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Khwezi Mandita

Position: Architect
M. Arch (Prof)

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Khwezi’s work experience began at Dominic Bonesse Architects as an Architectural assistant from July 2000 to January 2003. Projects he was involved in during this period include, The Boardwalk Casino & Retail development (July 2000- March 2001), North End Magistrates Court (June 2001-February 2003) and Motherwell Magistrates Court (February 2002-March 2003).

After joining Ngonyama Okpanum Hewitt- Coleman as an Architectural Technologist in March 2003 he was a part of the production team working on Construction Documentation and Inspection of works under construction for many successful projects such as Ntshekisa Street Car wash, House Lake, IDT Schools Phase 3 Building programme, Bayworld Redevelopment, Kwanobuhle Car wash, Njoli Square Redevelopment and Coega Transport Terminal.

He then returned to NMMU to further his studies while still working at NOH Architects as part of the training program. During this period, he was a vital team member in producing Concept Development, Construction Documentation and inspection of works under construction for Gelvandale Branch Court, Mount Road SAPS Single Quarters, Provision of Access facilities for disabled persons to All Courts, House Boyd, The Paddock town House Redevelopment, Mlonzi Guests House, The Bridge Shopping Centre, Ubuntu Education & Wellness Centre, NMMU Campuses Redevelopment, Makana – Rhini upgrade,NMBM Integrated Public Transport System Route Shelters, 2010 NMBM Stadium Precinct Spatial Plan and Gqeberha Fountain Road Upgrade.

Khwezi obtained his M.Arch (Prof.) degree from NMMU in 2010 and is serving as an Associate Architect at IDC Architects East London.
Areas of specialisation and interests include Design, Strategic Planning, Urban Design and Project Management. He has also served on the Main Committee of the Eastern Cape Institute of Architects from May 2013 till April 2014.

TERTIARY EDUCATION
YEAR ACADEMIC INSTITUTION QUALIFICATION
2010 NMMU M Arch (Prof)
2004 NMMU B.Tech Architectural Technology