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Consulting engineering firm bags students’ choice award

ZUTARI has taken first place in the Professional Services: Consulting Engineering category as a preferred graduate employer at the GradStar Students’ Choice Awards 2020. “This...

3D laser scanner takes surveying to the next level

BOSCH Munitech’s new Faro S150 Plus scanner - the first of its kind in South Africa - is designed to capture up to two...

Green light for R500m PE Boardwalk mall development

FLANAGAN & Gerard Group and Emfuleni Resorts, a subsidiary of Sun International, have confirmed that they will go ahead with the planned extension and...

EC a growth engine for construction

THE Eastern Cape remains an attractive and keenly contested market for construction activity. Not only is it a coastal province with several ports, and...

Thinking small to get big projects right

WITH favourable movements in most commodity prices against a backdrop of uncertainty from COVID-19, the minimum viable project model is appealing for small and...

Drones take inspections to the next level

ROPE-access specialist Skyriders has been issued with a Remote Operating Certificate (ROC) from the South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA). Marketing Manager Mike Zinn said...

How expertise helps accelerate wind power rollout

CONCOR is completing its tenth wind farm project where the majority was constructed as an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contractor, highlighting its niche...

Operational excellence, safety two sides of same coin

THE key to an improved health and safety record in the mining workplace lies with integrating safety firmly as part of operational excellence. This is...

Mtentu bridge project out for tender again after roads agency wins case against ex-contractor

AN appeal to prevent the South African National Roads Agency (SANRAL) from claiming guarantees from the joint venture that stopped work on the Mtentu...

M&E sector awards finalists announced

THE Steel and Engineering Industries Federation of Southern Africa (SEIFSA) has announced the entrants for the sixth edition of the SEIFSA Awards for Excellence. The...

What’s needed to make infrastructure-driven growth a reality?

IN light of ongoing discussions across the public and private sectors on infrastructure development as the key to South Africa’s economic growth, Consulting Engineers...

PE’s Day Zero: Poor planning, failure to fix leaks blamed

SEVERAL neighbourhoods in the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality recently went past Day Zero, the point where municipal taps don’t supply water anymore. Mkhuseli Sizani and James Stent of...

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Metals, engineering indaba to tackle SA power supply problems

THE Southern African Metals and Engineering Indaba, which takes place on 24 and 25 May at the IDC Auditorium in Sandton will probe the...

Does extension of COVID loan scheme mean it’s a failure?

By Thakhani Masindi THE National Treasury, the South African Reserve Bank (SARB) and the Banking Association South Africa launched the Loan Guarantee Scheme on 12...

Desalination plant won’t be enough to avert NMB water crisis, chamber warns

ORGANISED business in Nelson Mandela Bay has welcomed the Council’s recent green light for the construction of a seawater desalination plant but warned that...

A Sage new way for SMEs to automate business accounting

FNB and cloud business management company Sage have announced a partnership that they say will simplify the process of transferring financial transaction history to...