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GIBB International Ltd has more than 200 members of staff of whom, over 70% are qualified engineers, environmental scientists, hydrologists, hydrogeologists and surveyors. In addition, we have CAD technicians, engineering technicians, administrative and other staff. Where specialist expertise in other disciplines is required, the company draws on the staff resources of the broader GIBB Engineering Group, or forms associations with indigenous and foreign firms, as necessary, to ensure timely and efficient completion of projects.

GIBB engineering staff have extensive experience in:

  • Agriculture;
  • Airfields;
  • Bridges;
  • Buildings;
  • Drainage systems;
  • Electrical and mechanical works;
  • Environmental audits and impact assessments;
  • Financial and project management;
  • Hydrology and hydrogeology;
  • Irrigation;
  • Institutional development;
  • Material, soils testing and geotechnical engineering;
  • Power systems;
  • Roads;
  • Railways;
  • Sanitation;
  • Sewerage and sewage treatment;
  • Surveying and topographical mapping;
  • Telecommunications infrastructure;
  • Transportation;
  • Utility studies (Private Sector Participation, Financial, Tariff);
  • Water supply and treatment.
 
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