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Servansingh Jadav & Partners

https://www.sjpce.com/

Overview

  • Organization TypeDevelopment Consulting, Works & Construction
  • HeadquartersMauritius
  • Founded1987
Servansingh Jadav & Partners was established in May 1987 by Mr Raj Servansingh and Mr Hirji V Jadav. Prior to May 1987,  Mr H  V  Jadav and Mr R Servansingh were leading working Partners in a Consulting Engineers’ firm for twelve years. Servansingh Jadav & Partners took over the responsibility and professional liability of most of the projects in hand as well as the office and staff of the dissolved partnership. In line with the international trend in the consultancy field, the firm changed its legal status from a partnership to a limited company in 1997 and has been operating under the name of Servansingh Jadav & Partners Consulting Engineers Ltd. Over the past few years, the firm has provided structural and civil engineering consultancy services for projects of total annual value exceeding MUR 1.0 billion. Mission Statement Vision To be a regionally respected consulting firm offering comprehensive solutions.  Mission Provide sound engineering solutions and operate as an regional engineering firm. Values -Customer satisfaction -Technical excellence with professional ethics -Organisational and individual growth

Careers

Staff at Servansingh Jadav & Partners have experience in

Sectors

  • engineering
  • development
  • procurement process
  • architecture / design
  • housing finance

Countries

  • mauritius
  • saudi arabia

Skills

  • managerial experience
  • business development

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Company Offices
  • Mauritius (headquarters)
  • Beau Bassin
  • 7 Remy Ollier Street
  • Seychelles
  • Victoria
  • Creole Spirit”, P. O. Box 18, Quincy Street, Mahé
  • Rwanda
  • Kigali
  • Plot No. 21320, KN 5Rd Airport Road Amajyambere, Rukiri I, Gisimenti, Remera-Gasabo