dhk is proud to announce that it has achieved a level 3 BBBEE status
dhk is proud to announce that the firm has achieved a level 3 BBBEE since working hard at improving its scorecard, especially over the last three years. While several components took some time to put in place, dhk moved from level 8 (2017, 2018 and 2019) to level 3 in the course of the last 12 months.
Derick Henstra, executive chairman at dhk says, “We are not complacent, and remain committed both to delivering on the government’s policies for broad-based black economic empowerment and to realising a broader transformation agenda, which involves empowering people from a broad range of marginalised backgrounds.
Established in 1998, dhk is one of the largest design firms in Africa and has an established reputation as a design-driven multidisciplinary studio with projects in South Africa and abroad. The firm is responsible for landmark buildings such as the Portside Tower in Cape Town’s CBD, Waterway House at the V&A Waterfront, Melrose Arch Piazza in Sandton and more recently, Capitec Bank’s headquarters in Stellenbosch.