The University of Pretoria’s (UP) Department of Civil Engineering, hosted its Annual Projects Evening on 29 October 2015. At the event an audience of just over 200 students, lecturers, special guests and parents gathered at the Rautenbach Hall, Hatfield Campus, for an evening of showcasing and celebrating the outstanding research produced by the class of 2015.
SAICE 2016 president elect Dr Chris Herold stepped in for President Malcolm Pautz last week during the Pietermaritzburg (PMB) branch visit. Pautz had been attending the ACSE 2015 Convention in New York.
South Africa seems to be on a knife-edge, a time of challenge and turmoil — balancing between economic success and disaster. Faced with several challenges, the engineering profession is also at a tipping point.
The Department of Civil Engineering at the University of the Witwatersrand (WITS) held its Investigative Project (IP) presentation on 28 October 2015 at the Hillman Building.
Pretoria’s presidential branch visit took place on 23 October 2015 at the Ritrovo Ristorante in WaterKloof, Pretoria. The luncheon was well attended by an extremely vibrant and energetic branch.
A reputable civil engineer (Pr Eng, MSc Eng, MBL, FSAICE), with some 20 years of public and private sector work experience, attends a tender briefing meeting – dignified and portraying the ultimate professional in dress and demeanour.
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SAICE 2015 President Malcolm Pautz touched down in New York City this week for the 2015 American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Convention. The convention set the tone for a proud moment in the organisation’s history – the signing of the Agreement of Cooperation between ASCE and SAICE.
On 17 September 2015, SAICE held its 3rd Civil Talk for the year at its national office in Midrand. The discussion, entitled Accountability starts with YOU, was facilitated by eNuus anchor on Kyknet, Freek Robinson. Sharing their expert views on the topic included panelists’ Mr Tebogo Motlashuping, Chief Director of Corporate Governance and Traditional Affairs and Professor Steven Friedman, a South African academic, newspaper columnist, former trade unionist and journalist.
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