BSc.QS (Wits); Dip.Arb; PrQS; MSABTACO; Lic. B/R; Lic. L/A; Championship judge
Paul Kgole has been actively involved in the built environment professions and the construction industry mainly as a Quantity Surveyor from 1986 after qualifying from the University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa with a Bachelor of Science degree in Quantity Surveying.
He held very senior positions in numerous construction industry organizations both voluntary and statutory with the main purpose of advancing the promotion and development of African professionals and contractors and continues to do so even today.
Born and raised in Phiri Soweto, grew up in Naledi he occupied leadership roles at a young age in the youth development movement through ballroom dancing, softball and indoor games through the Soweto Youth Clubs, and continues to do so by teaching, training and coaching ballroom dancing from beginners to professionals, from children to adults to all people from all over South Africa and neighbouring countries.
Below is a summary of activities he is involved in past and present;
Construction industry services
Arbitration, conciliation, litigation, mediation
Traditional quantity surveying
Specialist quantity surveying
Policy formulation, development, compliance monitoring
Construction industry development board
Construction sector charter
Black economic empowerment commission
The black business council built environment
Business unity south Africa
Black business council
South African Council for Quantity Surveying Professions
Construction Education Training Authority
Professional Consultants Services Agreement Committee
South African Black and Technical Careers Organisation
Joint Building Contracts Committee
South African dance and dancesport council
United Association of teachers of dance
South African dance foundation
World dance council
Paul Kgole quantity surveyors
Francis Williams-jones kgole
Through the above companies, Paul Kgole serves numerous public and private sector clients in infrastructure, retail, property, management projects, etc. past, present, and future.