Building the cities of tomorrow
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- Busso v. Alvensleben, Director, Pretoria Office, KfW Bankengruppe (5MB)
- Charles K. Boakye, Director, Institute for Infrastructure Development (2.3MB)
- Eric Noir, Technical Director, WSP Consulting Engineers, WSP Group Africa (7.5MB)
- Gaetan Siew, Trustee, African Union of Architects; Former President, International Union of Architects; CEO, Global Creative Leadership Institute (3.9MB)
- H.W. Mohamed Elhaj Baballa Luala, Mayor of Juba (2.4MB)
- Jean-Pierre Elong Mbassi, Secretary General, United Cities and Local Governments of Africa (UCLGA) (156KB)
- João Munguambe, Aldermen for the Economic Activities, City of Maputo (3.7MB)
- Kecia Rust, Coordinator, Centre for Affordable Housing Finance in Africa (CAHF) (104KB)
- Michael Webster, Sr. Water and Sanitation Specialist, The World Bank, Harare, Zimbabwe (5.9MB)
- Robert Choudury, Managing Director, Hawkwood Properties; Project Developer of La Cité du Fleuve in Kinshasa (7.9MB)
- Trevor Ward, Specialist Consultant, W Hospitality Group (207KB)
- Richard Perez - 2013 04 22 (summit presentation) (1.3MB)
- Mota-Engil Africa - At the rhythm of life and progress (76MB)
- Presentation kora Angola March 2013 - English (37MB)
Renewable Energy Partner
With a consolidated position in the top 59 European economic construction groups, Mota-Engil increasingly enhances its position within the international market. Operating in 19 countries in the world divided into four geographic centres, thus Portugal, Africa, Central Europe and Latin America.
Developing a wide range of activities, Engineering and Construction, Environment and Services, Transport Infrastructure Concessions, and Mining, Mota-Engil is committed to quality and established objectives. The growing international affirmation and diversity of services ensured through demonstrated technical competence in each project, has allowed Mota-Engil to build a reputation for excellence.
Mota-Engil Africa a division of the group, calls Africa home as the Group began its operations 66 Years ago in Angola. Present in other markets such as Mozambique and Malawi and others in expansion such as South Africa, Cape Verde, S. Tome and Principe and Zimbabwe, with an objective to further increase its operations in Africa.
Within this perspective, Mota-Engil is extending its activity in Africa, by assessing new markets and diversification to new business areas, thus establishing a commitment to the development of these economies with high potential, in which investment in the mining area is the most recent example of this very same commitment with Africa.Close Window