Metrum Project Management is a proud BBBEE Contributor. We take into consideration the impact that our projects have on local communities and proactively engage with them to create strategies that provide opportunities for:


  • Local SMEs
  • Training
  • Skills development
  • Work placements
  • Apprenticeships

We have aligned these values throughout our company and our preferred team of professionals to ensure that the delivery of local employment and skills development forms a high priority on all projects.

Overall our social responsibility objectives are to:


  • Employ local people through collaborative working relationships with our clients, supply chain, job centres, development agencies and skilled councils. This is to ensure that the economic benefits of our work materialise in the communities that we serve.
  • Constantly improve the capability of our own employees by expanding their knowledge and skills through structured training plans and continued professional development.


Metrum Project Management contributes to the Raizcorp initiative which provides full service business support programmes that guide entrepreneurs to profitability. Corporate contributions are fairly and accurately distributed to local SME’s to support and encourage growth in South Africa’s SME sector.

Raizcorp is Africa’s only unfunded, for-profit business incubator and one of the most successful incubators of its kind. Raizcorp works with entrepreneurs, corporates, and governments around the globe in order to support entrepreneurial development strategies and initiatives.

Visit for more information on “ProsperationTM” – its own unique, world-renowned model of business incubation.

Diepsloot Community / Powergate Projects

Our directors provide professional services to Powergate Projects at no charge in support of the development of the Diepsloot community on behalf of Steyn City Developments.

Steyn City has become South Africa’s most visionary mixed-use lifestyle development to date. The estate stretches over approximately 2,000 acres of wooded parkland and comprises of commercial, retail, residential and leisure components offering residents a lifestyle unlike any other. Due to the enormous scope of the development, a key focus for the developers has been job creation and local community empowerment opportunities within the neighboring greater Diepsloot region.

The Steyn City skills centre is a sponsored initiative providing training opportunities to people from the local communities by equipping them with the necessary skills to work on-site, so that they can benefit from this large development currently underway on their doorstep.

The skills centre offers a course in bricklaying and plastering to 10 students at a time for the duration of two months and covers both theoretical and practical elements. On successful completion, the graduates obtain a legitimate qualification and employment on-site, as well as a new skill set for life. The first 10 graduates were recently awarded their qualifications and are now working at various building sites within the development.

Brighton Mudau, director of Powergate, the micro-company managing the skills centre comments, “The centre is sponsored by the development project’s investment and management team to ensure that the local communities also benefit from Steyn City,” he says. “Facilitating these training programmes when individuals are so eager to learn and acquire skills that will inevitably benefit themselves and their families is a rewarding experience. The centre has the capacity for additional training so in future, we hope to increase the number of courses offered and continue to enrich the lives of the local communities through skills development.”

Groundbreaking Ceremony Soweto Community Education Campus

Devland Community Education Centre, Soweto / Growing Up Africa

In conjunction with Growing Up Africa and other major stakeholders, Metrum Project Management is providing professional services at no charge to help develop the Devland Community Education Centre in Soweto – the largest non-profit and corporate collaboration in SA’s building industry history.
The Devland project will not only improve the future prospects of the youth in the local community but also empower women in the community and open doors to numerous work possibilities. In addition, the facility will provide teaching skills to local unemployed South Africans as well as further the City of Johannesburg’s mission to provide adequate housing.

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roosevelt extension nursery school

Roosevelt Extension Nursery School / Ladybird Bursary Fund

Roosevelt Extension Nursery School is a community-owned nursery school that was established in 1964. Since inception, the school has given thousands of pre-school children a solid start to their school careers and provided essential education to children in the community who come from disadvantaged backgrounds.

In 1996 the school was privatised and now runs as a registered Public Benefit Organisation. Despite having no government funding, the Roosevelt school, in realising its contribution to the community and its important role in the education of children, established the Ladybird Bursary Fund. The purpose of this fund is to provide education to children living in the community who come from disadvantaged backgrounds and relies solely on contributions from corporates and private individuals.

Metrum Project Management supports the school by donating funds towards the education of two of the scholars – Otshepeng Molaetsi and Boitshepo Morabeng.

For more information regarding the school, please visit