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Engineering firm aims to lead in technology, innovation to improve services

1st June 2018 Infrastructure engineering multinational AECOM is developing high-technology building information modelling (BIM) systems as part of the transition to digital business and service models and to meet changing client needs, says AECOM Africa Buildings and Places MD Tim ter Haar. The company is... 

Lesotho Highlands Water Project – Phase II, Lesotho and South Africa

1st June 2018 The Lesotho Highlands Development Authority has announced that it intends to procure three construction contracts for Phase 2. 

African infrastructure projects on a par with global best practices

25th May 2018 African infrastructure projects are meeting, and sometimes setting, global engineering best practices, says infrastructure and engineering multinational AECOM Africa civil infrastructure lead Darrin Green. Large-scale engineering projects worldwide require a range of technical, multidisciplinary... 

AECOM debates the impact of EIAs in project development at IAIA18

21st May 2018 Integrated infrastructure development company AECOM had a major presence at the 38th annual conference of the International Association for Impact Assessment, IAIA18, held from 16 to 19 May at the Durban International Convention Centre. Billed as the international environment conference of the... 
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Govt eyes staff cuts, hiring caps after wage deal

Government is considering layoffs and early retirement packages for staff in the public sector to avoid breaking its pledge to cut spending after unions clinched above-inflation wage increases, the Treasury said on Friday. Under a deal reached in May, the government will raise salaries of public... 

More must be done for youth development, job creation – Mabuza

The Human Resource Development Council (HRDC) should be able to contribute meaningfully in answering why South Africa’s unemployment rate remains stubbornly high, at 27.7%, Deputy President David Mabuza said on Friday.   Addressing delegates at the twentieth HRDC meeting, in Johannesburg, he... 
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