Black Balance Projects specialises in a range of professional services on behalf of its diverse client-base, providing comprehensive project management and consulting services in the business built environment, while being cognisant of the country’s social development needs.
Black Balance Projects carries out feasibility studies, development plans, final design, site-monitoring and
project management for:
Municipal Infrastructural Development –
• Water purification works;
• Bulk water supply and reticulation;
• Waste water treatment works;
• Bulk sanitation mains and reticulation;
• Pump stations for sewage and potable water; and
• Roads and storm-water.
Structural Development –
• Water and sewage treatment works;
• Potable water reservoirs; and
• Commercial and industrial buildings.
Rural Development –
• Water supply schemes for historically disadvantaged areas.
Black Balance Projects provides a range of services designed to impact positively on economic development. These include:
• Linking spatial and infrastructure potential to the development of economic opportunities at a Municipal level;
• Developing economic strategy on a district-wide basis;
• Undertaking value-chain analyses and feasibility studies in terms of identified economic development opportunities;
• Packaging opportunities into viable business plans in order to attract funding; and
• Implementing business plans in conjunction with Municipal partners.
Black Balance Projects offers a full range of architectural services, together with comprehensive development and project management services. Given that the company does not subscribe to a particular style or movement, its architectural language is versatile, functional, innovative and responsive to clients’ needs. Services include:
• Residential architecture;
• Commercial architecture;
• Industrial architecture;
• Community projects;
• Corporate projects; and
• Mixed-use architecture.
Black Balance Projects offers its clients a diverse planning bouquet, which includes:
• Strategic and policy planning;
• Spatial planning;
• Urban and rural development planning;
• Project development and facilitation;
• Land use management;
• Township establishment;
• Urban design;
• Programme and project management; and
• Property portfolio assessment, development and management.