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Scheltema strenghtens its management

Left to right: Scheltema’s Managing Director, Wouter Viljoen; Head of Scheltema’s Residential and Commercial Departments, Kevin Jones and CEO of Scheltema & Co, Michael van Breda. Left to right: Scheltema’s Managing Director, Wouter Viljoen; Head of Scheltema’s Residential and Commercial Departments, Kevin Jones and CEO of Scheltema & Co, Michael van Breda.

Scheltema, a Cape Town roofing, ceiling and partitioning contractor, is strengthening their management structure and market offering.

Taking on the position of Head of Scheltema’s Residential and Commercial Departments is Kevin Jones, past Owner and Director of Wall-Erect Systems (Cape.) With 25 years in the ceiling and partitioning industry, coupled with vast experience and expertise in the management of people, sites and finances, Jones is bringing not only his know-how to Scheltema but also a loyal client base.

Wouter Viljoen, formerly the Head of a number of Departments, is now Scheltema’s Managing Director.

Viljoen, who joined the company in 2012, has successfully managed the performance of a staff compliment of 95 and many of the company’s vast number of projects. He also has 15 years of contract management experience within the building industry. In his new role, Viljoen will lead a highly competent team that hopes to build on Scheltema’s success in the market, from residential projects to large commercial contracts.

Having served as the Scheltema’s Managing Director for over a decade, Michael van Breda is stepping into the role of CEO ofScheltema & Co. This will enable him to focus on growing the geographic footprint of the firm, develop new specialist contracting businesses such as rooftop solar installations and grow the company’s new property arm, Dwykashale.

Van Breda shares “The strength of our management team at Scheltema is the key to our excellent delivery system. It also gives us the confidence to expand into exciting new areas. The future is bright.“

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