Preconstruction Planning

The company is fully responsible of preparing the building designs, plans and project development. It is also in charge of monitoring, procurement and management of the construction process. We will provide highly qualified construction teams able to run and execute the construction process and ensure a smooth operation.

Architectural Modelling

Overcoming the constraints of scope, time and budget requires some management skills. Project managers provide planning, organization and resource management. Therefore, project management links together the activities of the project while managing and integrating them to avoid going over-budget as well as to avoid failure to meet deadlines. We provide experienced project managers, able to deal with different project levels of complexity and ensure efficient and effective delivery.

Construction Management

Construction is a complex process that involves a number of activities and a number of people. The complexity of the process increases with its size. Lager scale constructions require more human capital, multitasking, resources, management, design…. We have it all, and with perfection & precession as standard.

Water/Hydro Power

Moving water has kinetic energy. This can be transferred into useful energy in different ways. Hydroelectric power (HEP) schemes store water high up in dams. The water has gravitational potential energy which is released when it falls.

Coal Energy

Steam coal, also known as thermal coal, is used in power stations to generate electricity. Coal is first milled to a fine powder, which increases the surface area and allows it to burn more quickly. In these pulverised coal combustion (PCC) systems, the powdered coal is blown into the combustion chamber of a boiler where it is burnt at high temperature (see diagram). The hot gases and heat energy produced converts water – in tubes lining the boiler – into steam.

Biomass

The most widely used form of renewable energy is biomass. Biomass simply refers to the use of organic materials and converting them into other forms of energy that can be used. Although some forms of biomass have been used for centuries – such as burning wood – other, newer methods, are focused on methods that don’t produce carbon dioxide.

Solar

Solar power (aka. photovoltaics) is one of the most popular, and fastest-growing, sources of alternative energy. Here, the process involves solar cells (usually made from slices of crystalline silicon) that rely on the photovoltaic (PV) effect to absorb photons and convert them into electrons. Meanwhile, solar-thermal power (another form of solar power) relies on mirrors or lenses to concentrate a large area of sunlight, or solar thermal energy (STE), onto a small area (i.e. a solar cell).

Wind Power

Wind power has been used for thousands of years to push sails, power windmills, or to generate pressure for water pumps. Harnessing the wind to generate electricity has been the subject of research since the late 19th century. However, it was only with major efforts to find alternative sources of power in the 20th century that wind power has become the focal point of considerable research and development.

Geothermal

Geothermal electricity is another form of alternative energy that is considered to be sustainable and reliable. In this case, heat energy is derived from the Earth – usually from magma conduits, hot springs or hydrothermal circulation – to spin turbines or heat buildings. It is considered reliable because the Earth contains 1031 joules worth of heat energy, which naturally flows to the surface by conduction at a rate of 44.2 terawatts (TW) – more than double humanity’s current energy consumption.