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Gauss engineering has well qualified staff for their Operations, a good number of very qualified, experienced and motivated Engineers, Technicians, Artisans, Administrators and other staff.
In addition, the company can mobilize a good number of very motivated and experienced workers for any Project in good time in case more manpower is needed depending on the size of the project. Gauss engineering boasts of a technical team with extensive experience in:


Increased competition requires shorter project lead times and a reduction in cost structures. Riskier business environments require better risk mitigation strategies.

Proper Engineering Management has become essential to ensure that project outcomes address those factors that may impact a project’s development. GAUSS uses Engineering Management to improve each client’s position in the marketplace and to implement its total value proposition: Partnerships with clients, the creation of project- specific teams and integration of all potential project factors.

    Engineering Management includes:
  • Investigations and Reports
  • Feasibility, Concept and Preliminary Design Studies
  • Concept and Design Development, Basic Engineering (FEED)
  • Management and Integration of Detail Engineering activities
  • Bid Documentation and Bidding Process
  • Construction Contract Administration
  • Construction Contractor Management


Gauss has well qualified staff for the power systems designsOperations, a good number ofvery qualified, experienced and motivated Engineers, Technicians, Artisans, Administrators and other staff.

    Power system Works includes;
  • Overhead line construction
  • Electrical and Mechanical works
  • Underground cable works
  • Power Systems engineering
  • Way leaves Surveys
  • Power line Surveying and design


Industrial civil engineering requires unique solutions that may have to address vibration, chemical resistance, corrosion, handling of solid and liquid effluent, as well as other functional requirements. Projects often take place in high-risk environments requiring stringent safety, operational and quality control measures. GAUSS’s knowledgeable project teams understand the requirements of the various plant and process infrastructure which allows them to implement those control measures to ensure that risks are assessed, managed and contained.

    Industrial Civil Engineering Services include:
  • Engineering, Design and Draughting
  • Process Plant Infrastructure
  • Process Plant Structures
  • Bulk Fuel Storage Facilities and Infrastructure
  • Effluent Water Systems
  • Ash/Waste Disposal Infrastructure
  • Materials Handling Structures
  • Workshops and Warehouses
  • Electrical and Control Buildings
  • Administration Buildings


GAUSS’s wealth of experience in structural analysis and design ensures versatility and efficiency in the use of steel, concrete, masonry and composite materials.

The GAUSS design teams use a practical approach to ensure that engineering specifications result in ease of construction and cost control.

    Structural Engineering Services include:
  • Structural Analysis and Design
  • Specialized Analysis, considering seismic, blast resistant and other dynamic loading conditions
  • Engineering, Design and Draughting of structural steel, concrete and masonry
  • Structural Audits and Assessments
  • Foundation Engineering
  • Concrete Technology
  • Concrete Rehabilitation
  • Corrosion Protection
  • Building Structural Design and Specifications


Water is the lifeblood of society making sustainable water management an increasingly important consideration. GAUSS has been involved in numerous projects to create sustainable engineering solutions in Water supply projects, Effluent handling systems, Mine service water supply, Storm Water management and Pollution containment systems. Project lifecycles, operational factors and environmental factors are all integrated to provide sustainable

solutions that ensure ease of operation.
    Water & Services Engineering Services include:
  • Pressure and Gravity pipelines
  • Open Canals
  • Pump Stations
  • Weirs and Reservoirs
  • Pollution Control Dams
  • Industrial and Domestic sewers
  • Storm water Management
  • Water Demand and Network Analysis
  • Water and Fire Water Supply and Distribution Systems


New and existing road networks necessitate the correct balance between capital expenditure and maintenance interventions to optimize the economic lifespan of each road. GAUSS weighs alternative designs against traffic projections and lifecycle costs to recommend appropriate pavement management strategies to ensure that its clients achieve the maximum return on their investment.

    Roads & Transport Engineering Services include:
  • Route Determination
  • Geometric Design
  • Pavement Design
  • Road Rehabilitation
  • Parking Areas
  • Railways and Private sidings
  • Traffic Engineering
  • Pavement Management


A geographic information system (GIS) is any system that captures, stores, analyses, manages, and presents data that are linked to location. GIS is a special-purpose digital database, in which a common spatial coordinate system is the primary means of reference. Comprehensive GIS requires a means of:

  • Data input from maps, aerial photos, satellites, surveys and other sources
  • Data storage, retrieval and query
  • Data transformation, analysis and modelling (including spatial statistics)
  • Data reporting such as maps, reports and plans

GIS Expertise and Experience include:

GAUSS has recognized the opportunity to apply this technology to initiate and develop a Bentley Map Software tool that can assist in the facilities management of complex and technologically advanced infrastructure such as process plants, power stations and other industrial developments.

  • Using the Bentley Map together with Microsoft Access and SQL Server
  • Accessing GIS with web browser tool
  • Redrawing input from existing drawings to CAD and linking to GIS
  • Converting data between different Geodetic and Local Coordinate systems
  • Development, administration and maintenance of the GIS database
  • Linking existing and new electronic data to GIS
  • Populating existing databases to the GIS and creating linked objects to location infrastructure