CESA has been in existence for over 65 years and has a diverse member base across a broad spectrum of company sizes and ownership profiles, from both a race and gender perspective. The CESA membership base is made up of companies that are wholly locally owned and operated as well as some that are locally operated but owned by multi-national groups. Member companies offer consulting engineering services that include a comprehensive range of planning, design and project delivery services across all engineering disciplines including Civil, Structural, Mechanical, Electrical, Industrial and Mining etc.
THE ASSOCIATION OF SOUTH AFRICAN QUANTITY SURVEYORS –Its vital role in the building industry in South Africa
The quantity surveying profession has benefited by a governing institution in one form or another since 1908, the year that the Association of South African Quantity Surveyors (ASAQS) was inaugurated. The present Association was formed to achieve and maintain the following goals and ambitions for the profession and to
Since our founding in 1990, SABTACO has grown into a national organisation representing thousands of members in the science and engineering disciplines.
Our membership covers practitioners, graduates, technicians, and students in the technical disciplines within the “Built Environment and Engineering Industry”
Founded in 1950, the South African Road Federation (SARF) is an organisation that provides a meeting point for people across South Africa to share their interest in the local road industry and the administration of roads across the country.
The South African Road Federation (SARF) is an organisation dedicated to the promotion of the road industry in South Africa by dissemination of information, the promotion of sound policies and by education and training. With a primary focus on encouraging the continued development of effective and efficient road systems in South Africa, SARF strives for economic growth in the sector through education and training.
SARMA is an acronym for the Southern Africa Ready-mix Association. This national body represents all the reputable ready-mix companies, and is also responsible for promoting the Ready-mix industry and establishing ready-mix as the preferred construction material. In brief, SARMA’s purpose is to set standard and guidelines with regard to environmental, safety and quality issues. To be a member of SARMA these stringent policies must be met and adhered to. In addition, members are regularly audited against standards, which have been put in place.
he Construction Industry Development Board (cidb) – a Schedule 3A public entity – was established by Act of Parliament (Act 38 of 2000) to promote a regulatory and developmental framework that builds: