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South African growth calls for large new bulk water infrastructure

17th July 2019 Integrated infrastructure delivery company AECOM has leading expertise in water resources planning and modelling, large dams, hydropower development, water and wastewater treatment, water conveyance and distribution, stormwater management, and water resilience. This stands it in good stead to... 

Delivery excellence underpins all AECOM projects in MEA region

4th July 2019 Delivery excellence and quality assurance are a key aspect for integrated infrastructure delivery company AECOM. This focus is prevalent across its three end markets operating in the Middle East and Africa (MEA) region, namely buildings and places, civil infrastructure, and construction services.... 

AECOM launches 30th edition of Africa Property & Construction Cost Guide

20th June 2019 Integrated infrastructure delivery company AECOM has launched its Africa Property & Construction Cost Guide 2019/20 in conjunction with its strategic partner, the Bureau of Economic Research (BER) at the University of Stellenbosch. The Cost Guide forms part of AECOM’s commitment to improving... 

AECOM mentors the young professionals of tomorrow

14th June 2019 A candidacy mentoring programme run by integrated infrastructure delivery company AECOM is playing a vital role in ensuring newly-employed graduates attain professional registration. The programme, which includes monthly touchpoint and quarterly progress sessions, tracks performance and nurtures... 
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DBSA issues statement on departure of Breytenbach as IPP Office head

Below is the full statement, released by the Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA), following news that Karen Breytenbach had been asked to leave her post as head of the Independent Power Producers Office. 

Global growth to remain subdued, says IMF

While global economic growth is expected to remain subdued, at 3.2%, this year, the International Monetary Fund’s latest edition of the ‘World Economic Outlook (WEO)’ points to anticipated growth of 3.4% for sub-Saharan Africa. With global growth expected to pick up to 3.5% in 2020, sub-Saharan... 
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