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ASAQS members internationally recognised thanks to MoU

     26th April 2017 MoU between ASAQS and RICS In March 2017, the Association of South African Quantity Surveyors (ASAQS) and the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MoU) to further professional development and information sharing for members of both institutions.... 

Cesa backs Treasury in much-anticipated procurement standards overhaul

By: Simone Liedtke     7th April 2017 In its quest to mitigate the challenges that consulting engineers face, Consulting Engineers South Africa (Cesa) CEO Chris Campbell says Cesa has developed a healthy working relationship with the National Treasury. 

Increasing demand in industry for operational excellence

By: Simone Liedtke     7th April 2017 Growing demand for operational excellence in the country, in increasingly outward-facing industrial enterprises in a global economy, is accompanied by the requirement that more women be employed, owing to government legislation and societal demands, and the two imperatives are by no means... 

Cabinet reshuffle, downgrade concerns South Africa’s engineers – Cesa

By: Creamer Media Reporter      5th April 2017 Consulting Engineers South Africa (Cesa) on Wednesday added its voice to those that have expressed concern over the latest Cabinet reshuffle and subsequent Standard & Poor’s (S&P’s) downgrade of South Africa to sub-investment grade. The industry association said the move risked exacerbating an... 

Kaytech Reinforces Site of new Mamelodi Mall

     3rd April 2017 Kaytech’s quality separation, basal reinforcement and subgrade stabilisation solutions for the new Mamelodi Mall, east of Pretoria, resulted in significant savings for New Africa Development. With the planned Mall strategically situated in the centre of Mamelodi, a township of over half a million... 

Lesotho Highlands Water Project – Phase II, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     31st March 2017 Bid for the design and construction supervision of the two main water-transfer components – the Polihali dam and the transfer tunnel – are being evaluated. 

Cesa focused on transformation

By: Anine Kilian     23rd March 2017 Consulting Engineers South Africa (Cesa) has committed to transforming its membership and the industry as a whole. The industry body, which has identified transformation as a critical theme, has established a transformation committee that will embark on a process to develop proposed interventions... 

Royal HaskoningDHV Engineering Inspiring Healthcare through Innovation

     15th March 2017 7 March, 2017 World leaders in Healthcare Engineering, Consulting Engineers Royal HaskoningDHV presented a paper entitled ‘Inspiring Healthcare through Innovation, Western Lessons - African Application’ at the South African Federation of Hospital Engineering (SAFHE) and the Clinical Engineering... 

Taking ECSA, Minister to court was a ‘last resort’, says Saice

By: Anine Kilian     14th March 2017 Taking legal action against the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) and Public Works Minister Thulas Nxesi was a last resort in attempts to have the current ECSA council suspended, South African Institution of Civil Engineering (Saice) CEO Manglin Pillay told Engineering News Online on... 

Innovative Use Of Technicrete Aqua Zig Zags And Dzz’s For Storm Water Attenuation Management

     13th March 2017 All new properties developed in the Ekurhuleni region, regardless of the size, are required to submit a storm water management plan to the Ekurhuleni Municipality. To meet this prerequisite, the consulting engineers, Mhiduve (Pty) Ltd, developed an innovative storm water attenuation management... 

Group Five appoints interim CEO

By: Creamer Media Reporter      2nd March 2017 Group Five has appointed Themba Mosai interim CEO, while it seeks a successor to former CEO Eric Vemer. Vemer last week announced his surprise resignation from the group after less than three years in the position. 

Conference to boost key partnerships

By: Robyn Wilkinson     17th February 2017 Industry representative Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA) will host the twenty-fourth International Federation of Consulting Engineers’ Group of African Member Associations (FIDIC GAMA) Conference – one of the biggest networking events for African consulting engineers – in Cape Town from... 

SK 9 set for early 2018 clinker production 

     15th February 2017 Cement producer PPC invited media in January to a tour of its Slurry operation, in the North West, and the construction site of the R1.7-billion Slurry Kiln 9 project, which is scheduled for first clinker production at the beginning of next year. 

