Reonet (Pty) Ltd

About Reonet

Who We Are

Reonet is a utility services company that offers a wide range of utility services through its specialised technologies and skilled staff to producers, distributors and consumers of utilities (electricity, water and gas).

What We Do

Reonet provides the following managed utility services:

  1. Utility infrastructure and meter audits
  2. Supply, installation, commissioning, operation and maintenance of automated remote metering systems
  3. Provision of meter data management services through our acclaimed RealSens™ AMR system and MDM system
  4. Provision of automated billing and smart prepaid services including online reporting of utility usage, trend analysis, exception reporting and tamper alarms
  5. Tariff analysis, tariff negotiations, resolving of utility disputes, recovery of overcharges, etc.
  6. Implementation of water and energy efficiency projects and programmes, including the setting of baselines, benchmarking, design, technology selection, ROI analysis, project management, construction implementation, operation and maintenace, etc.

Corporate Structure

The Reonet Group of companies consist of five independent but interdependent companies, i.e.:

  1. Reonet (Pty) Ltd, reg.# 1996/003134/07, trading as Reonet Utilities
  2. Reonet Technologies (Pty) Ltd, reg.# 2006/032310/07
  3. Reonet Commercial (Pty) Ltd - Reg # 2015/030281/07
  4. Reonet Municipal Services (Pty) Ltd - Reg # 2015/021886/07
  5. Reonet Projects (Pty) Ltd, reg.# 1997/000334/07

Ownership Structure

The Reonet group of companies is privately owned by its management.

Industry Associations and Compliance Certifications

Reonet and /or Reonet key staff belong to the following industry associations and / or accreditations:

  1. International Water Association (IWA)
  2. The Water Institute of Southern Africa (WISA)
  3. Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA)
  4. Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB)
  5. South African Institution of Civil Engineers (SAICE)
  6. South African Institution of Electrical Engineers (SAIEE)
  7. South African Institution of Chartered Accountants (SAICA)
  8. The Project Management Institute (PMI)
  9. Certified Measurement and Verification Professional (CMVP)
  10. Registered Eskom Energy Services Company (ESCO)
  11. ISO accreditation pending

Corporate Advisory

Reonet is a BBBEE SME company that operates in the utilities ICT sector. We are an equal opportunity employer with a Level 3 BBBEE contribution (Empowerdex rating agency) and comply with and exceed the legislative requirements for health, safety and environmental care. Reonet’s directors and senior management are experienced professionals with extensive knowledge of the utility supply environment in South Africa. Their leadership enables Reonet to deliver unique end-to-end solutions through technology-driven business models that are aligned with our clients’ interests. We work hard to ensure compliance with King III, ensuring that issues relating to internal audit, corporate governance, risk and sustainability remain key focus areas of the board.

Our Footprint

As a matrix structured organisation, our multi-disciplinary teams are co-located in 2 regional hubs, Johannesburg and Cape Town. From these regional hubs, we are able to perform projects in all major city centres and across the country, by establishing local project teams. Our comprehensive list of sub-contractors and alliance partners ensures the length and breadth of our reach across most regions in South Africa.

We currenty service project sites as far afield as Beaufort West, King Williams Town, Newcastle, Umhlanga, Nelspruit, Barberton, etc. and overseas in the Essex region of the UK.

Projects

With our comprehensive understanding of the utility supply industry, Reonet Projects has the capacity and skills to deliver specialised turnaround projects in the Municipal environment on a self-funded turnkey basis.

Our projects specifically focus on the following 4 key deliverables;

  1. Revenue Management
  2. Revenue Improvement
  3. Waste Reduction
  4. Operational Efficiency

Our multi-disciplinary approach incorporates technical utility expertise, detailed field work, the use of leading technologies, good corporate governance principles, financial acumen, utility automation, empowerment of staff and upliftment of communities.

