Project Management of the ICT, Security and Audio Visual systems at Alexander Forbes Head Office, including a benchmark Data Centre and Building Management System ensuring a more energy and resource efficient environment.
Managing the relocation of EY’s African Head Office Data Centre and ensuring a fully functional office with zero business disruption.
King Shaka International Airport
Technical Advisory and Project Management of the integrated commissioning and operational trial testing of over 40 special systems including Data Centres, ICT, Security and Building Management Systems at King Shaka International Airport’s terminal and support buildings.
Cape Town International Airport
Project Management and IT Consulting of the 4 Data Centres and converged MPLS ICT Network at Cape Town International Airport in line with world-wide standards to streamline operations, boost efficiency, increase airport utilisation and enhance passengers’ airport experience.
Gautrain Sandton Station
The co-ordination and integration of the ICT, Security, Audio Visual and Building Management Systems into the civil and building works for the Gautrain Sandton Station.
With efficient EES Project Management, Consol’s Glass B4 Furnace was rebuilt within 90 days to ensure glass producing capacity is increased from 285 tons to 320 tons per day.
Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality Stadium
As IT Consultants, EES realised a 12% saving on the capital cost of ICT, Security and Audio Visual Systems installation by building an intelligent backbone into the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality Stadium complex.
Established in 2001, EES Africa (Pty) Ltd provides Management, Engineering and Auditing services. As an ISO 9001:2008 certified company, we specialise in the integration of multiple system infrastructure including ICT, Data Centres, Audio Visual, Life Safety, Security and Building Automation Systems.
The EES Value Proposition focuses on translating technology into tangible deliverables for clients through the experience of a talented team of Engineering and ICT Consultants and Project Managers.
Could sandbag house technology be the solution to SA’s low cost housing need? (25/04/2014)
EES Africa (Pty) Ltd, ISO 9001:2008 certified company specialising in technology management, engineering and auditing, will be assisting Heart Capital, an impact investment company, in the next step of its E-Khaya Housing Solutions initiative.
The initiative comprises the roll out of innovative, sustainable, cost-effective houses constructed using sandbag technology. Heart Capital tackles social and environmental problems at grassroots level.
An integrated security system (ISS) will optimise global port security (26/03/2014)
Security threats, sabotage and acts of terrorism are becoming progressively more advanced throughout the world. The marine industry is seeing increasing piracy attacks on sea vessels globally and especially off the coast of East Africa, and ports are becoming more vulnerable to threats to national security.
It is therefore vital to enhance and optimise the security of ships and port facilities worldwide. Technological advances, particularly leading edge developments in integrated security systems, are being used to do this.
“Today technological advances in control, integration and connectivity play an integral role in port security and protection of ports against national security threats,” explains Jaco Cronje, Director at EES Africa Pty Ltd (EES). EES, an ISO 9001:2008 certified company, provides management, engineering and auditing services, and specialises in the integration of multiple system infrastructure.
Proposed increase in SA’s solar renewable energy will lead to positive spin-offs (28/02/2014)
A key revision outlined in South Africa’s draft Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) revision (Update report 2013), is the proposed substantial increase in solar renewable energy capacity, both Photovoltaic (PV) and Concentrated Solar Power (CSP).
The draft IRP revision proposes that the PV allocation be increased by 1330 MW, while CSP allocation, which to date has only been given a low MW capacity, be increased by a substantial 2100 MW. The increased solar energy allocation, if implemented, would of course contribute to alleviating the country’s inconsistent, unreliable power supply, by diversifying energy resources and boosting energy security.
However, as importantly, it would lead to a number of very positive spin-offs and benefits, which would help overcome other challenges confronting South Africa.