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Bem-vindo a Luanda
Rebuilding for a brighter future.
As the country's capital, largest city, primary port and a major industrial centre, Luanda is a natural home for Zutari in Angola. Active in the country since 1991, Zutari is proud of the contributions we’ve made; working as engineering consultants and advisors to harness the power of water, transport, energy, resources, and built-environment infrastructure to support communities and rebuild economies in a post-war-era.
I am passionate about our people; they are our most precious asset. At Zutari, Luanda, we're proud of the collaborative culture we've created; we're proud of the local technical skills we've developed and we are especially proud of the impact we've had on the lives of Angolans.
Patricia De Carvalho E Azevedo, Country Manager: Angola
Zutari's numerous engineering feats are visible throughout Angola; a lasting testimony to 30 years of impact, birthed through our technical skill, intricate local understanding of this beautiful place, continued investment in local capacity, and our commitment to connecting differently with our partners in Angola.
José Miranda, Director: Grow Africa
As engineering consultants and advisors in Angola, Zutari works across water, transport, energy, resources, and built-environment infrastructure.
Impact by numbers
From rural roads to the longest bridge; from corporate head offices to massive housing developments; Zutari is a key player in Angola’s reconstruction process through more than 250 infrastructure projects.
Through partnerships with the Angolan National Roads Institute (INEA) and provincial governments, Zutari has been involved in the rehabilitation and upgrading of more than 5 000 kilometers of roads and bridges throughout the country.
Zutari played a leading role in delivering quality housing for impoverished families through the Nova Vida development in Luanda and the Ondjiva social housing scheme; delivering more than 8 500 houses and apartments to deserving families; bringing dignity and stability to communities.