Bruce McWilliams Industries manages a substantial property portfolio which lists many major national and international companies among its clients. It is the combination of abilities that has enabled BMI to successfully bring to fruition many major development projects in the metropole including:-


  • Redevelopment of the Ford SA – Neave Plant. After sub-dividing the 18-hectare site, subdivided portions were sold off and the remainder of the property developed for clients including Weirs Cash and Carry, Chep SA, British American Tobacco and Simba;
  • Redevelopment and Sectionalization of the 36-hectare General Motors South Africa Kempston Road Plant into a Logistics and Industrial Park accommodating Isuzu Motors South Africa, Toyota Forklift, Food Lovers Market, Toray Logistics, Grindrod container depo, Praga, Onvlee Engineering, Minilet and Bohler Udderholm;
  • Development of a catalytic coating facility for American Manufacture, Delphi Catalyst. BMI provided the property expertise and management for the establishment of the new facility in the city;
  • Development of a centralised distribution warehouse for Goodyear SA at their factory in Uitenhage;
  • Redevelopment of the 4.2-heatare Federated Timbers property in Paterson Road Port Elizabeth into an Industrial Park accommodating Tenants in units form 300m² to in excess of 4000m²;
  • Redevelopment of the FCU Wool Exchange Building in Burman Road, Deal Party to accommodate Spar Eastern Cape DC and Liquor Runners DC;
  • Retail commercial development of 17th Quarter Shopping Centre, Stanford Quarter Shopping Centre, Boardwalk Beachfront Complex, The Atrium at Greenacres;

These are but a few examples of the significant developments undertaken by the Company.