The dream becomes reality

From the moment you become a client, our sister company Bushtec Creations would work closely with us, and you, to tailor-make a fully integrated turnkey tented camp solution specific to your operational requirements.

Their role includes both the practicalities and the project management of planning and building a camp, including site preparation, construction and installation, flooring and decking, back-of-house solutions, maintenance, power generation and distribution solutions, water purification, sewage treatment, storage and reticulation, transport and logistics.

Thereafter, they would handle the camp’s maintenance – either on a full-service maintenance contract or, if you prefer to do it in-house, by training your camp managers and staff members.

Deployment is when the collective dream becomes a tangible, on-site reality.

When we break ground and put into effect months of planning and consultation.

A Bushtec Creations project manager is always part of the on-site build team. This ensures that we can swiftly deal with any challenges should they arise. It also guarantees that we stay on track and avoid unnecessary project delays. The project manager/sales manager is in touch with the client at all stages of the build.

Senior management will also make trips to the site to personally inspect the progress of a build and ensure that you are happy with the construction phase.

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Installation team

Our expert installation team has more than 30 years’ experience in installing unique and sophisticated tent interiors for local and international clients. As the interior installation process can only take place once construction is complete, our team has mastered the art of working under pressure to get the job done. The quicker our installations go up, the quicker the owner can open for business.


The sustainability of a build is at the heart of what we do. As a result, we strive to source local materials and suppliers, including arts/crafts/décor elements, wherever possible to reduce transport and import costs, minimise our carbon footprint and uplift local communities.

Materials that can’t be acquired locally are delivered via truck, boat or plane. We are aware that damage to camp materials can occur during transport. To minimise this, we adhere to strict packing procedures, crating methods and secure on-site storage.

Community upliftment

Where possible on our builds, we utilise local residents, supervised by skilled project managers. This helps keep costs down, particularly on international builds. We’ll up-skill men and women from nearby villages in the art of decking, brick laying, installation and so much more. These teams are monitored closely to ensure that the workmanship is of the highest standard. We never compromise on quality to save costs.

On project completion, we supply a reference letter to each worker detailing the skills they have learned, and they get to keep the tools or equipment for future use where applicable. This is our way of creating employment, promoting sustainability and giving back to the community.

Contact us

Head Office: Gauteng

Frans Vermaas

Street address & showroom: Denel Business Park, Nellmapius Drive, Irene, Gauteng, South Africa

Factory: KwaZulu-Natal

Street address: 11 Yellow Street, Ezakheni Industrial Park, Ladysmith, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

USA/Latin America

Gary Flaks

Street address: Suite 100, 7076 Peachtree Industrial Boulevard, Norcross, Atlanta, Georgia 30071


Marc van den Bosch

Street address: 20 Roosberg, Landen, Belgium


Frans Vermaas

Street address: Denel Business Park, Nellmapius Drive, Irene, Gauteng, South Africa

Saudi Arabia

Frans Vermaas

Street address: Denel Business Park, Nellmapius Drive, Irene, Gauteng, South Africa


Robert Sneeu

PO Box 1827, Broadbeach, Old Australia, 4216


Brett Sinclair

Street address: Kalahari Kanvas, Plot 242, Mathiba 1 Road, Moeti Ward, Maun, Botswana

Postal address: PO Box 689, Maun, Botswana