oa Civil Engineering = Siviele Ingenieurswese - In brief

Volume 14, Issue 4
  • ISSN : 1021-2000



Seacore completes one of its most challenging projects <BR>Concrete piping generates more jobs, survey reveals <BR>Ballito sewage infrastructure to be upgraded <BR>South African design company scores nuclear contract <BR>Polyurethane wear liners more cost efficient for mines <BR>Injecting new life into Africa's road network <BR>Instantaneous non-explosive breaking/blasting system <BR>Oil Africa speaker says fabrication and engineering must get up to speed <BR>Jeffreys Bay gets down to business <BR>Quality - the master key to sound project management <BR>CMA submits draft standards for two concrete products <BR>Chryso admixtures for Century City project <BR>National Construction Week to be held alongside Interbuild Africa <BR>Construction in full swing at Bedford Square <BR>Proactive partnerships in a changing profession <BR>Lafarge in partnership with SW Gauteng college <BR>C&CI's Perrie is new president of SARF <BR>AOL reels in phishers <BR>2,9-billion refinancing for Maputo Development Corridor <BR>In-house project financing is the answer! <BR>Chinese delegation calls on GMBA <BR>Bahrain disaster <BR>Tosas supplies bitumen rubber to Mozambique

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