31 Mar COENG to expand its growth footprint as it celebrates its 13-year anniversary
Pretoria, 31 March 2021: Multi-disciplinary Engineering, Procurement and Construction management firm, COENG Consulting and Construction, states that it is ready to entrench and grow its footprint in the markets in which it operates as the company celebrates its 13-year anniversary this year.
The Level 1 BBBEE firm currently operates in the mining and minerals processing; oil and gas; food and beverage; and infrastructure environment sectors. CEO Casian Dendere said, at the company’s anniversary celebrations on 26 March, that it aims to become a formidable EPC/EPCM organisation over the next few years.
The company, which was founded in 2008 with an office in Midrand, now has its head office situated in Centurion and boasts a total of over 63 staff members working in various offices, including Mogalakwena, Rustenburg and one recently established in Secunda.
“The past 13 years, particularly the past year, has been privy to the South African economy experiencing significant economic strain thus impacting infrastructure development across various sectors as well as consumers. COENG has overcome these challenges and navigated these cycles based on the enthusiasm, determination and the will-power of our staff, as well as understanding that excellent service, coupled with our expertise, underpins our success and growth,” Dendere added.
The company’s achievements over the past 13 years include the establishment of its Integrated Management System (IMS) in 2009, a partnership with Kenyuka/RSV for the Anglo Platinum Waterval Smelter EPCM in 2009, obtaining a full EPCM/EPC accreditation with Sasol in 2013, and the implementation of several food and beverage EPC projects.
Further, he pointed out that skills development and training remained critical to growing South Africa’s economy in these unprecedented times.
As an advocate for learning and development, Dendere said: “While we remain focused on empowering our employees internally, we also understand that we have a commitment and responsibility to also empower everyone around us. The private sector has a fundamental role to play in growing South Africa’s economy and the value-add of its’ skills, expertise and know-how through strategic partnerships, can contribute to this much-needed growth. We remain committed to be advocates of change for growth as COENG.”