Welcome to CADI-TECH
We are a specialized business which provides national project management and turnkey solutions to the telecommunication and construction industry within South Africa.
CADI-TECH are experts in Micro Trenching. Micro trenching has become the preferred method of installing utility conduits and cables as it is much safer, faster, and less disruptive then normal conventional trenching.
The management of CADI-TECH has a combined experience of over 20 years within the telecommunications industry of South Africa.
Our clients range from Fibre Network Operators to commercial and residential Property Developers which are based across Africa.
CADI-TECH is using Ditch Witch’s RT45 with a MT12 attachment as the preferred Micro Trencher due to its superior design and service.
The MT12 cleanly slices through asphalt or concrete to create the ideal trench in one quick, efficient pass.
Its rugged design helps our operators maintain consistent trenches and enables easy and effective cuts around street corners.
CADI-TECH also offers the following services:
- Network design and planning
- Wayleave application
- Project Management
- Trenchless solutions such as Moling and Horizontal Directional Drilling
- Overhead solutions
- Normal conventional trenching
- Cable and conduit installations
- Network maintenance
The Faster Way to Roll Out Fibre
We pride ourselves on seamless installation solutions for network owners within municipalities, residential estates, gated communities, and private dwellings.
A Safer and Healthier Fibre Experience for People Everywhere
We believe in future technology growth within South Africa and the rest of Africa by means of quick and easy telecom deployment.
What is Micro Trenching
To be a differentiating and dynamic value-added full-spectrum services company, creating innovative solutions essential to a better, safer, and healthier experience for people everywhere.
To be the company of choice in the greater regional areas by focusing on strategic partnerships while growing a healthy long-term relationship with network operators within the countries they operate.