How BUILDFIX Aims To Contribute In Empowering Women In The Built Environment. BUILDFIX Construction is proud to be independently verified as a Level 1 B-BBEE (Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment) Contributor with 100% Black Women Youth Ownership, BUILDFIX employment equity plan is in sync with the Government Regulations. The business emphasis is to employ, empower and equip black, previously disadvantaged individuals and women especially within the Built Environment of South Africa.
The company also supplies Personal Protective Equipment for the medical Industry and Construction Industry. It provides high quality locally produced surgical and construction PPE products that are 100% locally manufuctured. It also offers 3 ply surgical masks using the WHO and CDC approved Non Woven Polypropylene Raw materials that is SABS approved. The company aims to be the leading construction restoration and repairs company.
BUILDFIX was founded by Mokgadi Letsoalo-Melwa, who is a 32 year old currently serving as South African Women In Construction _ Gauteng Chapter Deputy Chairperson, Gauteng Interim Youth Chairperson and BBCBE Youth Council Member, she has been selected on to the Top100 NHBRC GIBBS Program 2021 and into The PROPRENEREUEX Commercial Property Accelerator program.
She has more than 12 years of experience in providing business analysis, consulting, implementation and support services and Management for ERP solutions to clients in various industries such as FMCG, Manufacturing, Mining and Consulting , with particular strength in business analysis and project management in software and IT. “I have provided business consulting and professional services to clients with an emphasis on streamlining business processes, Business Requirements documenting and system analysis such processes in detail and maintaining accurate financial ledgers within an ERP solution.” Letsoalo-Melwa said on her LinkedIn profile.