Alice Lane Phase III is a corporate office in the heart of Sandton, Johannesburg – this site is phase III of the office buildings on Alice Lane Street.
This was a prestigious site for PERI as it was the first time they made use of the PERI RCS system (Rail Climbing System) in South Africa.
The RCS system is a self-climbing system developed by PERI and was used to build the lift shaft – which is essentially the core of the building – in a fast, efficient and safe manner.
This was a site of significance to me as it was one of the first big shoots I did for PERI.
I photographed the site multiple times from the base level of the shaft and worked through to pre-completion.
Primarily working with the PERI site engineer, Johan van Dyk, with his guidance I learnt a lot about construction and was able to create a
great collection of images
In 2016 PERI featured one of my photographs of Alice Lane Phase III as the front cover of the PERI Scope magazine.
This was a very prestigious moment for me as it marked my first publication
PERI Formwork, Scaffolding and engineering.
Construction Photography, Photography