Water and Sanitation Services

GIBB’s Water and Sanitation Services is a related service within the Integrated Infrastructure sector. The sector is a market leader in the planning, design and delivery of infrastructure solution projects throughout South Africa and Africa.

The Categories are : water-sanitation


GIBB’s Integrated Infrastructure sector provides solutions to both public and private sector clients. In South Africa and other African countries, we face a number of challenges due to scarce water resources, crumbling infrastructure, tightening budgets and a skills shortage in the fields of engineering.

If these challenges are not met in the near future then the impact on our environment and human health will be significant. At GIBB we are proud of our track record in providing these essential services to communities across South Africa and Africa.

Our Services Include

  •  Masterplanning
  •  Feasibility studies
  •  Bulk water conveyance
  •  Bulk sewer outfalls
  •  Water treatment works
  •  Wastewater treatment works
  •  Water conservation and demand management


  •  Feasibility studies
  •  Auditing
  • Ground investigations
  • Permit applications
  • Waste management strategies
  • Landfill design
  • Upgrading and closure of existing sites

Civil Infrastructure to the Wastewater T...

Barrick Lumwana

Ndzevane Irrigation Scheme

Government of Swaziland, Lutheran World Federatio...

Maguga Dam and Hydropower Station

Swaziland Government, Ministry of Natural Resource...

EIA Gaborone Wastewater Reclamation

Water Utilities Corporation

Francistown Water Master Plan

Water Utilities Corporation

Thornhill Raw Water Pipeline Phase 1

OR Tambo District Municipality
Kempton Park, Gauteng, South Africa

Sir Lowry’s Pass Outfall Sewer

City of Cape Town
Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

Bulk Sewers to Sicelo and Other Areas

Midvaal Municipality
Sicelo, Gauteng, South Africa

Thornhill Bulk Water Supply Scheme

OR Tambo District Municipality
Greater Mthatha, Eastern Cape, South Africa

King Williams Town Bulk Regional Sewerag...

Buffalo City Metropolitan Municipality
Eastern Cape, South Africa

Kabompo Gorge Hydropower Project

Copperbelt Energy Corporation (CEC)

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