SINAKHO CONSULTING is a Consulting Engineering and Project Management company that operates from a Head Office in East London with a branch in Queenstown. The company is in the process of opening an office in Zambia and would undertake projects in a Joint Venture with Macar Zambia Limited, a Project Management and Consulting Company in Lusaka, Zambia. The business relationship is in the process of being finalized where the concept would be to ensure the transfer of engineering and project management skills to Macar Zambia Limited.
The company is renowned for its ability to provide clients with high quality, cost-effective and sustainable services in Civil Engineering, Structural Engineering and Project Management. Sinakho Consulting takes great pride in partnering with clients as well as other professionals to provide integrated and cost-effective solutions and is currently registered as a Level 3 BEE Contributor.
Sinakho Consulting is a Close Corporation (Imvusa Trading 797cc t/a Sinakho Consulting) which was established in May 2005 with Dave de Wet (Pr.Eng)who is currently holding 100% shareholding. The company has grown from a staff of seven in 2005 to a staff compliment of 33, of which 55% are from the Historically Disadvantaged Group, and 25% are women. The company targets employment of 50% of staff from the Historically Disadvantaged Group and 25% women.
The company provides a complete Civil and Structural Engineering service for clients and has extensive experience in both fields of Civil Engineering. Staff training and development are a key aspect that ensures both staff retention and a high level of technical expertise. External expertise is engaged when required and extensive use is made of specialist skills in order to provide sustainable engineering solutions.
Sinakho Consulting was awarded the Technical Excellence Project Award for the Amathola Branch of the South African Institute of Civil Engineers (SAICE) in 2016. This was awarded for the renovations that took place at Nicks Food SuperSpar in East London. The project had significant design and construction challenges which was further challenged by the store remaining fully operational during the renovations and the work was completed while the store remained fully operational.