The South African Institution of Civil Engineering (SAICE) recognised Arup with a Highly Commended Award in the Structural Engineering Project Division for their work on the PwC Tower, at the Most Outstanding Project Awards ceremony hosted by SAICE, Johannesburg Branch.
This matter concerned a Request for Consideration of the Commission’s prohibition of the intermediate merger between Italtile Limited (“Italtile”), the primary acquiring firm, and Ceramic Industries (Pty) Ltd (“CIL”) and Ezee Tile Adhesive Manufacturer’s (Pty) Ltd (the primary target firms).
The eThekwini Municipality was recently awarded the highly commended award in the category of technical excellence at the South African Institution of Civil Engineering (SAICE) regional awards held in the June for the M25/ Bhejane Road Underpass Interchange in KwaMashu.
The NHBRC’s Disciplinary Committee imposed a fine of R1, 6 million on a developer, PJJ Van Vuuren Beleggings (EDMS) BPK (NHBRC reg. no. 4526), for failure to enrol 160 residential units which were under construction at Erf 1943, Elarduspark in Gauteng.
Despite rapid globalisation with investment funds flowing across borders and money pouring into constructed assets, the construction profession has until now, lacked a common language and framework for classifying and reporting construction costs.
Since its arrival into the South African market in April 2015 with the acquisition of a majority stake in Wasteman Holdings, Averda’s operations in the region have strengthened, spurred by a number of major new contract wins.
The construction of the new R68 million Umyezo Wama Apile High School in Grabouw has resumed after a number of disruptions were resolved in consultation with the project steering committee that was nominated by the local community.
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