BMW Regional Distribution Centre.
The iconic PwC Tower was awarded top honors in the ‘Commercial Office Development‘ category.
Attacq CEO, Melt Hamman commented:
“The 26-storey PwC Tower is a symbol of excellence in the flagship Waterfall City development, and we are immensely proud of what has been achieved with this development. We are thrilled that it has been recognised by a leading organisation like SAPOA for its excellence.”
The R1.7 billion skyscraper is located between Midrand and Woodmead and it comprises of 45 223 square meters of offices, designed to house approximately three thousand five hundred PwC employees.
“As a multi-national company that prides itself in meeting international quality standards, we are proud to call this iconic building home,” said PwC COO, Fulvio Tonelli.
The ultra-modern BMW Regional Distribution Centre facility comprises of thirty-two thousand square meters with its own tyre store, battery changing facilities and a state-of-the-art hazardous store.
Jonathan Leibowitz, Espaces Architects CEO said:
“We designed BMW’s RDC keeping in mind their need to improve overall efficiency and competitiveness. We went to great lengths to ensure that the building’s look and feel was both functional and aesthetically appealing. The final product has proven to be an exceptionally well-designed building – we couldn’t be prouder.“
“These two awards serve as further proof of Waterfall bourgeoning status as Gauteng’s premier business node. Our willingness to push the design envelope continues to set us apart and position us as one of South Africa’s leading property developers. A great big thank you to all our partners. We truly appreciate the industry recognition,” concludes Melt Hamman, Attacq CEO.