The South African Council for the Project and Construction Management Professions (SACPCMP) is shocked to learn about the death of three workers who were killed at a construction site in Isipingo, Durban. »
A Social Networking Platform for Professionals in the Construction/Built Environment Industries
Join our Community to engage, learn and share industry insights with your peers
Dont have an account ?
Packed lunch boxes in the fridge overnight, freshly-ironed uniforms, a sparkly new stationery set and an abundance of nervous excitement; with two young girls, this is what back to school means in our house. For me, it means getting back into the school drop-off and pick-up routine, coordinating schedules and meeting new teachers. It’s a mix of pride and relief, especially after a long December break! But it’s not the same story for everyone. »
Everyone likes to share project success stories. The challenges and hiccups that occur during the project are not so willingly shared. As some roadblocks are inevitable, some problems can be avoided by good planning and leadership. »
While Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA) supports the provisions of Minister Tito Mboweni’s 2019 Budget presented in his speech, the organization believes that Government needs to urgently revise its Procurement Practices for Consulting Engineering Services related to the development of Infrastructure making sure that the citizens of South Africa get ‘Value for Money’ infrastructure that is safe and designed to stand the test of time. »
As Engineering and Construction(E&C) organizations undergo a digital transformation, the challenge is to integrate a range of systems, software, hardware, and applications across the enterprise and ensure that there is interoperability between new and existing systems. »