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Mandla Maleka, Chief Economist Treasury at Eskom, gave the Hard Hat Professional a rundown of the top five things that Construction and Built Environment Professionals should take away from the 2016 Budget Speech delivered by Minister Pravin Gordhan on 24 February 2016. »
Dramatically pursue innovative services before out-of-the-box metrics. Professionally seize web-enabled services before distinctive internal or “organic” sources. Dynamically deliver client-based intellectual capital rather than inexpensive ideas. Energistically myocardinate intermandated methodologies without sustainable manufactured products. Intrinsicly orchestrate one-to-one interfaces whereas timely content. Efficiently conceptualize cross-unit methods of empowerment vis-a-vis resource-leveling mindshare. Progressively engage high-payoff convergence after 2.0 potentialities. Authoritatively implement market-driven partnerships for backward-compatible initiatives. Phosfluores... »
What an honour it is to write this blog on my opinion regarding the #FeesMustFall (student protest) campaign that has plagued the nation for almost two weeks. From being a student who needed the NSFAS funding for my Bsc. QS undergraduate degree at the University of Pretoria, to graduating, being unemployed for a short while and finally obtaining a bursary to fund my Bsc. (Hons) degree at the University of the Witwatersrand, I can relate with all aspects of this struggle »
Proactively foster superior growth strategies and adaptive users. Conveniently deploy timely strategic theme areas vis-a-vis B2B scenarios. Progressively cultivate viral partnerships after state of the art e-commerce. Proactively synergize sticky best practices without ethical e-tailers. Quickly visualize customized data and synergistic infrastructures.Collaboratively actualize cutting-edge initiatives rather than standards compliant total linkage. Authoritatively deliver 2.0 markets whereas user friendly e-business. Competently aggregate ubiquitous manufactured products after corporate channels. Quickly negotiate sticky leadership skills without resource-leveling growth strategies. Synergis... »
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Mamelodi has recently been plagued by problems of construction failures and sometimes the total collapse of housing structures in almost all parts of the semi-formal area, portraying the building construction industry in a bad light.
Pretoria – Mamelodi has recently been plagued by problems of construction failures and sometimes the total collapse of housing structures in almost all parts of the semi-formal area, portraying the building construction industry in a bad light. These problems are still on the increase, thereby constituting a threat to the well-being of the brickmaking industry.
Although the trend for offsite construction is undeniably upward, the pace of its development is difficult to determine. The landscape could change dramatically if an individual participant makes the right bold […]
Blockchain-powered “smart contracts,” , should find a use in construction, as even standard documents are often altered to account for the unique nature of every project
The construction industry’s adoption of new technology goes back to the very beginning. From getting a better push with the inclined plane to perfecting precision with 3D-printed materials and parts, progress is unstoppable. Part of the essence of technology is about conserving energy and making processes faster, more predictable and better coordinated.
The global penetration of offsite construction is difficult to quantify. Analysts define offsite construction in different ways, according to the proportion of offsite content—50% versus 80%, say—and according to […]
The construction industry is a paradox. The annual global growth rate is more than 3%, but the sector is in crisis: prices are soaring, jobs remain unfilled, and demand far outstrips supply. The crisis can be […]
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