A multi-faceted civil, mining and engineering company, G4 Mining & Civils (Pty) Ltd is well-resourced to provide its Civil Engineering and Geotechnical solutions to new projects.
A number of mining projects are being launched in Africa – a trend that mirrors bullish investor sentiment. EPCM firms that African Mining Brief has contacted in the past 18 months are confident that this trajectory will continue beyond 2020.
Quintin Badenhorst, the managing director of Johannesburg-based G4 Mining & Civils (Pty) Ltd, is confident that his organisation is ready to render its solutions to new projects. Since establishment in 2012, G4 Mining & Civils has evolved into a progressive, multi-faceted civil, mining and engineering company focused on total client satisfaction throughout the entire project process. “We strive to provide a value adding role in the niche of Civil Engineering and Geotechnical sectors. Our services span bulk earthworks, land rehabilitation, reinforced concrete structures, stormwater, sewer and water reticulation, mining, underground infrastructure and Geotechnical Services including lateral support, bridge jacking, down stage grouting, and pipe jacking.” Badenhorst states.
Ability to handle any project size
As a full turnkey engineering entity, G4MC strives to handle projects in accordance with customer specification, on time and within budget. “Our service to our clients is not conditional on project size or location. We do our utmost to service the varied engineering needs of our valued clients,” elaborates Badenhorst.
Staff: the edge over competitors
What gives G4MC the edge over competitors is the quality of staff. G4MC invests in people to facilitate long term growth and development of the organisation and the technical skills it offers. Besides, the company is committed to creating the best possible working conditions for employees, by identifying hazards and putting in place controls to manage them. It has in place policies, procedures and controls, through a successfully implemented Quality Management System (QMS), to help the workforce become more motivated and engage better with one another.
Continuous improvement and innovation
G4MC does not rest on its laurels. In a market where client requirements are rapidly evolving, as far as possible, continuously, the company strives to remain relevant. “Our resources and market position ensure that we are exposed to the latest construction techniques, products and materials. Continuous improvement and innovation are hallmarks of G4 Mining and Civils’ approach to business, and we apply latest technology and our accrued skills in the most practical, efficient and financially feasible manner, ensuring our projects reach their full potential,” Badenhorst says, excited to highlight that the company achieved ISO 9001:2015 certification in May 2019.
Through endeavouring to deliver quality construction to meet budget and schedule goals, G4MC has created long-term working relationships with suppliers, sub-contractors, professional associates and customers. The company will continue pursuing this task in 2020 and beyond.
“A multi-faceted civil, mining and engineering company, G4 Mining & Civils (Pty) Ltd is well-resourced to provide its Civil Engineering and Geotechnical solutions to new projects.”
Project track record
G4MC has successfully completed to clients’ satisfaction in both civil engineering and geotechnical engineering. Some of them include:
- Sibanye Stillwater Waterval Chrome Mine Reflux Classifier – Rustenburg
- Lonmin Platinum –Dual Alkali effluent sump project – Rustenburg
- 250 KTPM Merensky Concentrator Upgrade Project at Bafokeng Rasimone Platinum
- Ingwenya Mineral Processing – Palesa Raw Coal Project and NBC
- City of Tshwane/Rheinland – Capital Park Bridge Construction and Jacking thereof
- Northam Booysendal/MK Africa – Lateral support to BCM 1 Box cut
- Rand Water – Maziya (F46 pipe jacking and lateral support)