The CDC has expanded its role from managing the Coega IDZ and NMBLP in the NMBM to acting as implementation agents on various government contracts for a range of infrastructure projects around the Eastern Cape and KwaZulu-Natal; as well as assisting on organisation’s strategic objectives and the development and implementation of the renewal and turnaround strategies for public and private sector clients.
Since the 2010/11 FY, the CDC has managed schools, hospitals and road-building projects, using its organisational expertise to drive socio-economic development in these two provinces.
The CDC is making great strides offering its mega and complex infrastructure projects expertise, and also turnkey and strategic solutions, as a service to various clients in the public and private sector.
Coega’s project management division is a highly skilled, fully resourced business division of Coega which, through the provision of programme management and project management services, facilitates the implementation of infrastructure projects for the benefit of South Africa and ensures that your business venture receives world class project management services with the best of local resources.
• World class expertise on call – the same team that built the Coega IDZ from 1999
• Proven track record in construction industry with projects ranging from EC, KZN, Gauteng and the Western Cape
• Cost savings through systems developed to monitor projects in remote areas
• Job creation – Coega has created more than 96 776 direct jobs
• SMME development
Coega meets your business’ unique needs and objectives with fast and efficient delivery that incorporates socio- economic, environmental and occupational health and safety issues to ensure sustainable development.
The impact of the infrastructure projects is significant for many of the communities in which they are based, since they provide job opportunities first and later service delivery and improved facilities. Many of the projects are complex and include building schools, roads and hospitals.
With 4 491 people employed for example through the KZN DoE project, the value of the socio-economic achievement is clear. The CDC has made a commitment to ensure that every rand spent does not only guarantee the establishment of infrastructure but is also targeted at giving the opportunity to unemployed graduates from the built environment sector. The extension of training on site, which includes HIV/ AIDS awareness and employment guidance, also ensures infrastructure resources address the challenges confronting South Africa.
For government departments and other private sector clients, who would like more information on CDC’s Project Management Services, please contact:
Telephone: +27 41 403 0400 / 086 102 6342
Fax: +27 41 403 0401