The Aggregate and Sand Producers Association of Southern Africa (ASPASA) is a voluntary membership, private sector producers association. Aspasa is a member of the Chamber of Mines, but represents those companies that are in the business of producing aggregate and sand and is better known for operating quarries, sand pits and crushing operations. Aspasa stands on its own, even though a member of the Chamber.
Tracing its roots back to 1918, British Precast is the trade association of precast concrete manufacturers. The main aims of the federation are to promote precast concrete in the construction market and to disseminate information, through a range of industry representation and by shared knowledge, to add value to its member companies. Members' interests are continually developed through our team of dedicated professionals who have extensive connections with organisations in the UK and worldwide.
The Concrete Society of Southern Africa NPC (CSSA) is registered as a non-profit organisation
which promotes excellence and innovation in the use of concrete and related products and services.
The Society also provides a forum for networking and technology transfer between its members and
local and international affiliates.
ILIFA is a consulting engineering firm specializing in civil and structural engineering and project management. Established in 1981, ILIFA has maintained
a healthy growth and has 10 fully fledged local offices in South Africa.
SARMA is an acronym for the Southern African Ready-mix Association.
This national body represents all the reputable ready-mix companies, and is also responsible for promoting the Ready-mix industry and establishing ready -mix as the preferred construction material.
In brief, SARMA's purpose is to set standard and guidelines with regard to environmental, safety and quality issues. To be a member of SARMA these