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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

28 May 2024

Latest news on construction sector, including construction materials, infrastructure, property development and green building.
  • Delayed coal decommissioning won’t ‘collapse our climate commitments’
    The Presidential Climate Commission (PCC) is currently assessing the impact of South Africa’s decision to delay the decommissioning of the Hendrina, Grootvlei and Camden coal-fired power stations on the country’s Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC), which outlines the country’s decarbonisation goals. Eskom confirmed recently that Cabinet and board permission had been granted for the continued operation of the three power stations beyond their original decommissioning dates, owing to the ongoing shortage of supply and delays in adding new generation.
  • Barloworld profit dips as slowdown in local mining industry takes its toll
    Barloworld’s South African businesses continued to face a myriad of challenging trading conditions, says CEO Dominic Sewela. Announcing the group’s financial results for the six months ended March 31, Sewela said on Monday that Barloworld’s domestic operations had had to contend with a constrained local macroeconomic environment, inflationary cost pressures, as well as relatively higher borrowing costs affecting both businesses and households.
  • Standard Bank undertakes largest student housing financing endeavour in Africa
    Financial services provider Standard Bank has partnered with global advisory firm MiDA Advisors and real estate developer Acorn Holdings to mobilise long-term blended finance commitments for green and affordable student housing in Kenya. The transaction will comprise up to $180-million in financing from the US Development Finance Corporation, which should help to secure $380-million more financing arranged jointly by Stanbic Bank Kenya – a member of Standard Bank Group – and MiDA.

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