Cesa eyes ambitious consulting engineering profession transformation strategy  

By: Natasha Odendaal     8th February 2017 A year after taking a back-to-basics approach, Consulting Engineers South Africa (Cesa) is gearing up to tackle transformation within its membership base and throughout its industry, with a transformation committee embarking on a process to develop the industry body’s proposed interventions to... 

Bepec expands membership base, aims to further SA Inc approach in Africa

By: Natasha Odendaal     2nd February 2017 The Built Environment Professions Export Council (Bepec) has expanded its membership platform to include the construction services sector in an effort to have a united South Africa Inc expand into the rest of Africa. The council’s broadened base unlocks all the Bepec export promotions and... 

Consulting engineers ready to help with irregular expenditure fight

By: Dylan Slater     9th December 2016 Firms that are members of nonprofit organisation Consulting Engineers South Africa (Cesa) made known at the yearly Cesa Infrastructure Indaba, that they are ready to partner with government to reduce irregular expenditure.  

Lesotho Highlands Water Project – Phase II

By: Sheila Barradas     9th December 2016 The engineering design contracts for the two main water-transfer components of the project are expected to be awarded by mid-2017. 

A.B.E Concrete Protection For Upgrading Of Three Cape Waste Water Treatment Plants

     30th November 2016 A.B.E Construction Chemicals has supplied specialised products for the protection of the concrete surfaces and joints of three waste water treatment works in the Cape Province. A.B.E is part of the Chryso Southern Africa Group. Dean Botha, a.b.e. Technical Sales Consultant in the Eastern Cape,... 

Many benefits to locally produced liquid filtration options

By: Robyn Wilkinson     25th November 2016 Liquid filtration specialist Flow Clear Filtration has had exponential growth in market interest in its locally produced liquid filtration solutions, which are more cost-effective and accessible than imported options. 

Eastgate Shopping Centre wins Saisc Award 2016

By: Simone Liedtke     18th November 2016 The group of companies responsible for the multimillion-rand refurbishment of Eastgate Shopping Centre, in Bedfordview, were named as overall winners at the 2016 South African Institute of Steel Construction (SAISC) Steel Awards. 

Trevali posts positive Q3 results as Caribou zinc mine continues ramp-up

By: Henry Lazenby     15th November 2016 Canadian base metals producer Trevali Mining has posted an operational profit for the third quarter ended September, which it billed as transformative for the company after declaring commercial production at its Caribou mine and mill, in New Brunswick. The Vancouver-based company posted a net... 

Committee concerned by lack of contracts in construction

By: Kimberley Smuts     11th November 2016 The lack of awareness among smaller, and so-called emerging building contractors in the civil engineering and construction industry about protecting their interests through proper contract documentation is alarming, says the Joint Building Contracts Committee (JBCC). “At least 100 000 people are... 

Company celebrates long-time continuous operations in Africa

     11th November 2016 This month geotechnical contractor Franki Africa celebrates seventy years of continuous operation in Africa. The company highlights that it is more motivated than ever to move forward vigorously in spite of challenging times in the construction industry. “Seventy years is a significant milestone... 

Big recognition for small business at the 2016 South African Small Business Awards 

     10th November 2016 The accomplishments of the small business community in South Africa was in the spotlight as winners of the 2016 South African Small Business Awards were announced on 10 November at Montecasino in Fourways, Johannesburg.   In its eighth year, the South African Small Business Awards acknowledge the... 

Arup Joint Winner For Professional Services At Best Project 2016 Awards

     10th November 2016 Arup was awarded joint winner in the Professional Services category at the Best Projects 2016 Awards for their structural, civil, façade, wet services and transport design for Attacq and architects LYT, for the PwC Tower currently under development in Midrand, north of Johannesburg. The awards,... 

Confidence in South Africa’s consulting engineering sector under pressure

By: Creamer Media Reporter      9th November 2016 Confidence among South Africa’s consulting engineering firms has come under renewed pressure in recent months having recovered earlier in the year from the 16-year low recorded during 2015. Consulting Engineers South Africa’s (Cesa’s) Bi-annual Economic and Capacity Survey shows that, while... 

