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Square metre cost myth Debunking the rate per square metre cost myth
A “cost per square metre rate” is a method of expressing building cost that should be used with extreme caution by both clients and contractors involved in the cost
28 Jun 2017
Thinking forward Protocol drives sustainability thinking forward
The recently released Natural Capital Protocol – developed by a global multi-stakeholder group representing business, finance, accounting, conservation, academia and
09 Jun 2017
The dangers of shift work Quarries alert to dangers of shift work
Working shifts can take its toll on workers and special care therefore needs to be taken to ensure that their physical and mental health is looked after. In the quarrying
30 May 2017
Planning For Dummies Planning a Great Project for Dummies
You’ve got the most powerful, up-to-date project planning and management tools. So why are projects continually behind schedule and over budget? The solution is in your
29 May 2017
South Africa: Exosun partners with Lesedi This partnership will offer the most localized South African solar tracking system
Exosun, worldwide leading supplier of advanced, cost-effective solar tracking solutions for ground- mounted photovoltaic (PV) plants, and Lesedi Nuclear Services, a leading South
08 May 2017
Classic Seminars Course Classic Seminars Course Schedule 1st semester 2017
MAY Project Management Foundations                                  Midrand    
03 May 2017
Government infrastructure projects Why it matters who manages the spend
An estimated R875.70 billion has been committed to a number of ambitious government infrastructure projects for the Medium Term Expenditure Framework (MTEF) until 2019/2020),
13 Apr 2017
Investing in sustainability is more than a risk management tool Investing in sustainability is more than a risk management tool
Investing in sustainability and The Carbon Trust Standard is not only a risk management tool. Being recognised as an independently-verified environmentally sustainable
13 Apr 2017
Trading above expectations ATTACQ Celebrates The First Year Of The Mall of Africa
WATERFALL GAUTENG (SOUTH AFRICA) – Today Attacq celebrated the first birthday of the Mall of Africa with a Safari of the Senses tour through the mall hosted exclusively for
13 Apr 2017
Drone industry seeks to close the skills gap through training A plethora of job opportunities exist for drone pilots
A plethora of job opportunities exist for drone pilots, an untapped sector ready and waiting to train students, address the lack of skills in the industry and boost the
11 Apr 2017
Vital Engineering’s ‘powerful’ project wins in many sectors Vital Engineering’s ‘powerful’ project wins in many sectors
According to a well-known adage: ’Success doesn’t come to you; you go to it.’ This very much applies to Vital Engineering, which has gone more than the extra
11 Apr 2017
The unintended consequences of discounting in the built environment The unintended consequences of discounting in the built environment
John Ruskin once said, “It's unwise to pay too much, but it's worse to pay too little. When you pay too much, you lose a little money - that's all. When you pay too little,
06 Apr 2017
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