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Josphine Wawira a Quantity Surveyor from Kenya talks to us about her thoughts regarding the recent building that collapsed in Nairobi, Kenya.
An MBA degree is a good degree to have but it is no guarantee of future success especially for Construction Professionals. If you are a Construction Professional and you intend studying for an MBA…
Keeping abreast of developments in the industry is key if your aim is to grow your career as a Construction Professional. Here are 5 Reasons why should keep yourself informed about the industry:
Manglin Pillay a Civil Engineer by profession, and currently the CEO of SAICE speaks to The Hard Hat Professional about what the SAICE is and the benefits of being a member.
Did you know that professional registration in the built environment professions is an important milestone to advance your career?
A successful man; just over one point nine meters tall; around his late-forties to mid-fifties; most likely to have a beard and a belly that’s aspiring to be bigger someday. Often, when you don’t…
Are you searching for Built Environment jobs? Here are handy tips for bulldozing your way through.As competition for construction, civils and surveying jobs ratchets up, one of the best ways to stand out from…
Author: Nomzamo Mlungu, Registered Professional Quantity Surveyor In this post, I want to focus on construction professionals as change agents.
Who is Khwezi Tiya? Khwezi Tiya studied Civil engineering at the then University of Natal (Howard College) which is now the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal where he graduated in 1991: