Eng B Mugabe


BENOX MUGABE  is the Senior Partner at ProStruct Consulting Engineers, a company he formed in 2007. He attended Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken New Jersey where he obtained a Bachelor of Engineering degree in 1982. From 1982 to 1987, Benox was employed by the Department of Roads under the then Ministry of Roads and Road Traffic of the Government of Zimbabwe. During this period, he rose through the ranks from Resident Engineer on road and bridge construction sites to the position of Provincial Roads Engineer for Manicaland. As resident engineer, he supervised the construction of the Nyazura –Dorowa and Glendale-Chiweshe surfaced roads. He also supervised construction of the voided continuous deck Macheke river bridge and simply supported twin beam and slab Murove and Mwerahari river bridges. In his latter posting as provincial roads engineer, he was responsible for the construction and maintenance of a road network measuring over 1200 km with more than 150 bridges and box culverts. He was also the administrative head of the Department’s Manicaland Province with a staff complement of about 600 workers including engineers, technicians, administrative staff, general workers and supervisors. In 1988, Benox was awarded a scholarship to undertake a post graduate study programme at New Jersey Institute of Technology in Newark New Jersey where he graduated with a Master of Science degree in Civil Engineering in 1989. While studying for his master’s degree, Benox also worked for the Bridges Division of the Department of Transport at Trenton, New Jersey where he was involved in the design and maintenance inspection of bridges. Upon graduation, he re-joined the Department of Roads in Zimbabwe as the Chief Engineer for Bridge designs, a position he held from 1990 to September 1992. In 1991, Benox was seconded to Comesa as part of a Technical Team to study the effect of overloading on bridges and implementation of the “Bridge Formula” within Comesa countries. In October 1992, he was promoted to the position of Deputy Director for designs. As deputy director he was in charge of the Road and Bridge design branches, the Central Roads laboratory and the Research Branch of the Ministry. Benox also represented the Ministry at SATCC Technical conferences. Benox resigned from the civil service in December 1993 to join a private consulting firm as a director in charge of the structural division. In the private sector, he developed skills in evaluation, analysis and rehabilitation design of distressed structures and was the Team leader for the rehabilitation design and strengthening of Birchenough and Jack Quinton bridges. He also designed a number of buildings including the 16 storey Trust Towers in Harare, JM Nkomo airport terminal building in Bulawayo, Mutare Telecommunications building and a few others. In 2007, Benox resigned from his then employment to found ProStruct Consulting Engineers where he is the senior partner. The firm specialises in designing bridges, roads, buildings and other industrial structures. Under his leadership ProStruct has successfully carried out road and bridge projects in Zimbabwe, Botswana, Zambia, South Africa and Mozambique. Some of the major projects designed by Benox include the Manyame River Bridge on Harare-Norton road, Tynwald road over rail in Harare, the TIMB office Building in Harare and the first ever highway interchange in Botswana. Lately, he has also acquired skills in drafting PPP and BOT Concession agreements for the road sector. Benox is a Council member and past President of The Zimbabwe Association of Consulting Engineers. He is also registered with the Zimbabwe Institution of Engineers, the Engineering Council of Zimbabwe and the American Society of Civil Engineers.





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