Malcolm is the immediate past President of the South African Institution of Civil Engineering (SAICE). He has several qualifications from the University of the Witwatersrand including a BSc Civil Engineering (1993), a graduate diploma in engineering (1994) an MSc in engineering (1999) and an MBA (2002) from Wits Business School.
He joined saice in 1996 and has served as an executive board member since 2004.
During his first job as a civil engineer at Portnet in Durban, and later, through technical design experience at Transnet’s design office, Malcolm developed an interest in the commercial side of civil engineering, with a passion for collaboration between private and public sector in meeting the infrastructure delivery mandate, not only in South Africa, but the continent. Malcolm’s interest has resulted in an associate directorship at KPMG Advisory Global Infrastructure and Major Projects Group but also most recently being appointed at Genesis-analytics, where he is the Principal in Genesis Infrastructure and PPP business unit.