What makes us the premier design firm in the MENA region and Sub-Saharan Africa?
The answer comes in one all-encompassing word: Versatility.
Versatility is what allows us to meet the requirements of diverse projects and respond to the needs of different individuals. Versatility is what allows us to innovate and adapt wherever we are in the world. Versatility is also how we always manage to reconcile cost-effectiveness with great quality.
Our extensive range of engineering and design services plays a great role in enhancing this versatility as well:
ECG’s engineering services cover MEP, infrastructure, transportation and process engineering, in conjunction with a range of supplementary engineering services. These include civil and environmental engineering, together with fire protection, lighting, communications, security, and building management systems.
Our design services, on the other hand, cover Front-End Engineering & Design (FEED), Conceptual Design, Preliminary Design, Basis of Design Reports (BODRs), Schematic Design, Design Development, Detailed Design, Design Optimization, Construction Documents, Value Engineering and Computer Simulations.see projects related
We will admit we are perfectionists. When it comes to architectural design, we want to be innovative, functional, beautiful, environmentally friendly, and above all we want to leave a legacy for the generations to come. We also want to bring all that to every possible structure. Whether it be a bridge or a highway, an exterior or an interior, we want it to shine.
Although this perfectionism keeps us up all night, it also pays off. We are very proud of our contributions to some of the most prestigious projects in the region: From landmark high-rises and mega residential compounds, to business parks and LEED compliant buildings, and from acoustics and vertical transportation to conveyor systems and much more.see projects related
Southern Africa Trade and Transport Facilitation Project (SATTFP)
The governments of Tanzania and Malawi have observed that delays in crossing the border, cargo clearance, and movement of passengers create barriers to trade in the region. Such delays, which account for the congestions at the Songwe-Kasumulu border crossing, also raise the cost of transportation of goods, which in turn affects the economy of both countries. The governments of Tanzania and Malawi have thus reached an agreement to build a One-Stop Border Post (OSBP) on their common border at the Songwe-Kasumulu crossing.
In collaboration with ECG, the Tanzania Buildings Agency (TBA) will provide consultancy services for the intended OSBP construction and improvement.The timeframe for the execution of this project will be 36
months on two phases.