The Enterprise Supplier Development (ESD) programme has been developed in line with the amended DTI’s Codes of Good Practice gazetted in October 2013.

The purpose of the programme is:
<li>To address the skills gap of the Historically Disadvantaged Individuals (HDIs) in the surrounding
communities of where the measured entity operates.</li>
<li>To provide an accredited integrated skills and enterprise development programme for the Exempted</li>
<li>Micro Enterprises (EMEs) on the supplier database of the measured entity.</li>
<li>To create capacity of local suppliers without creating single dependency.</li>
The ESD programme as part of the socio-economic development intervention helps improve community development and aims to foster partnerships, and a meaningful and sustainable legacy for the measured entity, through the development of infrastructure as well as enterprises, education and training initiatives. It is a national imperative to pursue this

<strong>Construction Management</strong>

We offer professional services to render technical support, provision of professional engineering services for planning, design, monitoring and evaluation (including construction supervision). We ensure quality planning, quality assurance and quality control. Review of relevant procedures
and techniques such as, cost/ benefit analysis, quality inspections, diagrams, statistical sampling, trend analysis etc.

<strong>Project Management</strong>

Our Project Management intervention ensures that a project is properly approached, planned,efficiently delivered, clearly communicated, and successfully closed. Project Management is an evolutionary process where activities get further refined as clarity on scope, schedule and other deliverables is unpacked. The Project Management process is championed by our Project Manager, however it is done collaboratively with many key stakeholders including the people performing the work, the client requesting the work, and the beneficiaries of the project infrastructure.