Reonet (Pty) Ltd Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, South Africa
Jan 15, 2018
Full time
Job Responsibilities: The Site Water Technician is responsible for effecting and maintaining water savings for a given property portfolio. Effecting water savings includes site water audits to find the cause of water losses and/ or opportunities for water substitution, implementing the proposed intervention schedule of water savings and maintaining optimised water consumption per site for the length of a given contract. The Site Water Technician may also from time to time be asked to work on other contracts or in Regions other than in Durban/ Richard’s Bay. Company Organogram: The Site Water Technician will report directly to the Technical Supervisor and the Regional Controller for the Region, who in turn report to the Chief Operations Officer and the Chief Executive Officer. Job Description: The job description for the Site Water Technician is outlined below, but not limited to: Liaise with and report to the Technical Supervisor and Project Controller for the region. Liaise with the maintenance departments for each facility in the region to coordinate and get approval for activities, determine their leak reports, transfer skills and to sign-off on job cards. Water Audits of facilities to determine: Meter accuracy and location; Outside users; Demarcated areas for zoning and sub-zoning; Visible leak repairs (including storage vessels, bulk infrastructure, indoor connections and end-users points); Invisible leak repairs; Potential for pressure management; Potential for water substitution; Determine an intervention schedule for each site in consultation with the Technical Supervisor and the Regional Controller: A list of water savings interventions; An estimate of kl/day water savings per intervention; Obtaining quotes for each intervention; Scheduling of interventions for implementation. Implement and/ or supervise sub-contractors to implement the water savings intervention schedule. Monitor and maintain water savings per site. Provide feedback and materials for reporting on water savings to the Client. Technical Skills Requirements Cut and install bulk infrastructure fitting: bulk meters, Non-return valve, Ball Valves, etc. Repair pipe bursts/ leaks ranging from 15 mm to 250 mm; Ability to carry out domestic plumbing such as repair leaks on cistern mechanisms, taps, flush valves, stop cocks etc Measure pipe diameters and have a good understanding of the pipes and fittings required to carry out repairs on older pipe systems such as asbestos cement and galvanised pipe work. Understanding/Experience in water conservation ie. Borehole, rain and grey water harvesting will be an advantage. Understanding/Experience of bulk infrastructure ie. reservoirs, pump stations and the ability to conduct step tests will be an advantage.   General Skills Requirements General Understanding of the utility environment with particular reference to Water infrastructure and water efficiency; Must be self-driven and highly motivated to achieve results; Report to and communicate with a team of Supervisors, Clients and Sub-contractors in the region. Must be able to use Gmail, Google Drive and Google Chrome, Excel and Microsoft Project Manager; Meticulous recording of information, filing and paperwork; Professionally dedicated, innovative, patient and able to work independently Customer Service Orientated
Reonet (Pty) Ltd Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa
Jan 15, 2018
Full time
Job Responsibilities: The Site Water Technician is responsible for effecting and maintaining water savings for a given property portfolio. Effecting water savings includes site water audits to find the cause of water losses and/ or opportunities for water substitution, implementing the proposed intervention schedule of water savings and maintaining optimised water consumption per site for the length of a given contract. The Site Water Technician may also from time to time be asked to work on other contracts or in Regions other than in Durban/ Richard’s Bay. Company Organogram: The Site Water Technician will report directly to the Technical Supervisor and the Regional Controller for the Region, who in turn report to the Chief Operations Officer and the Chief Executive Officer. Job Description: The job description for the Site Water Technician is outlined below, but not limited to: Liaise with and report to the Technical Supervisor and Project Controller for the region. Liaise with the maintenance departments for each facility in the region to coordinate and get approval for activities, determine their leak reports, transfer skills and to sign-off on job cards. Water Audits of facilities to determine: Meter accuracy and location; Outside users; Demarcated areas for zoning and sub-zoning; Visible leak repairs (including storage vessels, bulk infrastructure, indoor connections and end-users points); Invisible leak repairs; Potential for pressure management; Potential for water substitution; Determine an intervention schedule for each site in consultation with the Technical