EES was responsible for project managing the implementation of the Cape Town International Airport’s intelligent backbone.
Cape Town International Airport
“Work on the Central Terminal Building involved integrating the domestic and international terminals to streamline operations, boost efficiency, ensure the airport is better utilised and enhance travelers’ airport experience,” said Bradley Hemphill, MD EES.
Cape Town International Conference Centre
“It is vital that hotels, resorts and hospitality concerns are in line with the global emphasis on green issues, which will enable them to manage and reduce their energy consumption,” - Bradley Hemphill
Gautrain Sandton Station South Africa
Scope of Work: Special systems services co-ordination for Sandton Station. EES Client: Murray & Roberts / Bombela
Established in 2001, EES 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. With over 180 successful projects to date, EES operates predominantly in the Renewable Energy, Oil & Gas, Financial Services, Infrastructure, Utilities, Telecoms and Mining sectors.
EES is committed to proactively assisting clients reduce their carbon footprint and facilitate the development of a ‘green’ commercial environment. With offices in Johannesburg, Cape Town and Stellenbosch, EES plays a key role in mission critical environments throughout the African continent. read more
EES project manages intelligent infrastructure for new EY Johannesburg offices (03/07/13)
The new EY Johannesburg office currently under construction in the rapidly expanding Sandton Central Business District (CBD) epitomizes the latest in leading edge technology and design. Integral to this is the installation from day one of Information & Communication Technologies and intelligent infrastructure.
Green construction: critical to SA’s built industry (07/05/13)
The South African built industry recognises that green construction is imperative if we are to reduce carbon emissions and leave a world that will be habitable for future generations. The move to green is therefore rapidly gaining momentum here, in line with the global focus on ensuring a green, sustainable environment, and the international commitment to reducing energy consumption.
Data traffic optimization and the Sandton business hub (22/04/13)
Rapid infrastructural development and expansion in the Sandton Central Business District (CBD) has resulted in a crucial need to enhance data accessibility. Just as the Gautrain has brought thousands of commuters to the Sandton CBD daily, so a sophisticated telecommunication network is required to provide faster connectivity speeds. Integral to achieving this is the optimisation of data traffic across the wide area network within the business hub.