Where there is work that requires professionalism, accuracy, diligence, trust, reliability and ethical values; where the task summons for the services of men and women of honour, the petition should be: “Find me an engineer!”
I dedicate this article to Sam Amod Pr Eng and Peter Kleynhans Pr Eng, who in the past three weeks, while working on a sensitive project of national importance, impressed upon me the meaning of Civil Engineer.
The friendly city proved to be just that when the SAICE presidential delegation visited the Algoa branch on 12 – 13 July 2016.
The Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE) along with its presidential delegation were warmly welcomed by SAICE on 18 July 2016. The team that comprised of approximately 20 engineers visited the Institution as part of their international technical visit itinerary.
Very few interventions or career days have the advantage of practically illustrating what a career is all about. At the finals of AQUALIBRIUM, the SAICE Schools Water Competition 2016, to be held at the Sci-Bono Discovery Centre in Newtown, Johannesburg on Friday 29 July 2016, you will experience exactly that
The SAICE Johannesburg branch Committee (SAICE JHB branch committee), as part of its annual strategy session, identified the need for a platform to celebrate the engineering excellence that exists amongst our Young Professionals (Professionals who are younger than 35 years of age).
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To honour an engineer who has:
– Rendered outstanding service to the profession and
– Made a contribution of distinction to civil engineering
To honour a young engineer under the age of 36 who has:
· rendered outstanding service to the profession; and
· made a contribution of distinction to civil engineering.
Sarlette Vermaak, SAICE’s new Financial Manager has over 30 years of experience in the financial industry. Here’s what she had to say about this new chapter…