Advisory Services

EEA offers Technical Advisory Services (TAS) to support clients at the local government, metropolis and provincial levels for better province both economic and social infrastructure required by the society. EEA TAS also covers market research, community research and stakeholder survey. EEA is also able to provide training to target groups to create programme or project awareness and implementation procedures. 


For contractors and subcontractors, managing delivery without non-value adding activities (waste) can mean increased productivity, higher profits, lower operating costs, and capital that charts a progressive future path for the firm. As part of the advisory team, EEA can show supply chain members how.

For public and private sector clients, managing delivery without non-value adding activities (waste) can mean zero harm, cost overrun, time overrun, defects, satisfied stakeholders and social value that charts a progressive future path for the community. As part of the advisory team, EEA can show the clients how.


EEA takes a fresh look at processes, help see value-adding activities, consider all options through cost-benefit analysis (CBA), and work with partners to make informed decisions on how best to use resources and time. EEA advisory services thus cover, programme management, project management, construction management, and construction supervision.


Construction Programme Management (CPM) ensures projects are aligned with strategic vision and objectives, and meet delivery targets (functionality, operation, cost, budget, and time). The CPM services we offer are not limited to:

  • Establishment of a Programme Management Office (PMO).
  • Establishment of deliverables for work packages or stages.
  • Programme monitoring and reporting.
  • Programme evaluation and revision.


At EEA, project management (PM) is contextualised for construction products and services. EEA helps clients to expedite:

  • The development of systems and tools for PM based on best practices.
  • Training (workshop) in PMBOK knowledge areas.
  • Establishment of a Project Management Office (PMO).
  • Establishment of deliverables for work packages or stages.
  • Progress monitoring and reporting.
  • Quality Management.
  • Health, Safety, and Wellbeing.


Led by an experienced civil engineer cum construction managers with the necessary competences, knowledge and skills related to a range of procedures, tools and systems, EEA offers value-adding construction management services that are not limited to:

  • Procurement and contracting strategy (delivery methods).
  • Constructability reviews.
  • Advice regarding health, safety, wellbeing and the environment.
  • On-site inspections concerning progress, health and safety and quality. Identification of damages and defects and supervision of their removal.
  • Progress reporting to the Client.


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