Lund Consulting Engineers CC is a Close Corporation, which is currently managed by three members. The Firm’s Head Office is located in Windhoek. Site offices are established for large projects as, where and when may be required.
Following Kai Lund’s retirement at the end of February 2008, Reimund took over as joint-managing member of the Firm.
Reimund Stoldt is a registered Professional Engineer with the Engineering Council of Namibia and a Member of the Engineering Professions Association of Namibia.
Reimund graduated as Dipl. Ing. from the “Fachhochschule Hamburg”, Germany, in 1989. He has over 30 years of post qualification experience and has been the team leader and senior design engineer for various multi-million dollar projects in the civil, structural and water related fields, including feasibility studies, planning reports, structural investigations, new and rehabilitation designs, tender documentation and contract administration and, in many instances, project management as well. His professional skills and experience include structural engineering, construction management and administration, quality control, township development and services, sewage reticulation and treatment, storm water drainage, roads and road surveys, hydrological analyses, hydraulic engineering, water supply and distribution, pipeline engineering, pump stations, reservoirs and rural water supply projects.
Amongst these many disciplines, Reimund specialises in structural design, civil engineering projects, project administration, contract coordination and cost control.
Following the merger of Pro-Services with LCE, Günter became joint-managing member of the Firm.
Günter Brettschneider is a registered Incorporated Engineer with the Engineering Council of Namibia and a Member of the Engineering Professions Association of Namibia.
Günter graduated as NH Dipl. Eng. (Mech) from the Pretoria Technikon in 1986 and in 1995 completed a Certificate in Project Management with the University of Pretoria. He has over 30 years of post qualification experience in the mechanical and water engineering industry in both the public and private sector, engaging in viability studies, detailed design, water network modelling and simulations, compilation of tender documents, construction, and project management of multi-disciplinary teams of water resource development and mechanical services projects.
Amongst these many disciplines, Günter specialises in pump station design, irrigation projects, water network modelling and simulations as well as construction and project management.
Hugh Bruce is a registered Professional Engineer with the Engineering Council of Namibia and a Member of the Engineering Professions Association of Namibia.
Hugh obtained a B Eng. (Civil) and MSc. (Eng.) from the University of Stellenbosch, South Africa, in 1998 and 2000 respectively. He has over 17 years of experience in hydraulic design, the design of water supply and distribution schemes, sewerage reticulation schemes, construction supervision, project management, tender documentation as well as economic and financial analyses and tariff studies.
Hugh specialises in water and waste water engineering and the financial and economic analyses of civil engineering schemes.
Stefan Grögli is registered as an Incorporated Engineer in Training with the Engineering Council of Namibia.
Stefan Grögli obtained a BSc (Eng.) (Civil) from the Hochschule Rapperswil in Switzerland in 2001. He has over 17 years experience on a variety of civil engineering projects, including hydraulic design, the design of water supply, water distribution and sewerage reticulation schemes, and extensive experience in roads-related projects.
Stefan specialises in various aspects of roads-related projects, including design, rehabilitation, maintenance, contract administration and management, tender costing, the optimisation of internal costing, plant availability and utilisation, the preparation of business plans and the determination of vehicle operation costs. Stefan has also over the last few years been involved in the management of various water supply and related projects which have included infrastructure assessment, design, tendering, construction supervision and contract administration.
Gys Burger is registered as an Engineer in Training with the Engineering Council of Namibia.
Gys obtained a B Eng. (Civil) and MSc. (Eng.) from the University of Stellenbosch, South Africa, in 2009 and 2012 respectively. Since joining LCE as a graduate engineer, he has become involved in various civil / structural, water supply and feasibility projects. These various projects have included aspects of infrastructure assessment, planning, design, reporting, construction supervision and project management. Gys specialises in hydrological assessments and resource planning and has recently conducted extensive hydrological and supply / demand modelling for the central areas of Namibia.
Kai Eysselein is registered as an Incorporated Engineer in Training with the Engineering Council of Namibia.
Kai started his career in civil engineering after he obtained a N. Dipl. (Civil) from the Cape Technikon in 1998, first working for the Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Forestry, before moving to the private sector to begin specialising in structural design. Kai then branched out into the Information Technology business for six years, opening and managing his own IT firm during this time, which specialised in IT support, web design, database analyses, programming, administration and accounting. More recently, Kai returned to civil engineering consulting whilst completing his B. Tech (Civil) at the Polytechnic of Namibia. Since joining LCE as an Incorporate Engineer in Training, has become involved in various projects, particularly in the civil / structural field, which have included aspects of design, construction supervision and project management.
The Community Based Management Training Team working on projects in the north central (Cuvelai) area of Namibia is managed by Bekkie-Lisa Nakashimba. She is supported by Community Liaison Officers (CLOs) who have been working on these types of projects and for LCE for a number of years; Leonard Nakakuwa and Theodor Shivute. Based in Katima Mulilo, the Community Based Management Training Team working on projects in the Zambezi (Caprivi) region of Namibia is managed by Cecilia Nkawa. She is suppported by Bernard Kabuzu, Rosemary Lubembo and Morgan Mukanwa.
The Firm’s engineering and community based work is underpinned by a team of enthusiastic, dedicated and very capable administrative and support staff, who manage and coordinate the office administration, bookings, logistics and accounts.