Supervisor and the Regional Controller: A list of water savings interventions; An estimate of kl/day water savings per intervention; Obtaining quotes for each intervention; Scheduling of interventions for implementation. Implement and/ or supervise sub-contractors to implement the water savings intervention schedule. Monitor and maintain water savings per site. Provide feedback and materials for reporting on water savings to the Client. Technical Skills Requirements Cut and install bulk infrastructure fitting: bulk meters, Non-return valve, Ball Valves, etc. Repair pipe bursts/ leaks ranging from 15 mm to 250 mm; Ability to carry out domestic plumbing such as repair leaks on cistern mechanisms, taps, flush valves, stop cocks etc Measure pipe diameters and have a good understanding of the pipes and fittings required to carry out repairs on older pipe systems such as asbestos cement and galvanised pipe work. Understanding/Experience in water conservation ie. Borehole, rain and grey water harvesting will be an advantage. Understanding/Experience of bulk infrastructure ie. reservoirs, pump stations and the ability to conduct step tests will be an advantage.   General Skills Requirements General Understanding of the utility environment with particular reference to Water infrastructure and water efficiency; Must be self-driven and highly motivated to achieve results; Report to and communicate with a team of Supervisors, Clients and Sub-contractors in the region. Must be able to use Gmail, Google Drive and Google Chrome, Excel and Microsoft Project Manager; Meticulous recording of information, filing and paperwork; Professionally dedicated, innovative, patient and able to work independently Customer Service Orientated
Reonet (Pty) Ltd Durban/Richards Bay
Jan 15, 2018
Full time
Job Responsibilities: The Site Water Technician is responsible for effecting and maintaining water savings for a given property portfolio. Effecting water savings includes site water audits to find the cause of water losses and/ or opportunities for water substitution, implementing the proposed intervention schedule of water savings and maintaining optimised water consumption per site for the length of a given contract. The Site Water Technician may also from time to time be asked to work on other contracts or in Regions other than in Durban/ Richard’s Bay. Company Organogram: The Site Water Technician will report directly to the Technical Supervisor and the Regional Controller for the Region, who in turn report to the Chief Operations Officer and the Chief Executive Officer. Job Description: The job description for the Site Water Technician is outlined below, but not limited to: Liaise with and report to the Technical Supervisor and Project Controller for the region. Liaise with the maintenance departments for each facility in the region to coordinate and get approval for activities, determine their leak reports, transfer skills and to sign-off on job cards. Water Audits of facilities to determine: Meter accuracy and location; Outside users; Demarcated areas for zoning and sub-zoning; Visible leak repairs (including storage vessels, bulk infrastructure, indoor connections and end-users points); Invisible leak repairs; Potential for pressure management; Potential for water substitution; Determine an intervention schedule for each site in consultation with the Technical Supervisor and the Regional Controller: A list of water savings interventions; An estimate of kl/day water savings per intervention; Obtaining quotes for each intervention; Scheduling of interventions for implementation. Implement and/ or supervise sub-contractors to implement the water savings intervention schedule. Monitor and maintain water savings per site. Provide feedback and materials for reporting on water savings to the Client. Technical Skills Requirements Cut and install bulk infrastructure fitting: bulk meters, Non-return valve, Ball Valves, etc. Repair pipe bursts/ leaks ranging from 15 mm to 250 mm; Ability to carry out domestic plumbing such as repair leaks on cistern mechanisms, taps, flush valves, stop cocks etc Measure pipe diameters and have a good understanding of the pipes and fittings required to carry out repairs on older pipe systems such as asbestos cement and galvanised pipe work. Understanding/Experience in water conservation ie. Borehole, rain and grey water harvesting will be an advantage. Understanding/Experience of bulk infrastructure ie. reservoirs, pump stations and the ability to conduct step tests will be an advantage.   General Skills Requirements General Understanding of the utility environment with particular reference to Water infrastructure and water efficiency; Must be self-driven and highly motivated to achieve results; Report to and communicate with a team of Supervisors, Clients and Sub-contractors in the region. Must be able to use Gmail, Google Drive and Google Chrome, Excel and Microsoft Project Manager; Meticulous recording of information, filing and paperwork; Professionally dedicated, innovative, patient and able to work independently Customer Service Orientated