Concor, previously known as Murray & Roberts Construction, was formed in 1902 in the Western Cape province of South Africa. After the acquisition of Murray & Roberts Construction and Public Investment Corporation (PIC), the company re-branded and renamed to Concor.
Today, Concor is one of the top black-owned infrastructure and buildings service companies in the country, as well as one of the biggest in the construction sector of South Africa and the sub-Saharan Africa. It consists of 7 business units namely: Concor Buildings; Concor Developments; Concor Power; Concor Plant; Concor Infrastructure; Concor Opencast Mining and Concor Western Cape.
The company employs over 3400 staff members and has its main delivery centres within South Africa, Namibia and Botswana. Concor Construction has been involved in numerous large projects across the country, including the Huguenot Tunnel; Hugo’s River Viaduct; Bloukrans Bridge; the Ingula power station reservoir; Menlyn Shopping Centre; Carlton Centre; Melrose Arch and the Absa Towers.