“MegChem applies engineering resources optimally to translate client needs into process plant that meets agreed objectives.”
The MegChem Way
Tried, tested and proven methodologies, expedited where appropriate, with development in technology & skills – underpinned by a love of engineering.
With our systems and procedures, we can support a client from A to Z and beyond. We pride ourselves on providing long-term maintenance and support beyond the scope of installation and implementation.
What sets us apart?
We have the ability to translate an undefined failure into a design solution that can be contracted out within the framework of different commercial models.
MegChem is a technical solutions provider in a complex industrial process environment.
A South African company with extensive local experience, MegChem offers a level of service that competes with top international corporations.
ENGINEERING AS THE BASIS FOR PROJECT SUCCESS
Engineering is our passion and we have many years of experience behind us. We’re always looking for new innovations, new ideas and new solutions. This means you can enjoy our extensive expertise, benefit from tried and trusted methodologies, and realise the potential of the latest developments in engineering science.
We believe that the key to any project’s success is a close collaboration between us and our clients.
We’re committed to turning challenges into solutions. We’re there to offer advice, manage risk and combine technical service and expertise into a tailor-made solution that meets your requirements.
89 engineers (32 Pr Eng), 110 designers and support resources
Approved by Lloyd's Register Quality Assurance
Provision of a multi discipline design, consultation, engineering, procurement and construction services (EPC/EPCM) to the petrochemical and allied services industries. As well as design and detail engineering services for metallurgical, process and mechanical engineering disciplines.
MegChem has managed more than 150 EPC/EPCm projects over the past 10 years with a total value exceeding R2 billion.