Covid19 Mossel Bay hospital
Project BackgroundOn 23rd March 2020 President Cyril Ramaphosa announced measures to combat the Covid-19 pandemic. The need for a separate area to treat Covid-19 patients was prioritized by the management of Mossel Bay Hospital. The extension of the Emergency Medical Services, that was under construction, was identified as a suitable area as it is linked to the main hospital, but also has a separate access whereby patients do not need to enter the main hospital area. 
Consulting Services: NHI Backlog Maintenance, Upgrades and Refurbishment at Mossel bay Hospital
Project Manager:Virtual Consulting Engineers 
Client:National Department of Health
Project Description:Virtual Consulting Engineers is part of a consortium consisting of academic and industrial partners from South Africa and from Mozambique that has been tasked to add know-how on additional technologies and system integration to realize a solution adapted to local requirements. The aim is to research and develop an autonomous and decentralized “Made in Africa” water treatment system for rural and periurban areas which is highly efficient in the degradation of harmful pollutants, at the same time very effective in killing microbiological contaminants and which is accepted by the members of rural communities.
Consulting Services:Research and System Design
Principle Agent:Virtual Consulting Engineers
Client:Safe Water Africa