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today5 Sep 2012
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Building bridges … for the breaking!

The finals of the very successful annual BKS-SAICE International Bridge Building Competition organised by the South African Institution of Civil Engineering (SAICE) were held at the St Albans College in Pretoria. BKS has once again provided the major sponsorship for the event - for the fourth year running!
today4 Oct 2010

Breaking bridges for fun and learning

The finals of the very successful annual BKS-SAICE International Bridge Building Competition organised by the South African Institution of Civil Engineering (SAICE) was held at the St Albans College in Pretoria on Friday, 3 September 2010. BKS has provided the major sponsorship for the event for the third year running. 
today29 Feb 2012

Here I am, please use me

{nomultithumb} On Thursday the 23rd of February, Dr Martin van Veelen was inaugurated as the 110th President of the South African Institution of Civil Engineering (SAICE). 
today7 May 2012

Civil engineering experience critical to infrastructure development

In his inaugural address as the 110th president of the South African Institution of Civil Engineering (SAICE), Dr Martin van Veelen spoke of the importance of retaining engineering experience – and the wisdom that has grown with it – in government departments responsible for the country’s infrastructure, and equally, of transferring this wisdom and experience to the corps of younger engineers in the public service.  Van Veelen pointed out the shortage of technocrats in those government departments where such skills are essential, highlighting, for example, that in the Department of Water Affairs (DWA) there are only seven engineers in a senior management team of 48 people.
today23 Feb 2014

Engineers' Civilution into remote and marginalised areas

The South African Institution of Civil Engineering (SAICE) inaugurated its 112th president, Stanford Mkhacane, at the SAICE Presidential Inauguration and Gala Dinner at Emperors Palace in Johannesburg on 13 February 2014.