Namibia

Aurecon Centre, 7 Newton Street
Windhoek   
Namibia


Phone: +264 61 297 7000
Facsimile: +264 61 297 7007
namibia@aurecongroup.com

Namibia, located in southern Africa, gained independence from South Africa in 1990 and since then has been governed by the South-West Africa People’s Organisation (SWAPO).

With a population of more than two million people, Namibia’s economy is largely dependent on the extraction and processing of minerals for export. Approximately 50 per cent of the population depends on subsistence agriculture for their livelihood.

Aurecon’s Namibia office has been active in Namibia since 1978. Since then, the company has accumulated vast experience in all branches of civil and structural engineering as a result of completing numerous projects of varying complexity and economic scales.

Aurecon is fully conversant with the geo-technical, climatic and sociological conditions prevalent throughout the entire country and has conducted work for all major Namibian state, parastatal and municipal bodies.

Projects include the rehabilitation of Hosea Kutaku International Airport, and a pre-feasibility study for the export of coal from the Mmamabula coal fields to a port in Namibia by means of a Trans-Kalahari Railway. 

 


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