SAICE Membership Stats - Active Gender Distribution
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Being a new parent is a rude awakening. Being a new parent for the second time around leaves one feeling like a stream in a Karoo drought. As new fathers, Jason, a mate of mine, and I high-tailed it one evening to a local hang-out den for rain. After several minutes of preferred silence, and sipping gummy berry juice, we both observed that, of the 150 or so patrons, most were Mandela’s children dressed to the nines – middle upper-class young professionals...
SAICE 2015 President Malcolm Pautz and CEO Manglin Pillay will be visiting UPINGTON 16-17 July 2015
Join them as they address local industry members, office bearers and universities. Don’t miss the opportunity to have first-hand interaction with civil engineers who could be your voice on industry matters – this presidential visit is your chance to engage and be empowered.
Please forward all RSVPs to Leigh-Ann Loubser email@example.com
SAICE – SAFCEC ANNUAL AWARDS 2015 – CALL FOR NOMINATIONS
Deadline Extension - 16 July 2015
Entries are now open for the SAICE-SAFCEC Annual Awards set to take
place in Cape Town on 8 October 2015. The Annual Awards give recognition
to outstanding civil engineering projects and honours individuals who have
rendered outstanding service to the profession or has made a contribution of distinction to civil engineering.
Join Paul Smit, CEO of Sanika Waterproofing as he introduces the Concrete Waterproofing Crystalline Technology and discusses the benefits of its sustainability.
Date: Monday, 13 July 2015 Venue: SAICE HOUSE, Midrand Registration: 08h30 Course begins: 09h00 Duration: 3 hours Cost: R100 incl. VAT – to be paid at the door
RSVP to Simone Rambarun firstname.lastname@example.org
LAFARGE PHOTO COMPETITION – CALL FOR ENTRIES
To celebrate the beauty of the industry and the profession we invite you to submit your best engineering related photographs electronically to email@example.com. Prizes to be won.
ENTRIES CLOSE 30 AUGUST 2015
Enter now and win a cash PRIZE OF R2000
This August - SAICE’s #EngAge digital digest will be turning 1! We are extremely excited and would like to invite YOU to share in our celebration.
How to enter?
Take a picture illustrating a hashtag (#) by using any object, shape, size or way! Be innovative.
Upload your image to our FACEBOOKpage using #EngageTurns1.
The most creative way of depicting the HASHTAG icon will win R2000.00 in CASH.
Guidelines for Seismic Evaluation and Design of Petrochemical Facilities
Author: Task Committee on Seismic Evaluation and Design of Petrochemical Facilities.These guidelines offer practical recommendations on several aspects affecting the design and safety of new and existing petrochemical facilities both during and following an earthquake.
WAS: R 770.00 incl. VAT NOW: R 692.99 incl. VAT
Innovative Coastal Zone Management – Sustainable engineering for a dynamic coast
Author: Edited by Alexandra Schofield
The world's coastlines play an increasingly important role in energy capture, habitation, and the economy, and remain vital for international trade, leisure, recreation, tourism, and wildlife. The Institution of Civil Engineers' Coastal Management conference, held in Belfast on 15-16 November, 2011, addressed the modern engineer's role in finding a balance between developmental opportunities, coastal management, and the protection of the physical and social environment.