Royal HaskoningDHV achieves Level 2 BBBEE status underpinning the company’s ambition to Enhance Society Together

     3rd November 2016 3rd November 2016, Today, Royal HaskoningDHV SA consulting engineers announced that the company achieved Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (BBBEE) Level 2 status. This demonstrates Royal HaskoningDHV’s ambition towards Enhancing Society Together and a great recognition for the role the... 

Tiger adjusts output after plant spill

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     25th October 2016 ASX-listed Tiger Resources has downgraded its copper cathode production expectations for 2016, following the seepage of process solution from its intermediate leach solutions (ILS) pond at the Kipoi project, in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The miner said on Tuesday that the leak was... 

Afrisam Helps Bpb Sindi Civils Lay The Foundations For Upliftment In Kwazulu-Natal

     24th October 2016 Some five kilometres outside of Wartburg, and neighbouring Trust Feed Village, essential infrastructure is being developed to support a highly anticipated housing project in KwaZulu-Natal. Once completed, this 160 hectare development will feature about 3 000 low and middle cost housing units as... 

Eskom executive upbeat about entity’s performance

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     20th October 2016 Eskom customer service operations GM Marion Hughes on Thursday highlighted the many achievements of the power utility in the past year, including the fact that it has not had the need to load-shed for a year. Speaking at the yearly South African Chamber of Commerce and Industry convention, she... 

Lahmeyer International at WindEnergy Hamburg 2016 in Hall B4 at Stand EG.301

     26th September 2016 From September 27 to 30, 2016, on- and offshore specialists will come together in Hamburg at the WindEnergy Trade Fair. Lahmeyer International, together with its parent company Tractebel, will present its range of services in the field of wind energy. The engineers support wind energy projects... 

Open letter to DA leader

By: Terry Mackenzie-hoy     2nd September 2016 Dear Mmusi Maimane When Creamer Media publishing editor Martin Creamer and I agreed that I would write this column, he said the column must not be smutty and it is not recommended that I write about politics. 

PPC Joins The Concrete Institute

     25th August 2016 The Concrete Institute is pleased to announce that PPC has joined the founding members, AfriSam, Lafarge and Sephaku, as a fully-fledged producer member of the Institute. Says TCI Managing Director, Bryan Perrie: “PPC joining The Concrete Institute puts TCI in a better position to meet our... 

Timmins Gold extends San Francisco mine life to 2023

By: Henry Lazenby     24th August 2016 Mexico-focused gold miner Timmins Gold has completed a new Canadian National Instrument 43-101-compliant technical report on its San Francisco gold mine, extending the mine life out to 2023. The Vancouver-based company on Monday announced a new mine plan for the asset that is expected to generate... 

Lesotho Highlands Water Project – Phase II

By: Sheila Barradas     19th August 2016 Construction of the Polihali dam – an integral part of the LHWP Phase II – is expected to start in 2019. 

2016 engineering awards offer glimpse into South African profession's excellence

By: Samantha Herbst     18th August 2016 Creamer Media’s Engineering News was among the organisations and individuals recognised at 2016 Engineering Excellence Awards, hosted by Consulting Engineers South Africa (Cesa) and Aon South Africa in Gauteng on Wednesday night. Engineering News received recognition for Publishing Excellence in... 

Freight networks boost industry development

By: Sascha Solomons     12th August 2016 The biggest potential for growth in the materials handling industry lies in the bulk, or freight, rail networks, with a sizeable amount of the country’s planned investment in rail infrastructure projects aimed at maintaining it as the key global player it is, says engineering and design firm... 

Technological advances allow for far greater client collaboration on design

By: Sebastian Whyle     5th August 2016 By using virtual design solutions consulting engineers are now in a position to shorten lead times and lower costs by collaborating with clients to jointly make design choices. In fact, Royal Haskoning DHV MD Salani Sithole tells Engineering News that building information management systems... 

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