During 2016, SAICE offered two courses on the General Conditions of Contracts for Construction (GCC) 2015. These courses included the 2-day beginner-to-intermediate course on the GCC 2015, and the 1-day advanced course on the Differences between GCC 2010 and GCC 2015.
The Gauteng Department of Roads and Transport (GDRT) has identified the need to conduct a survey to determine levels of customer satisfaction in the province with regard to the various services administered by the GDRT.
The secured order book has shown a declining trend since 2014. A decrease in order books was observed across six of the nine construction companies analysed.
Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.
The South African Institution of Civil Engineering (SAICE) regards government’s action as a regrettable development that neither fosters the management of the water resources in South Africa nor the transformation agenda of government and our people.
The prestigious annual SAICE–SAFCEC Awards gala event for the Most Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievements for 2015/2016 was held at Emperors Palace, Kempton Park on 13 October and attended by industry leaders and dignitaries from across South Africa.
The SAICE Transportation Division brings you this 3rd instalment of our vigorous discussion sessions.
SAICE Johannesburg Branch recently held the first of its kind – Avant-garde Forum. The initiative provided a platform for young professionals to showcase their present or recent projects where ingenuity was a primary catalyst for success
It is just under a month till SAICE’s President and CEO touch down in Bloemfontein, where they will be meeting with regional committee representatives and civil engineering students in the area
The SAICE delegation led by President Chris Herold and CEO Manglin Pillay embarked on the Pietermaritzburg leg of the nationwide branch visits.