Gweru based, Imali Projects, an infrastructure developer and civil engineering; project managers, and suppliers of construction aggregates has managed to offer world class service delivery for clients despite the deepening state of the economy as the company has adopted a number of innovative and turnkey business practices and service delivery solutions.
Speaking to AgriSeason in Gweru, the managing director of Imali Projects Director, Mr. Munyaradzi Masvaya said that his young company was incorporated in 2015, but has managed to offer efficient and innovative infrastructure development and integrated transport and logistics solutions for her growing clients.
Fronted by innovative and young accountant and project manager, Mr. MasvayaImali Projects has been part of a consortium of service providers that Mega Watt Building in 2015 to 2018, in Gweru. Mr. Masvaya said that his company managed to work with the best in the construction industry in the country to provide excellent serce delivery as his company “believes in doing right the first time.”
In 2015, Imali Projects constructed the Bethel Clinic maternity ward in Gweru, before embarking on a 28 kilometre stretch of the Nkululeko road and soon after 63 kilimetres of the Mberengwa road.
The company constructed the Gilena road in Somabula and recently finished the construction of the CBZ low density houses at Mutasa housing project.
Imali prides that the company has been fitted the ceiling at the Midlands State University new administration block.
The young company has provided the haulage of aggregates for the construction of roads and civil works at the Northgate housing project in Gweru. The company also constructed a number of houses under the Northgate housing project.
The head of Imali said that he is motivated by the need to assist and support black entrepreneurship development and youth participation in business adding that he strives to promote the adoption of sound business principles and practices to ensure world class standards in business in general and the infrastructure development sector in particular.
Zimbabwe business has suffered years of regression, contraction and disinvestment due to a number political and economy challenges affecting the country that has seen rising inflation and the cost of raw materials and service delivery said Mr. Munyaradzi Masvaya.
The changes in the economy has triggered uncontrollable spates of prices increases that continue to affect the cost of business and planning, said Mr. Munyaradzi Masvaya.
The pricing regime in Zimbabwe has affected generally and practically everything and many services providers in the country have to make do with the every changing price of everything from fuel, power, labour, and other requirements. The economic instability has also triggered a spate of incessant power and water cuts making it very difficult for business operators to function.
Mr. Masvaya advises young and aspiring business people raise their standards to meet client expectations well and for them to leverage “relationships and synergies more than invoices.”
The company intends to mentor and train young entrepreneurs and engineers to adopt sound business principles and innovative skills to survive harsh economic environments like the one Zimbabwe is in now.
The future looks bright for Imali Projects as the company has set to expand operations into other countries in Africa and help bring new and innovative principles in business in other countries in Africa said Mr. Munyaradzi Masvaya
For more information you may contact: Mr. Munyaradzi Masvaya onPhone: +263 782 140 847 Director
Phone: +263 772 639 806 Projects Director
Physical Address: 112 Protea Court Fife Avenue, Harare