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about us

A global construction company .

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Founded in 1991 by CEO Wynand Odendaal, Globalpropcon has grown into a market leading construction company to develop upmarket luxury lodges, boutique hotels, holiday homes and resorts.

We have constructed a wide variety of properties starting with a zoo in Taiwan, various projects in the USA and lately focusing on high end luxury lodge construction.

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Global Property Construction

What makes Global PropCon different?

Globalpropcon’s main focus is to build property that creates experiences. We are internationally known for constructing properties with unique construction materials and techniques.
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OUR TEAM OF PROFESSIONALS

Every one of our employees represent the spirit of our company
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WYNAND ODENDAAL

CEO
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LIZE ODENDAAL

Sales Manager
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MONICA ODENDAAL

Marketing Manager & Sales
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CECILIA VAN ZYL

Office administrator
Admin/Accounting
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WYNNE ERASMUS

COO
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TIAAN

Project Manager
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ELLIOT HLATSWAYO

Site Manager
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LAZERUS

Site Manager
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SIPHO LETSWELE

Carpentry Construction Manager
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KING CHEN

Office/Export Manager China office
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SOPHIE XAIO

Export and quality control China office
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WINNIE XU

Office Administrator China office

FROM HUMBLE BEGINNINGS

From humble beginnings back in 1991, our skills, experience and expertise has grown exponentially culminating in the design, creating and building of luxury havens for the discerning owner. Our global experience has included building a zoo in Taiwan right through to manufacturing and selling theme-park products in the USA. With our offices in China we globally source the world's finest and highest quality products, with the latest trends, which we incorporate into our developments.

It is not about the incredible designs, solid construction or the immaculate attention to detail in the décor. It is all about the experience of the luxurious environment, the gorgeous African experience and the closeness of nature at your fingertips. Words fail in trying to explain how it feels, you have to experience it to truly understand.