This 100% Zambian owned company is registered and affiliated with the Engineering Institution of Zambia, the Engineers Registration Board of Zambia, the Ministry of Works and Supply, the Road Development Agency, the Ministry of Local Government and Housing and the Department of Infrastructure and Support Services.
The sport infrastructure project implemented by Ng'andu Consulting covered the installation of FIFA-standard artificial turf, and the design and development of football pitches and hockey fields.
Ng'andu Consulting constructs large water retaining structures. It is also involved in the rehabilitation of such structures and creating the management systems to maintain them.
The company carries out various socio-economic baseline studies, together with monitoring activities such as environmental impact assessments and HIV/AIDS awareness campaigns on construction sites.
Ng'andu Consulting has a vision is to become a leading Zambian and international think tank for infrastructural projects. The company is already expanding in the sub-region, with offices in Kigali, Rwanda, as well as Lusaka, Zambia.
Ng'andu Consulting portfolio
Ng'andu Consulting is a full-service engineering company that provides customised professional engineering services. Since its inception, this company has sought to provide optimised solutions tailored to fit the unique needs of its clients. Ng'andu Consulting ensures project outcomes meet client expectations. The company’s success is based on a sustained focus on delivering exceptional services to their clients and competitiveness within the market place.
Working closely with its clients, Ng'andu Consulting has become one of the leading companies that provides innovative engineering solutions to customers in the construction industry. The company’s experience together with its commitment and desire to support its clients has enabled it to provide a more dedicated service to its clients in a coherent approach. Ng'andu Consulting always works as an integrated team and takes on its clients’ challenges as if they are their own.