Exceed Africa Services
Exceed Africa provides excellence in environment engineering and development, by creating balance between hard engineering and each environment.
Exceed Africa provides all facets of engineering that deal with the design, construction, and maintenance of the physical and naturally built environment, including works such as roads, bridges, canals, dams, airports, sewerage systems, pipelines, and railways with specialisation on natural environment integration which frequently reduces cost and increases amenity of projects.
One of many specialities at Exceed Africa is to consider all the facets, stakeholders and environmental effects of the proposed project. We engineer the product and the project to ensure long term viability of the project, the sustainability of the environmental effects and the amenity of the development. This comes from an understanding of the physical and legal environmental requirements as well as the business and financial challenges faced by each project.
Exceed Africa provides the engineering to create the “bones and muscles” at the core of the form and shape of man made structures. We enjoy a challenge and have been able to unlock small and large structural challenges where others have dared not to venture.
We offer a “one stop shop” for clients that wish to have their projects driven and to have one point of contact to ensure that their projects proceed expediently and cost effectively.
Often clients wish to achieve more than they currently can, Exceed Africa has assisted many clients to improve their returns and objectives by analysis of their organisational and project challenges and the development of plans and options to unlock those challenges and improve performance.
Exceed Africa Blog
Exceed Africa was pleased to be the Civil and Structural Engineers for Glenvista Trinity College. The school project started in 2017 was completed ready for 2020 school year. Exceed Africa provided the Civil Engineering for the water supply, sewer drainage, stormwater...
The Reid, Linbro Park Extension 169 aerial view of 23 August 2018 show Phase 1 ready for occupation as at end of August 2018 with Phase 2 construction well underway and the Phase 3 platforms. ...
Testing the water flow in the parking area seems small and insignificant, however the small things sometimes make the biggest difference long term - no ponding, correct flow and getting into the piped system inlets and out of the low point overland flow points means...