Engineers

7 Career Lessons That Double as Amazing Life Advice

7 Career Lessons That Double as Amazing Life Advice

After all, work and life aren’t all that separate from one another. Many of the lessons you learn from your job can shape your personal life, and vice versa. [rml_read_more] Below are seven career articles that double as good life advice—because yes, you should love what you do for eight hours of your day, but you should also love the life you live in the rest of those hours. There’s No Such Thing... »

Skills 2030:  Securing the talent to build our Future Infrastructure

Skills 2030: Securing the talent to build our Future Infrastructure

Technologies are transforming our lives and our world, impacting every type of infrastructure you can imagine. This shift requires new skills, such as greater creativity and innovation, better communication and collaboration, and more interdisciplinary specialists.[rml_read_more] The current debate within the industry is focused on how the role of the engineer must evolve to deliver future infrast... »

How Can We Achieve Collaboration in Civil Engineering?

How Can We Achieve Collaboration in Civil Engineering?

With collaboration at the heart of any successful project, it is an area we as an industry do have to constantly develop and refine to deliver the best results. [rml_read_more] The Need for Effective Collaboration in Civil Engineering The importance of collaboration in civil engineering lays in the different groups involved in a project. These have evolved from a simple client/consultant/contracto... »

SOUTH AFRICAN ENGINEERS – YOU HAVE A DUTY TO THE PUBLIC AND YOUR COUNTRY

SOUTH AFRICAN ENGINEERS – YOU HAVE A DUTY TO THE PUBLIC AND YOUR COUNTRY

All South African Engineers have a fundamental duty to put Public and Country First, I have complied the following quotes to remind us all our obligations.   “Proffessionals in general tend to believe that their obligations to their clients far outweigh their responsibility to others such as public” Dr Githui Mathenge’s research titled: Ethical Issues in the Construction Industry in Kenya: A Criti... »