BUNENGI INFRASTRUCTURE AND ICT
Bunengi Infrastructure is the project development division of BIG. We advise clients on economic development, infrastructure development, company operations and investment strategies. Bunengi Infrastructure is dedicated to developing and ensuring longterm socio-economic development on the African continent along with our partners WBHO in whom we are invested through our Chairman - www.wbho.co.za.
Bunengi Infrastructure facilitates partnerships in multifaceted, large-scale infrastructure projects. We bring together the skills of sectoral specialists and our management team. We are dedicated to establishing strong and sustainable relationships with stakeholders and creating the environment to maximise the benefits and economies of our clients and partners.
Our goal is for Africa to realise her full potential through projects that are de-risked, structured and developed in a manner that makes them economically sustainable.
OUR INVESTMENT PHILOSOPHY
We offer a combination of intuitive understanding of government’s drivers, influencers and objectives, and 15 years of worldwide experience in public and private capital investment programs. We are suitably equipped to provide our clients and partners with a depth of knowledge to ensure the successful delivery of projects as well as complex programmes.
BIG has a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) in place with SkyTrain (TM). We are securing the funding for a bankable feasibility study to raise development capital to build, operate, manage and maintain the SkyTrain (TM) in Accra, Ghana.
The SkyTrain (TM) is a much needed rapid transit system that will serve the African people and business.
The project aims to build an elevated light rail network that is quick, clean, comfortable and an affordable means of transportation.
Designed to accommodate present and future transit demands, the SkyTrain (TM) will be an efficient and flexible rapid transit system that can be constructed for lower capital costs and, above all, cost effective operation and maintenance.
Read more about the SkyTrain (TM) project here.
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