In 1989 the firm received it's first appointment to manage a multi-disciplinary contract incorporating electrical, mechanical, civil, structural and cost engineering disciplines. Since then the firm had completed several projects as the managers of multi-disciplinary engineering teams.
A highlight in the firm's history is the appointment in 1995 to manage the Olifants-Sand River Water Transfer Project. Phases 1 and 2 of this project had since been completed at a total cost of R 220 000 000. The works had been completed in budget and on schedule. Phase 1 had been awarded the 1997 SAACE/Construction World Design Award for Engineering Excellence in the "Multi-disciplinary (including Project Management)" category.
Another highlight in the firms history was the appointment in 2004 as the project Co-ordinators for the VRESP project, a R 2,3 billion water supply project to supplement the water supply to the Eastern Subsystem of the Vaal River System. The client is the Department of Water Affairs and Forestry.