What we do



Land and Housing Development

We pride ourselves with our vast experience, inspiration and imagination in town planning and developing of large scale and mixed-use housing and townships projects. Our services range from construction of roads, water, sewer and public lighting infrastructure in housing and township developments.


Infrastructure Construction

Our vison is to provide infrastructure supporting quality living, prosperity of society and economic development. We have wide experience and a proven record in designing and constructing arterial, residential/township and rural roads, bridges, water and sewer reticulation networks.


Buildings Construction

Our focus is the construction of various types of buildings inter alia houses, offices, retail shops, schools, medical facilities and industrial complexes.


Plant Hire Services

We provide a full range of reliable and versatile machinery. Our extensive product range is complimented by an experienced crew of fully trained operators, allowing us to maintain and develop long term relationships with our customers. Rapid distribution of equipment and deployment of personnel allows Exodus & Company to meet all contract requirements. Our experience and expertise gives us the ability to offer our clients solutions to their plant hire needs.


Real Estate Brokerage & Consultancy

As a trusted and experienced real estate company, we offer property sales and property management services for residential, commercial and other types of real estate. Our services extend to providing property valuations for various purposes as well as market appraisals for sale and disposal decisions.

Mabvazuva

The housing development which commenced in August 2015, is still in progress. The housing development is being done on 500 Ha piece of land situated in Ruwa, near Harare. Our role in the project is the construction of 6.3km of tarred road as well as the construction of water reticulation of 4.9km and sewer reticulation of 4.6km . The project, when complete, will create housing for more than 6000 families. Read more