single-point responsibility
for multidisciplinary projects

BOTSWANA

Stefanutti Stocks Botswana is an established and respected general contractor within the Botswana construction industry.

As a multidisciplinary general contracting company we work for all industries and have the capability to construct a broad range of infrastructure, including transport infrastructure, road infrastructure, water and waste water infrastructure and all types of office accommodation.

excellence in execution

For almost three decades we have undertaken all types, sizes, and complexities of building projects (for the public and private sector) across Botswana. Our business’s success is built on pioneering, innovative execution methods and our ability to deliver safe, high-quality projects. Our commitment to safety, quality and environmental stewardship is ingrained in everything we do: it is demonstrated in our core values, and evident in our people and the structures that we build.

Stefanutti Stocks Botswana’s project portfolio includes expansion projects on diamond and nickel mines, road works, a large water and effluent treatment facility in Francistown, as well as numerous traditional building contracts. These include the Hukuntsi Primary Hospital, the Health Science Building in Lobatsi, the prestigious Maun Hospital, multiple retail & leisure facilities and landmark high-rise commercial buildings, such as the Fairscapes Precinct and the SADC headquarters in Gaborone. We recently completed the Maun Airport expansion project.

Our current projects include the redevelopment of the Bank of Botswana; civil & building works for Coca Cola Gaborone’s Wastewater Treatment Plant; and the construction of a new NTT Nissan dealership in Francistown, a multi-storey office block for PWC in Gaborone, and hydro-meteorological monitoring sites for Transboundary Water Management (following the successful completion of office alterations and additions for this client).

In line with our pioneering corporate culture Stefanutti Stocks was the proponent of the first office accommodation public private partnership in Botswana in 2007.

Our Capabilities within Various Construction Disciplines Span:

Building

  • Airports terminals and buildings,
  • Commercial buildings,
  • High-rise buildings,
  • Industrial & service buildings,
  • Property development facilitation,
  • Hotels,
  • Healthcare facilities,
  • Shopping centres,
  • Township and residential developments,
  • Mass housing, low-cost/affordable housing,
  • Walk-up construction (school, student residence, magistrate court, police station), and
  • Construction of buildings for the energy generation sector including:
    • Conventional buildings
    • Substations
    • Access control buildings
    • Workshops
    • Administration offices
    • Masonry

      Civils

      • Airports,
      • Bridges,
      • Dam & irrigation schemes,
      • Effluent & water treatment facilities, and
      • Structural rehabilitation and repair.

      Roads & Earthworks

      • Road construction,
      • Bulk earthworks,
      • Excavation, and
      • Blasting.
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      Project portfolio

      Please visit our project section, via the below links to view some of our long-term projects:

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      Palapye Water Treatment Plant Expansion

      The multidisciplinary Palapye Water Treatment Plant Expansion project in Botswana was undertaken by the Stefanutti Stocks Heinsite Joint Venture for the Water Utilities Corporation between June 2019 and March 2022.

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      Botswana’s Maun International Airport

      This premier airport renovation, at Botswana’s Maun International Airport in Ngamiland District, was undertaken by Stefanutti Stocks Botswana for the Civil Aviation Authority of Botswana (CAAB) between April 2019 and February 2022.

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