It's not inside - it's on top
I would like to advocate that all public sector infrastructure delivery institutions should be led by competent, experienced, registered, polymathic civil engineers. The primary purpose of municipalities, for example, is to conceive, deliver, operate and maintain infrastructure for all echelons of society.

Call for nominations and entries: SAICE SAFCEC Annual Awards 2016

SAICE in partnership with SAFCEC will be hosting their Annual Awards for most outstanding engineering achievements for 2015/2016 on 13 October 2016 in Johannesburg. Submit your nominations today!

Call for nominations: Photo Competition 2016

It’s that time again! The search is on for the best captured photograph of the engineering industry. Submit your entries.

Civilution 2016 – the movement is well and alive!

The engineering community gathered at Gallagher Estate for the much anticipated second instalment of the Civilution Congress held on 9 – 10 May. Forty expert speakers and panellists gathered for the movement to address over 250 high-level conference delegates.

Help us assess graduate technical skills

SAICE in partnership with CESA and SAFCEC have developed an industry survey to see which University and University of Technology graduates are most sought after in the civil engineering, consulting and construction industries. Help us to support tertiary institutions in maintaining a uniform standard.

Take The Survey Here

Executive Board meets to discuss way forward

SAICE’s Executive Board convened in a meeting on 26 May 2016 at SAICE National Office. The meeting which was chaired by SAICE 2016 President Dr Chris Herold, was attended by a host of members who sit on the institutions panels.

21st Annual conference of the International Association for Impact Assessment, South African Affiliate

Be a part of a vibrant network of members who lead Integrated Environmental Management in SA.

Durban Newsletter

Find out what the Durban Branch has been up to these past few weeks in their lastest edition of their newsletter.

North West – What’s on?

Find out what’s been happening in North West in this latest edition of their newsletter.

SACPCMP 5th Construction Management Summit

The South African Council for the Project and Construction Management Professions (SACPCMP) in joint collaboration with the University of Johannesburg (UJ) hereby invites you to partake at the 5th Construction Management Summit to be held on 28-29 June 2016, at the University of Johannesburg, Auckland Park.

General Conditions of Contract for Construction 2015 (GCC 2015)

Course Date: 9-10 June 2016
Location: Polokwane
Fees:
SAICE member R 5040.00
Non-Member R 6090.00
Presenter: Benti Czanik
CPD Points: 2 credits
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Handling Projects in a Consulting Engineer’s Practice

Course Date: 6-7 June 2016
Location: Midrand
Fees:
SAICE Member R 5040.00
Non Member R 6090.00
Presenter: Wolf Weidemann
CPD points: 2 credits
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Sanitary Drainage Systems for Buildings


Course Date: 10 June 2016
Location: Midrand
Fees:
Member R 5040.00
Non Member R 6090.00
Presenter: Vollie Brink
CPD points: 2 credits
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Urban Road Stormwater Drainage

Course Date: 6-10 June 2016
Location: Gauteng
Fees:
SARF Sponsor members R 9240.00
SARF members R 9880.00
SAICE member R 10080.00
Non-Member R 10795.00
Presenter:Chris Brooker, Alaster Goyns and Matt Braune
CPD Points: 4.5 credits


For any enquiries contact Sybul or Tshidi on:
Email:  sybul@sarf.org.za /
             tshidi@sarf.org.za


Generational Differences and Learning Styles Workshop – in the Engineering and Construction Workplace

Course Date: 14 June 2016
Location: Midrand
Fees:
SAICE member R 1500.00
In-house available on request
Presenter:Philip Marsh / Celestine Jeftha
CPD Points: 0.5 credits



For any enquiries contact Mentoring 4 Success on; Email:  info@m4s.co.za


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Tracks Across the Veld & Spore oor die Veld

While organising Bushveld Train Safaris between 1995 and 2006 we again realised what an incredible railway culture still existed in South Africa. Most of the population born before 1950 had a railway connection while the SAR also gave many bursaries to pay for higher education which in turn led to the development of South Africa as the power house of Africa. I hope that this helps you to appreciate the diverse scenery of Southern Africa, and particularly the engineering obstacles that were overcome while the sub-continent was being provided with a railway network of extremely high standard. May we also not forget the suffering experienced by thousands in extreme temperatures, frequently with the loss of their lives, as they valiantly fought to lay the tracks over the veld.
 
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