Cape Town Construction Company Amcon Projects Launches New Website

Elgin, Western Cape South Africa (PressExposure) February 22, 2011 -- Abri Mostert of Amcon projects recently announced that his company is rolling out a new website [] to assist clients in making that big decisions as to which construction company to choose. With so many "cowboy builders" out there it is important to know the calibre of the company that you are dealing with. And what better way than to talk to past clients, happy or not.

Building construction in general has been getting a bad rap because of these unscrupulous individuals out there and it is this very image that Amcon Projects aims to disprove with the transparency on their website, superior service and delivering it is their motto.

Amcon Projects shows that they have been involved with projects as basic as a renovation up to currently building a multi storeyed mansion on the slopes of Table Mountain in Camps Bay, Cape Town, no mean feat, as they say.

Says Mostert, "construction project management is my forte and I believe in keeping a personal hand on the project to ensure that it all runs smoothly. I've also had many projects where my knowledge and experience ended up saving the client valuable time and money. I'm proud of my work and it reflects in the results".

It is good to know that with the rising cost of construction on the one side and the pressing recession on the other side there are those builders out there who still values their clients opinion of them and don't just take a job for the money to make a quick buck and run, leaving a very disillusioned and disgruntled client behind giving the entire construction industry a bad reputation.

You can contact Abri Mostert of Amcon Projects on 0798777278, e-mail him at or contact him directly from the Amcon Projects website []. Abri says he will be glad to be of assistance and that there's no construction job to big or too small for him.

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Press Release Submitted On: February 22, 2011 at 3:58 am
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