Growing hydro-pyrometallurgical and mineral processing engineering and project management company, K’Enyuka’s recently opened a branch in Rustenburg.
“In spite of the branch opening just prior to the current recession when many companies were tightening their belts, K’Enyuka considers the branch to be an investment in the future sustainability of its clients,” K’Enyuka business development manager, Trevor Anderson, says.
“We recognised that in order to fully support our clients on the western limb of the Bushveld Complex, we needed to pay more than lip service and hence the opening of the branch and the subsequent addition of further staff members,” Anderson adds.
“We have had many enquiries in the past three months, and we optimistically believe that clients are reviewing old feasibility studies or are considering new projects.”
The company’s expertise covers project and construction management in two areas: EPCM (engineering, procurement, construction, management) and LSTK (lump sum turnkey). “K’Enyuka can provide feasibility studies and reviews with respect to conceptual studies; pre-feasibility, feasibility and bankable feasibility and third party reviews,” Anderson says. Project support in the form of document control, estimating, procurement, cost control and planning take the hassle factor out of the project equation for clients.
“We have decided to investigate platinum projects in other areas, specifically on the eastern limb and we will look at opening an office in Steelpoort to support this decision,” Anderson concludes.