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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:
With over 40 years of industry experience in consulting engineering, a BSc Eng and an MSc Eng from Wits, Errol Kerst, who has been involved with infrastructure development for industrial and mining projects, shares…
Author: Nomzamo Mlungu, Registered Professional Quantity Surveyor
Kenya is regarded as the regional hub for trade and finance in East Africa, and many large corporations have their African headquarters in Nairobi.
Most Construction professionals think a CV is only important when you are looking for work and as a result, CVs only get updated when it is time to change jobs. Here are some of…
Author: Nomzamo Mlungu, Registered Professional Quantity Surveyor You’re a professional in the construction industry. You’ve reached a point where you are no longer growing in your current role or the politics of the organisation…
Civilution is more than a gathering designed for Engineers; Civilution is an Engineering Revolution created for Engineers of all disciplines. Adrienne Taylor explains Civilution in greater detail.
The hiring processes for most construction related jobs involve analysing the related educational qualifications and your technical knowledge. But the main focus will be on your “life” skills, irrespective of your educational background. Therefore…