Celebrating 10 years of engineering excellence

Our History

Founded by Auswell Mashaba a decade ago, AM Consulting Engineers (Pty) Ltd (AMCE) provides professional engineering and consulting services to the public and private infrastructure sectors.


AMCE has an experienced, multidisciplinary & professional team of full time experts with a diverse range of skills, and is committed to providing its clients with new and innovative project delivery solutions of a high quality that save time and costs.


AMCE is committed to contributing towards the reconstruction of South Africa through infrastructure development that positively impacts on the lives of South Africans.


AMCE is a Level Two (2) BBBEE Contributor. This is in line with our continued efforts to educate and train the large sector of our disadvantaged population.

We aim to accelerate the participation of black people in the economy by encouraging change in ownership, management & control employment equity, skills development, preferential procurement, enterprise and socio-economic development.

AMCE is committed to complying with the Quality Management System and the requirements of the ISO 9001 standard, and the various regulations as imposed by industry and the government of South Africa.

Our mission is to continuously provide quality professional services to our clients, driven by our dynamism, innovation and creativity through the clinical application of our high technical standards for engineering excellence.

Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA) is 'The Voice of Consulting Engineering'. CESA represents for its members, a body that promotes their joint interests and, because of its standing, provides quality assurance for clients.

The Black Business Council in the Built Environment (BBCBE),is the apex organization of black construction and professional organizations in the country.

Established in 2007, one of its main objectives is to engage government and other statutory bodies to influence the drafting and implementation of appropriate legislation in order to create an enabling environment for the black constituency in the building and construction industry.