and sustainable hospitality industry
We are building two world-class, LEED-certified and high-performance hospitality projects that aim to enhance The Gambia’s leadership in ecotourism and develop compelling brand recognition globally.
We design and implement buildings and communities in alignment with The Gambia's National Development Plan (2018-2021), UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), LEED rating system, CIrcular Economy model, and Biomimicry, Sustainable Agriculture, Smart Technology and Community Building practices.
Our partnership framework involves engaging with the Public and Private Sectors, NGOs and IGOs
USL Sustainability Efficiency Engineering (USEE) is a Gambia-based and woman-owned firm with a VISION to build a prosperous and sustainable hospitality and ecotourism industry, and increase employment opportunities for women and youth in rural areas.
With a combined 15-year experience in climate adaptation and mitigation, energy, sustainability, finance, technology and sustainable engineering strategies, our systems-thinking approach assesses biodiversity, land use, and the efficient use of resources within buildings, communities and cities relating to water and energy use, human health and wellbeing, waste management and the use of environmentally responsible materials and resources.
Following the footsteps of its parent company, USEE is poised to build the 1st world-class, LEED-certified and high-performance buildings to use as a model for future development in The Gambia.
USEE builds energy efficiency and conservation for new and existing government and private commercial buildings, using clean energy, electrification via renewable energy, sustainable waste management and much more.
USEE harnesses technology and engineering strategies (mechanical, electrical, civil, plumbing, software and systems) related to efficiency and resiliency in the built environment enabling sustainable communities and cities.
USEE supports capacity building strategies and clean energy implementation efforts that reduce youth and women unemployment, creating local jobs and stimulating economic growth.