International Projects

This practice has been involved in more than 2500 projects, in South Africa and other countries such as UK, USA, Mexico, India, Uganda, Seychelles, Bolivia to name a few. Our team has been called upon to undertake work across the globe based on our innovation, expertise, creativity and professionalism across all provided services.

Henry Fagan International Projects

Gabon Forest Walkway

The Agence Nationale des Parcs Nationaux are working towards building national pride around the forest reserve on the outskirts of Libreville with its many large and some massive trees. The proposal is to provide an elevated circular walk through the forest on a natural slatted timber deck with safe handrails and a full range of views and experiences in this epic forest. The walk has two components; a path of discovery in the forest, and a canopy walkway around three major trees.

United Kingdom

Viper Tree Canopy Walkway

The Viper is a tree canopy walkway snaking through a forest at the Newt in Somerset, UK, a country estate with splendid gardens and woodland.

The steel structure with timber decking is 130m long and mostly 1.5 m wide, with a wider section for visitors to linger and admire the views, flora and fauna.

Sierra Leone

Koidu Mine

This project entailed creating a range of buildings at a variety of scales and typologies from small service buildings to large workshops, a clinic, houses and mine community facilities at a mine near the Guinean border. Generally, mining infrastructure is erected fast with little thought given to the environment, the life cycle of buildings or the community affected.


Walvis Bay Naval Jetty

New Training Facility and pool for Namibian Navy in Walvis Bay (not yet constructed) A new 230 m long Jetty for Namibian Navy in Walvis Bay



Henry Fagan Consulting Engineers & Project Managers designed and detailed a 54m x 55m x 12m deep cooling water intake and settling pit at Tanjung Bin coal-fired power station in Johor, Malaysia. At 2100MW this power station is one of the largest of its kind in SE Asia, has won awards for emissions reduction and was completed on time and under budget. The project required 15 000m3 of reinforced concrete, all designed to stringent crack control requirements in a difficult coastal environment.


Chitabe Game Lodge Okavango

Chitabe Camp is a luxurious bush getaway in the South Eastern part of the Okavango Delta, nestled on an island of ancient trees. Raised walkways join the public buildings and bedroom suites that are carefully positioned between the trees, navigating through the natural environment without disrupting the natural, African views.