South Africa Construction Industry,

The South African Construction Industry – Some things to think about and act on!

The South African Construction Industry – Some things to think about and act on!

The current state of the South African construction industry is testament to the devastating effects of poor management, ineffective, self-serving leadership and the lack of collective vision as to what our future holds or could hold. I am not a politician and so I will stay away from the Governments lack of investment in infrastructure as that topic has been thrashed around for a long time and qu... »

Industry Panel Discussion

Industry Panel Discussion

The Construction Management Foundation in collaboration with the Wits University School of Construction Economics and Management invites you to an industry panel discussion. This discussion will focus on the current insurgence of “construction mafia” in South African construction projects. Projects worth over R25bn have been affected to date. The CMF will bring together stakeholders fr... »

In Conversation with PrEng Jeshika Ramchund

In Conversation with PrEng Jeshika Ramchund

In this interview with The HardHat Professional, Project Lead Engineer Jeshika Ramchund (JR) talks about her career journey as a consultant engineer in the construction and built environment industry. [rml_read_more] THHP: Briefly tell us about your background. JR: I am currently a Lead Engineer in the Developments division at Bosch Projects, in Durban, South Africa. I am a professional engineer, ... »

Tallest buildings in every province of South Africa

Tallest buildings in every province of South Africa

The tallest building in each SA province isn’t always even a skyscraper. Outside of those hosting big metros, SA’s provinces are still a long way from gleaming skyscrapers. The tallest buildings in each SA province range from a 16 floor Post Office to Africa’s tallest skyscraper. 45 years later, Gauteng’s Carlton Centre is still not only the tallest building in SA but Afric... »

Registered Project and Construction Managers be appointed to construction projects

Registered Project and Construction Managers be appointed to construction projects

The South African Council for the Project and Construction Management Professions (SACPCMP) urges that only appropriately registered Project and Construction Managers be used on construction projects, irrespective of the size and nature of such projects.   This follows the recent Sunday Times report, indicating that Construction and Project Managers who worked on the two Eskom power stations ... »

  • 1
  • 2