Steve Mitchell joined Lang Binney Associates in 1983 and became principal in 1986, changing the name to Lang Mitchell Associates. He cofounded Maphanga Mitchell Associates in 2006. He has a BSc. in Quantity Surveying from Leeds Metropolitan University (UK) and an MPhil in Environmental Management from UCT (SA). He was joint winner in 2001 of the BP/WWF SA Environmental Conservation Scholarship. He is a member and past Chairman and member of Swaziland Association of Architects Engineers and Surveyors (SAAES); is a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), an Associate of Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (ACIarb), Professional Member of the Association of South African Quantity Surveyors, and a Registered QS in South Africa (PrQS). He is also a member of the International Association for Impact Assessment (IAIA). Steve has particular interests in sustainable development, resource economics, and asset evaluation; and has strong skills in project management and resource programming. He is an external moderator for the Building Department of the Swaziland College of Technology.
Nhlanhla Maphanga joined Lang Mitchell Associates in 1990 and was made partner in 1998. He is cofounder of Maphanga Mitchell Associates in 2006. He completed his BSc. in Construction Management at Ferris State University, USA. During that time he served as Vice President of Sigma Lambda Chi, a construction student honour society, was a member of Omicron Delta Kappa, a Leadership Honour Society and was on the Dean’s List for academic achievement throughout his school tenure. He is a registered Professional Project Manager (Pr PM) under AESAP, a member of the Association of South African Quantity Surveyors (ASAQS). He is the Vice Chairman of the Construction Industry Council in Eswatini. He is a past Chairman, Treasurer and Committee Member of Swaziland Association of Architects Engineers and Surveyors (SAAES. He is a member of the American Institute of Constructors (AIC). He is Board Member of the Sectional Titles Regulations Board (SRTB). He is a member of the Internal Review Committee for Eswatini Public Procurement Review Authority. He has particular interests in small contractor and personal skills development. He also has an interest in cross-border collaboration with other SADC countries