Letseng Phase 1 & 1.1 Mining Complex
The project consists of the new Letseng diamond Mine workshop complex phase 1 and associated infrastructure, situated in the maloti Mountains in the kingdom of Lesotho.
- Client Name: Letseng Diamond Mine
- Country: Mokhotlong, Lesotho
- Commissioned: 01 December 2016
- Completed: Work In Progress
The workshop Complex will consist of a new heavy mining equipment (HME) workshop, wash bay, quick service workshop, offices and associated infrastructure and services, i.e. potable water, storm water, parking areas as well as heating and electricity supply and distribution
LHDA Polihali Gauging Weir
This gauging station was built 500 metres downstream of the Polihali Dam, to accurately measure volumes and flow of water in the Senqu River to aid in the planning of the construction of the dam.
The Polihali Dam is part of the Lesotho Highlands Water Project (LHWP) - Phase Two.
Setsoto National Stadium Upgrade
The Project involved the construction of a new East and West stand, which include ablutions, retail shops and stores in the stands, as well as renovations to the existing structures and the grounds.
Electrical Grid Extension Kaonyana Area
132kV overhead power line to Liqhobong Substation, 132kV feeder bay and 132kV Capacitor Bank at the Lejone Substation, 2 x 20 MVA 132/11kV Substation, 2 x 11kV lines to Kao and 2 x 11kV lines to Liqhobong
Medigrow Lesotho Limited
The project has been initiated by MEDIGROW LESOTHO with the objective to produce high quality contaminant free medical cannabis based oil for a global distribution to the benefit of the local community and the country.
The infrastructure requirement is divided into 5 categories, namely:
- Electrical Powerline- 11 Kv Powerline to the Facility
- Civil works
- Multi-span Green Houses
Letseng Patiseng Expansion Conveyor Platform
To design and construct a shaped ‘rock fill’ platform with a wearing course, on which to mount conveyors.
The design provides for two level platforms and a sloped platform between these, (fall of 52 m), all three platforms forming a conveyor support for approximately 285 metres of conveyor.