Goldswift Construction wins hearts

Goldswift Construction CEO Budwell Nziramasanga and projects manager Thandiwe Nziramasanga

Multi-award-winning construction company Goldswift Construction has become one of the leading construction industry brands, thanks to their innovation and quality, affordable services.

From humble beginnings, the construction company has risen to become a powerhouse brand with signature projects dotted around the country.

The company’s CEO Budwell Nziramasanga, a platinum award winner at the recent Zimbabwe CEO’s Network awards, said they were happy to be a reliable player in their sector.

“Real Estate is a good investment and owning a home or property is a dream for everyone.

"However, it is very important that as you invest in property you do it the right way. Everything must be done right starting from the land acquisition to the actual construction and commissioning of your property.

"Many have lost a fortune after buying land from barons who sell undesignated land or they engage dodgy construction players that short-change them through poor structures. Goldswift Construction has thus become an answer to those that seek quality, professional and market-tested construction services,” Nziramasanga said.

The affable businessman said his company was a credible player in the construction industry and an apt answer to the needs of the client at a time both individuals and corporate players were investing in infrastructure.

“A viable construction industry is a good indicator of economic development and progression. When a country’s populace embraces continuous improvement at personal and business level, they invest in erecting buildings and structures that ensure corresponding quality shelter for their families while housing their business ideas for increased productivity.

"This explains the general progression of the local construction industry even amidst the generally challenging economic environment.

"At Goldswift Construction, we believe we have a role to play in ensuring quality housing for all at the same time contributing to ongoing infrastructure development,” Nziramasanga said.

Established in 2015; Goldswift Construction has been commended for its quality and affordable construction services that border on excellence. The company embraces that ‘build wise and safe’ approach to business to cushion its clientele from the widespread land barons as well as crooks that sell stands at undesignated points and go on to construct sub-standard structures that cannot withstand the drudgery of harsh weather conditions and oftentimes get razed down by local authorities citing illegality.

“Our major objective is to become the one-stop service provider for all construction-related work starting with the feasibility studies of whatever land they have through to the design and architecture and last, but not least the actual building and construction.

“We have proved our mettle over the years and we are happy with our strides.”

Nziramasanga said their business scope feeds into existing programmes by both government and private players aimed at ensuring housing for all while ensuring a viable economy that promotes excellence and productivity across sectors.

“We are a growing organisation led by qualified and experienced personnel that carry big dreams to build the value of the business and increase its market presence through brand developing so that it becomes a by-word for quality and consistency.

“Beyond satisfying the market, we believe in good corporate governance, although our focus is mainly on the customer and we maintain an active role in society.

“The up-keep of the environment is also very dear to our hearts. In simple terms we advocate for the development of individuals, society and the environment.”

Pursuant to their desire to promote excellence, Goldswift Construction projects manager Thandiwe Nziramasanga said the customer was at the center of their business and they had successfully completed game-changing projects on the market.

“We place the needs of customers at the center of our business activities,” she said.

“Driven by a passion to excel through strategic partnerships and business associations, repeat business forms; the bulk of our portfolio and bedrock of our future success.

“Every project is an opportunity for us to prove our mettle and we are happy with the positive feedback that we are getting.

“We are fast becoming the construction company of choice thanks to the expertise, passion and equipment at our disposal.

“Our team also makes us one of the best because they always give attention to detail in all they do.”

Thandiwe said she was happy to be playing her part in the male-dominated industry and is proud to have formed a formidable force with her husband and business partner.

“This is a calling and challenge for us and we believe we are geared to give our best towards a legacy business that will forever be cherished in Zimbabwe and beyond,” she said.

“Some of our projects were commissioned by the President [Emmerson Mnangagwa], which attests to the scale of our dreams.

“We are focusing very attentively on the needs of a specific target market through monitoring our performance and ensuring quality service delivery at all times. Our customers provide for us a window for expansion and growth. For this reason, we are determined to offer excellent and professional services at all times. Each client is given cost effective solutions, which apply to his or her relevant needs.

“We believe we are set apart from the rest as far as fair trading practices are concerned.”

Pursuant to their overall strategy, the company launched a Build Wise Promotion in April 2023 which was fronted by respected gospel musician, pastor and brand influencer Ellard Cherayi widely known as Minister Ellard.

“When we launched the Goldswift Construction #BUILDWISE promotion earlier in the year, the goal was to provide a premium and well-thought out yet affordable construction service to all progressive Zimbabweans, local-based and in the diaspora.

Months on, I am happy that the campaign has been a runaway success with milestone projects completed and we hope to continue with this campaign moving into 2024 and beyond,” Nziramasanga said.

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