SAICE Newsletter – 3 June 2016

View this email in your browser 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.…

SAICE Newsletter – 19 May 2016

View this email in your browser SAICE Membership The Mother City never disappoints SAICE had the privilege of hosting the ASCE delegation at its yearly presidential branch visits. Find out what went down in the Mother City! Cape Agulhas Lighthouse awarded Historical Landmark status SAICE and ASCE make history in Cape Town by declaring the…

SAICE Newsletter – 21 April 2016

View this email in your browser CIVILUTION: TREVOR MANUEL EXPLAINS HOW THE MOVEMENT BEGAN Civilution, a redefined understanding of Civil Engineering, was introduced by SAICE at their 2014 Congress at the Emperor’s Palace in Johannesburg. The intellectual revolution aims for a better collaboration between communities and government to have a real impact on the local…

SAICE Newsletter – 8 April 2016

View this email in your browser SAICE North West branch – presidential visit Feedback on a questionnaire from SAICE members in North West, indicated a number of issues that they would like to be addressed locally and nationally. It ranged from requests for decentralising seminars, CPD courses, Civil Talks, etc. to benefit members in the…

SAICE Newsletter – 22 March 2016

View this email in your browser Civilution Congress puts spotlight on Engineering Skills Deficit What are engineers doing to ensure that skills and education remain on top of the agenda to fill the gaping skills deficit, with a view to create professionally registered and competent engineering capacity for South Africa?     SAICE’s Charity Golf Day…