Operation and management
ACE GIBB (Pty) Ltd is a member of GIBB Holdings – one of the region’s leading engineering and management consultancies providing consulting, design and management services for projects in the fields of water and wastewater, civil engineering, transportation, environment, finance and commerce, buildings and defence.

The group is proud to have worked with the following prestigious clients:
• Department of Water Affairs (of the Ministry of Minerals, Energy and Water Affairs)
• Botswana Road Department (Ministry of Works and Transport)
• Ministry of Local Government, Lands and Housing
• Water Utilities Corporation
• Department of Waste Management and Pollution Control
• Ministry of Finance and Development Planning
• Ministry of Agriculture
• Selebi Phikwe Town Council
• Botswana Power Corporation
• Jwaneng Town Council
• Lobatse Town Council
• Sowa Pan Town Council

GIBB operates across the African continent and has recently undertaken projects in Angola, Botswana, Ghana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, Rwanda, Seychelles, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia.

Involvement in Botswana
ACE GIBB is particularly proud of its continuous involvement in the development of infrastructure of Botswana over the past 30 years, since its initial work on Shashe Dam and Selebi Phikwe Town between 1969 and 1974.
At its peak in the late 1980s, ACE GIBB employed over 200 people in Botswana, the majority of which were Botswana nationals.

Currently, ACE GIBB has a staff complement of 16, consisting of 10 engineers and 6 administrative. The office is located in Gaborone and is fully automated including computers and office equipment, linked to our offices throughout the region. The GIBB Group currently employs approximately 650 staff.
ACE GIBB is able to propose the assignment of senior technical staff with extensive, relevant experience in Botswana and the Southern African region, and who have successfully delivered projects in Botswana over the years.

We have also worked for many other Botswana clients in the private sector, such as education, insurance, banking and mining sectors.