We help deliver your projects with more success, clarity and control
Our promise is simple. We save you money and protect your interests through our renowned freelance scheduling, outcourced commercial expertise and boutique project management services in South Africa and Africa.
Here’s what we can help you with
It’s good to stay on track. Our construction planning and scheduling will ensure you have a construction schedule that conforms to the highest standards on each of your projects.
Whether you are working on a JBCC contract, NEC, FIDIC or GCC, you’ll sleep at night while we save you money by making sure delay claims are timely, professional and backed up by proper data.
Well, it really isn’t about us
It’s about YOU. You are the most important part of our business. We build lasting relationships with our clients and our purpose is to ensure our construction planning and commercial assistance have a measurable impact on your business objectives. In everything we do, we focus on the value we add to your company and the success we add to your bottom line. If you want to learn more about us, click below.
Leaders in 4D construction planning, 4D scheduling and BIM.
They trust us
Exceptional skills, tailored service and invaluable experience.
Just three reasons why so many clients across the industry choose us.
Some of our happy clients
Rudi Mac Donald
Regional Manager, Brosnan Construction
“Kobus has mastered the true art of contractual scheduling & controls. Not only does he have in depth understanding of programming but brings the full package of contractual application and management thereof to life. He has the rare ability to process massive amounts of data within a short period of time capturing a project’s schedule accurately whilst still being strategic in his approach.With Kobus on your side your contract is in safe hand“
Rousseau de Villiers PMP
Contracts Manager, 3 Oaks
MS Project Course – “I did a Ms Projects scheduling course with Varsity College some years back and it was informative and a good course and it did open up mpp to me. But this course really gave me a better sense and use of the software to add value to my clients as well as my site management in the way of controlling cost in real time. I found that now I can really put control of all aspects such as the resources, cost control, risk identification and scheduling of works in one place and then only expand on that“
Senior Engineer, MVD Consulting Civil and Structural Engineers
“We worked together with Le Roux Consulting on a large commercial development and they played a vital role in professionally assisting both client and contractor with advice on programme management and resolving complex issues in terms of progress, claims and delay“
Elre vd Walt
Managing Member, LimCo QS Arbitration & Project Management
“We were privileged to be involved in numerous projects where Le Roux Consulting was appointed as programming specialists. Throughout these projects LRC demonstrated their commitment in providing excellent service, paying attention to detail and their added value exceeds expectations“
Gerald le Roux
Operations Manager, Ruwacon
“Le Roux Consulting is at all times professional and it is a pleasure to be associated with them. The service they provide is of the highest quality and as a company we would definitely recommend them to anyone in the construction industry looking to improve their business“
Financial Manager, Danso Developers
“Le Roux Consulting assisted us with a large development where they planned and tracked our progress on a bi-weekly basis. This provided us with key performance information for all our stakeholders and made the project management effort so much easier. As a company they always deliver services on a high standard and we gladly recommend them.“
Our free resources and reading:
4 minute read - by Kobus le RouxWho owns the float under the JBCC contract?This debate is as old and tattered as that weathered safety boot your dog keeps chewing on. And still, when it’s raised in a meeting, it manages to loosen the tempers and get everyone riled...
5 minute read - by Kobus le RouxCan a Contractor deduct penalties from a Subcontractor under the JBCC N/S Sub Agreement?This is what construction contractors and subcontractors lose a lot of sleep on - penalties for late completion. Yes, the dreaded penalty clause....
6 minute read - by Kobus le RouxCan amounts be deducted from a JBCC interim payment certificate due to defective work?Contractors are often blindsided by an abrupt reduction in the value of work that is certified for payment, by the principal agent in an interim...
8 minute read - by Kobus le RouxWhen can the JBCC contract be cancelled due to slow work?One of the key obligations of the contractor under the JBCC contract is to proceed with work at a diligent or expeditious rate. If a contractor fails to proceed with due...
7 minute read - by Kobus le RouxJBCC questions and answers for COVID-19In this article we look at some of the most pressing JBCC COVID-19 related questions we dealt with during this time and hope to impress some of our views on the matter, for our readers....
5 minute read - by Kobus le RouxCan the principal agent accelerate the work under the JBCC Contract?Acceleration is one of those sticky concepts in the building industry and especially within the JBCC contract. Contractors, employers, and agents habitually find...
6 minute read - by Kobus le RouxHow to ensure MS Project is a great tool for your construction business."Chaos is a friend of mine"- Bob Dylan If I walk onto your project right now, would you have this level of control? For some contractors, chaos is the only way...
4 minute read - by Kobus le RouxCan a contractor deduct contra-charges from a Subcontractor?A story that many N/S Subcontractors of the JBCC contract know very well (particularly the plumbers). The last tube of silicone is neatly wiped. The WC’s are flushed. The...
Video article - by Kobus le Roux Ever wondered what is the advantage of cost loading your schedule in Microsoft Project? Did you know you can also cost load from a BOQ in MSP? Below is a good explanation of why I like to cost load schedules and why you may want to...
10 minute read - by Kobus le RouxClaiming for late information on the JBCC ContractUnder a JBCC contract, a contractor plans to finish a portion of formwork by day 20 of his programme. Then, the plan is to start placing the reinforcing steel on day 21. The...