We pride ourselves on the level of service provided to our clients, and on providing a complete EPCM solution throughout Africa.
Based in South Africa, our expertly qualified team consists of professional engineers, logistics staff, construction supervisors and administrative support staff.
Our expertise as engineering, procurement, construction and project management contractors has also gained us extensive experience in supplying mining equipment, cement factory supplies, industrial equipment and construction equipment - including the sale of heavy equipment, plant and cranes. Our project management expertise allows us to efficiently deal with and manage your resources, logistics and maintenance issues. We also provide oil and gas facilities maintenance, as well as factory facilities maintenance services. And, while we are a South African based magnetite supplier, we also supply chemicals relevant to your operation's needs.
We currently provide complete EPCM solutions to these major African markets:
Democratic Republic of Congo
Other valuable agency agreements and product representations include:
Chryso: cement additives and grinding aids for clinker grinding;
Hytec: hydraulic equipment;
Vega: mill liners, grinding media and vertical roller sinter liners;
While we pride ourselves on all our current and previous projects, a few stand out as highlights in TGN Consulting's list of accomplishments:
The supply of engineering design and review team for a new cement factory in Angola (US $ 500 million);
The turnkey supply of a 500 man construction camp in Angola including housing, offices, a club house and pool;
The supply and commissioning of tower cranes for a copper mine in Zambia;
The construction of FCKS owners' camp for engineers, incorporating 140 buildings, pool and sorting facilities in Sumbe, Angola;
The construction of Paenal's 2500m² canteen and kitchens in Port Amboim, Angola, catering for 900 people;
The supply and construction of the mining village at Kipoi mine in the DRC;
Design, project management and construction of Afrisam, Queenstown Cement Depot.