Titus Modingwane started his career in 1991 in the transportation and civil infrastructure fields. He has gained experience and successfully completed projects on Transportation Planning, Traffic Impact Studies, Geometric Design, Pavement Design and Wet Services Design.
In 1993 he furthered his studies as a Research Associate where knowledge on Transportation, Pavement and Rehabilitation Design was enhanced. As a Research Associate, he also completed a research report on Road Planning and Layout Considerations to Improve Traffic Safety in Squatter Areas for the Department of Transport, SA.
In 1995 he once more joined the Civil Industry and further enhanced his experience in transportation planning and civil infrastructure projects, and founded Aganang Consulting Engineers in 1997.
Abram Modingwane has been involved in master planning and development of assets management systems within the local government arena.
His experience includes: municipal infrastructure condition assessment(s) planning, condition assessments analytical modelling, pavement management system, gravel road management system, storm-water management system, future infrastructure performance prediction modelling, maintenance strategy development and associated cost estimation.
Pearl Mabija during her tertiary studies, she had the opportunity to work in diverse civil service projects with numerous engineering companies. In 2010, she joined Aurecon as a student looking for hands-on civil engineering work. The company provided her with ideal opportunities to apply what she has learnt in theory to a real-world scenario. She worked alongside with experienced employees, assisting as a junior student supervisor in the refurbishment of an existing 30ml/d Homevale wastewater treatment works
In 2016, she joined Aganang Consulting Engineers as an intern. Where she was working with Frances Baard District Municipality. Her role was to assist rural local municipalities to set up their road asset management system using Geographic Information System (GIS). After completing her National Diploma
in Civil Engineering, she hold a position as Representative Engineer for Galeshewe Public Transport Network Upgrade projects of new walkways in all main streets. In 2018, she successfully completed Galeshewe and Stormwater Implementation project Phase 1 in Kimberley and she was assigned the role of an Assistant Resident Engineer.