Time is a currency – you can spend it, invest it or squander it. It is the one currency gifted to all with the same measure and without prejudice. The billionaire, and the street vagabond has been accorded the same measure of 24 hours in the day. I like the concept of time – the limitations, confinement and consistency of it.
SAICE Aqualibrium Water Competition sparks interest in USA
SAICE recently hosted an American delegation who are keen to expand the Aqualibrium – Water Competition into the United States of America.
Lesotho Highlands Water Project Phase II - service provider procurement has commenced
The procurement of consultants for the design of the main works, the environmental, social and public health impact assessments and resettlement contracts of Phase II of the Lesotho Highlands Water Project has commenced and will continue for the next few months. Prequalification of the dam and tunnel engineering consultants is expected to start during January 2015. Pertinent information including procurement notices for professional services contracts, is available on the Lesotho Highlands Water Project Phase II website at http://www.lhwp.org.ls
CSCE 2015 Regina Annual Conference
THE ABSTRACT DEADLINE HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO JANUARY 26, 2015. Don't delay, submit your abstract a.s.a.p.!
Striving to become the best doesn’t happen overnight. It takes courage and planning to make the tough decisions which allow you to get there. We provide you with the platform to enhance your skills and get the knowledge which will ensure success.
Autodesk & TechnoCAD invites you to a FREE CPD accredited lecture followed by a braai and drinks. Building information modelling (BIM) is an integrated process of collating and maintaining information relating to a building or infrastructure projects by means of an intelligent digital model with 3D objects and data associated to it.
Date: Thursday 26th February
Time: 17h30 for 18h00
Topic: Top 10 Reasons to Adopt BIM
RSVP: Nadeena@saice.org.za before 20 February
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