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Locations

Our nationwide expansion has led to MCL having support facilities in Beira, Tete, Nampula and Pemba.
No Job is Too Remote for MCL. We can deliver our full range of construction services anywhere in the country.

mozmapMaputo:

MCL’s corporate office is just outside Maputo in the suburb of Matola, Lote 22 Beluluane Industrial Park, Matola. In addition, MCL maintains its main workshops and equipment yard at N4 654/6 Matola.

Beira:

MCL had a branch office here from 2008-2010 and still maintains a working yard to support projects along the Beira-Tete Corridor.

Tete:

MCL maintains a working yard here to support its mining construction projects throughout the Tete Province.

Nampula:

MCL maintains a working yard outside of Nampula to support the emerging agri-industry.

Pemba:

MCL maintains a working yard and office to support its northern projects including those in the energy sector. Additionally MCL also maintains a warehouse in Mocimboa da Praia.

Current Projects


  • Kuvaninga Gas Fired Power Plant …




  • U.S. Embassy Maputo Warehouse …




  • Gigawatt Power Plant …




  • Mozambique National Data Center…


Why choose MCL?

We have global experience operating in remote, complex environments

We have unique off road terrain transportation and logistical supply capabilities.

We are one of the few companies with a full range of heavy construction equipment able to work in all provinces of the country .

We have an ongoing education exchange program for Mozambique and U.S. Students to train in the fields of diesel and heavy equipment mechanics, construction project management and civil engineering. This is an essential part of our program to transfer knowledge and skills to Mozambicans to support national development.

We control sand and rock concession in several areas and have the capability to dig, wash and transport.

MCL Mission

MCL’s mission is to provide a full-range of construction services to meet the growing demand of the Mozambique economy and the companies investing in it, while transferring critical skills to Mozambicans in support of national development.