History of CSI Energy
Coastal Steel Industries established in Tanzania by Nicola Colangelo.
CSI Engineering Co Limited registered in Tanzania.
CSI Engineering carries out the installation of 12" Pipeline for Oil with Brown and Root.
CSI Engineering carries out the piping installations to HFO PowerPlant for Songas.
30MW PowerPlant at Geita Goldmine working with Rolls Royce.
CSI Engineering supports multiple contractors on the Songo Songo Gas project
CSI Electrical (and Maintenance) Limited registered in Tanzania.
CSI Electrical is awarded its first project and starts its journey in the East African electrical contracting sector.
The IPTL 100MW Wartsila powered HFO PowerPlant, mechanical installations by CSI Engineering comes online.
CSI supports electrification in Afghanistan with the construction of Tarakhil PowerPlant for Symbion/Black and Veatch.
Mount Meru Hotel re-opened in Arusha by President Kikwete. Electrical Installations by CSI.
ISO9001: 2008 certification for our Quality Management Systems.
Completion of the Ubungo 1 80MW Power Plant mechanical erection works for Jacobsen Electro.
Safety management systems certified to OHSAS 18001.
Completion of five substations from 33/132kV in Kilimanjaro region for Mitsubishi Corp/Aichi Engineering.
We complete the Zanzibar Electrical Rehabilitation project supporting Mitsubishi Corporation / Takaoka Engineering
CSI / Air Duct Fabricators JV awarded a design and build contract for JNIA Terminal 3.
Completion of the mechanical erection contract works on 150MW Kinyerezi 1 Power Plant for Jacobsen Electro.
220kV Dodoma and Iringa Substations completed for Hyosung Corp.
Zanzibar mosque donated by Royal Court of Sultanate of Oman completed.
South African High Commission in Dar es Salaam completed with Holtan (EA) Ltd.
CSI Awarded 240MW Kinyerezi II Combined Cycle Power Plant by Toshiba Plant Services and Systems.
DENYS (Belgium) awards us electrical improvements for Lusaka Water project under MCA.
CSI Energy Group launches its new brand, mission, and vision.
CSI Awarded Mechanical Erection of Kinyerezi 1 Extension 185MW by Jacobsen Electro.