Mbongeni Dube is the founder of EBUD Construction Services and is currently registered with the South African Council for the Quantity Surveying Profession as a Professional Registered Quantity Surveyor (PrQS – Registration No. 4075). He is also a professional member of the Association of South African Quantity Surveyors (Membership No. 5103).


Bachelor of Science (QS) N.U.S.T, 2004
Mbongeni Dube is qualified and highly skilled in the quantity surveying field and financial analysis. Key experience includes but not limited to Project Planning and analysis, project feasibility studies, value engineering for capital and maintenance work, project cost audits and budgeting.
Career experience includes a variety of projects from both private properties to government building and public structures which encompass libraries, schools, clinics, multi-purpose structures and housing.


Some of Our Clients

Services – Construction Cost Consultancy Services during renovation of existing schools that the mine has adopted. These include Manthe Primary School (Taung), Mogale wa Bagale Technical High School (Burgersfort) and Phaladingoe Technical High School (Mokopane)

Our services encompass preparation of specifications, project implementation and monitoring as well as value engineering during the execution of the projects.

Ebud has been appointed as Quantity Surveyors for various projects for the North West Department of Public Works which include schools, clinics and hospitals. The services rendered are in line with the current government norms and standards for these public facilities as well as compliance with SANS 10400 regulations.

Key Projects includes Lichtenburg High School, Traffic Police Training College, Vryburg Weighbridge, Botshelo Primary School and Bahurutshe ba ga Moiloa Traditional Offices.

Ebud was engaged as a principal consultant to assist the IDT with the conversion of existing school classrooms into smart classrooms which involves a paperless environment. Scoping and project Implementation was done by Ebud whereby existing classrooms were fully revamped and installations to enable smart learning as well as security features for these installations were done.

Ebud was engaged to assist the NWDC with facilities management in line with GIAMA principles. The pilot project being existing multi-storey office block where a condition assessment was done and a maintenance and upgrade plan was developed taking into account occupation of the building. Green building was key in the design of the new office with energy saving being the main driver as well as making the building installations compliant with current legislation.