Over the last couple of years, South Africa has seen a great deal of construction taking place right across the country due to the hosting of the 2010 FIFA Soccer World Cup event. Few people, however, consider the amount of planning and work that has to go into the process and the amount of people required to make these projects a success. From engineering professionals, architects and civil planning experts to your everyday labourers building the structures have benefitted from the amount of work that needed to be done.
Manufacturers and suppliers of a whole range of building supplies and construction equipment also benefitted from the enormity of the variety of construction projects around the country. Everything from bricks and mortar to metal struts and advanced lighting equipment were needed. Information technology experts and expert technicians were also required to ensure that each structure, building and project was up to date with latest innovations and advancements in both construction and technology. The timing of these projects was also essential and required project management at the highest levels to ensure that everything was completed before the arrival of the millions of spectators, soccer stars and other people on our shores.
Not only did these people meet their deadlines but outperformed in the task of ensuring that each project met with FIFA requirements. South Africa and her citizens will benefit from all this work for many years to come with the improvement to the infrastructure of the country. Each person that was involved in the construction and development of any project in the country during this time must be thanked and honoured for their part in delivering the most successful FIFA Soccer World Cup in the history of the event.
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