We’re managing the many moving parts involved in complex capital projects.
Due to the discovery of gas in the south of the country and the recent cross border trade agreement with Uganda, regarding the EACOP pipeline, the traditional construction focus in residential and mining sectors is changing. This is providing exciting opportunities across the commercial, retail and infrastructure sectors.
Our heritage is rooted in project management, controls and performance, cost and commercial management, PPP advisory and programme management.
Our teams work across the commercial real estate, healthcare, education, mining, manufacturing and oil and gas sectors to support diverse local and international corporates, developers and funders secure greater capital efficiency and create affordable assets.
Our work includes projects for local and global clients across the sectors we serve, including the likes of Tanzania breweries, Actis, South African Airways, Unilever, Aga Khan Health Services, Group 5 and Kantey & Templar.
Making the difference in Tanzania
We have resources on the ground, a registered office in Dar es Salaam and a keen understanding of the logistical, supply chain and infrastructure challenges faced when setting up and delivering successful projects in the country. This is founded on 35 years of experience operating in Africa.
Our strong capability in cost data and more specifically benchmarking, combined with our ability to reach back into our global business for knowledge sharing and best practice from projects around the world allows us to deliver a service that is realistic. We understand the limitations of and demands on country specific supply chains:
- We balance project challenges in country with the ability to deliver consistently high quality services for international clients.
- We use sufficient levels of reporting to enable appropriate management of projects within country and remotely.
- We are flexible in terms of resources to suit a project’s changing environment.
- We are cost effective, using local staff that leverage global best practice methodologies and processes.