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Kgalawu Consulting


Civil Engineers| Hydrology and Water Resources| Groundwater Services|Project Managers

Kgalawu Consulting is a Civil Engineering firm which focuses on addressing the Client's needs. Our idea is to provide innovative solutions for our Client in Engineering Consultancy and Management expertise. We provide innovative, top quality and environmentally responsible solutions.

The company operates mostly within the engineering sector and services both the public and private sector. The company provides services to municipalities, provincial government and parastatals. The company also contracts to private sector in the form of consulting or sub-consulting to other consulting firms, private developers and private persons. We are involved in planning, design, supervision, and project management. The firm offers a wide range of civil engineering services throughout the complete life cycle of infrastructural development.

Our staff is capable of undertaking designs, specifications, contract administrations, site monitoring and complete project management of the construction. We would like our Clients to consistently benefit from our integrity, honesty, professionalism, and commitment to excellence with projects of any size.

Engineering News | Construction

16 April 2024

Latest news on construction sector, including construction materials, infrastructure, property development and green building.
  • Cape Town to tighten procurement process in effort to combat extortion
    The City of Cape Town (CoCT) says the yearly review of its Supply Chain Management Policy proposes additional measures to reduce the risk of extortion impacting city projects. The proposed Supply Chain Management Policy Amendments are out for public comment until May 10.
  • Institute warns of looming change in standards
    As the unit standards of the current National Qualifications Framework (NQF) expired in June 2023, with the last enrolment of learners in June 2024, professional body Institute for Work at Height (IWH) continues its efforts to maintain some form of standardisation in the sector. As a result of its persistence, the Quality Council for Trades and Occupations (QCTO) will allow for regulatory skills, such as those for the work at height industry, to be registered on the QCTO’s database, says IWH CEO Dr Alti Kriel.
  • Wind energy poses increased fall risks
    As the demand for greener energy helps drive the increased uptake of wind energy, the dangers that face workers in the sector are becoming even more evident. As reported by the US Occupational Safety and Health Administration in a report named ‘Green Job Hazards’, workers in the wind energy sector face a range of catastrophic and even fatal safety risks, including everything from falls to burn and crush injuries, all of which would happen anywhere between 60 m and 120 m above ground.

Our Services

Civil Engineering

Buildings , Roads and Stormwater design and implementation

Geotechnical Engineering

Geotechnical Engineering Services 

Structural Engineering

Buildings and bridges design and implementation


Hydrology, Water Resources and Ground Water

Groundwater Services

Groundwater exploration, development, monitoring and management

Environment Services

Environmental Impact Assessments    
Years In Business



Some of our clients