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::Overview

Since 1949, The Elgin Group has delivered turnkey engineering solutions to its clients through a powerful network of specialist companies who are each leaders in their particular field of expertise.

Combined, our companies offer a total and integrated engineering solution to various high profile sectors, including mining and mineral, marine, petrochemical and sugar production as well as general industry.   By leveraging our experience, capacity and skills, Elgin has gained a reputation as one of Africa’s leading engineering groups.

Today, the Elgin Group is a 100% black owned and managed company which represents a workforce of more than 1,200 people, delivering services to some of the world’s largest companies.

 

 

 


News

Elgin Engineering Awarded Petroleum Plant Routine Maintenance Shutdown Project - 7 July 2014
A major petroleum company has scheduled a routine maintenance shutdown of their refinery in order to perform annual maintenance.

Elgin Engineering Acquires The Latest In Design Technology - 18 June 2014
Elgin Engineering has always been on the forefront of investing in- and acquiring the latest in technology, in order to enhance its capabilities.

Few big names among groups chosen for Prasa renewal project - 4 December 2013
The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) and Gibela Rail Transportation on Monday signed a R51-billion contract for the supply of 600 passenger trains, made up of 3 600 coaches, to be delivered between 2015 and 2025.

Saldanha liquefied petroleum gas bulk importation and storage facility, South Africa - 11 October 2013
Following a rigorous Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) Section 56 tender process, TNPA awarded Sunrise Energy the terminal operator agreement earlier this year. Sunrise Energy has by the a concession by TNPA to build and operate an open-access LPG

Mega LPG Project Brings New Engineering Works - 10 October 2013
Durban-based Elgin Engineering have been contracted to set up shop next to the import and storage facility to manufacture the massive gas storage containers, commonly known as bullets.