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Multifaceted approach needed for water stewardship

13th May 2022 While water stewardship is not a well-known term, according to global organisation the United Nations Industrial Development Organisation, it has been simply defined as “the use of water in a socially equitable manner, that is environmentally sustainable and economically beneficial”. Consulting... 

Gas industry gearing up for growth

By: Anna Moross     29th April 2022 Decisions and announcements made last year by a number of state owned entities have inched South Africa closer to the implementation of a successful gas-to-power programme, says engineering consultancy WSP regional director Martin Mkhabela. 

Michelle Jackson

22nd April 2022 This week we profile Michelle Jackson, MD: Property & Buildings at WSP in Africa, a multinational engineering and design firm 

Zutari appoints maritime, rail veteran Lutchman as MD of transport

By: Marleny Arnoldi     5th April 2022 Consulting engineering and infrastructure advisory firm Zutari has appointed Vishaal Lutchman MD of transport, effective April 1. Lutchman previously served as CEO of South African Institution of Civil Engineering, steering the organisation through various challenges within the organisation, the... 

Mining offerings entrenched

18th March 2022 Professional services firm WSP in Africa provides mining houses across the continent with access to a full spectrum of “world-class” engineering, environmental sustainability advisory and implementation services. The firm states that it has the experience and breadth of offering in place to... 

Microtunnelling used to build pipeline

By: Nadine Ramdass     18th March 2022 The Farm 694 bulk civil engineering services project will, once completed, be the longest and largest diameter pipeline project constructed using microtunnelling in South Africa, says WSP in Africa civil and municipal infrastructure civil engineer Darren Osborne. Microtunnelling allowed for... 

Road rehabilitation project initiated

By: Cameron Mackay     10th December 2021 A Gauteng rehabilitation project that entails a 27 km section of road – from the D483 / P6-1 intersection, close to Bapsfontein, in Ekurhuleni, to the D483/D713 intersection, in Cullinan, in Tshwane – began last month. This comes after a construction contractor was appointed for the project last... 

Road tech can improve road longevity, safety

By: Cameron Mackay     10th December 2021 Engineering consultancy WSP has incorporated technologies that compensate for the potential longer time span between maintenance interventions for the rehabilitation of a 27 km section of road in Gauteng, says WSP director Marshall Muthen. The project, set to begin in January, involves a section... 

Innovation implemented in road project

By: Anna Moross     29th October 2021 Consulting engineers firm WSP has used not only innovative technology in the upgrading of the National Route 3 (N3) project but also aims to ensure the use of sustainable materials throughout construction. 

M&R increases North American, Australian platform order book by R1.6bn

By: Simone Liedtke     28th October 2021 The SecureEnergy joint venture (JV) between engineering and construction group Murray & Roberts’ (M&R’s) subsidiary Clough and Elecnor has been awarded additional work to the value of R1.2-billion on the EnergyConnect project. 

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