Annual General Meeting 2019

The SAICE Western Cape AGM was held on Wednesday 20th November 2019 at the Athenaeum in Newlands.

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The 12th Brunel International Lecture

The Brunel International Lecture series was established in 1999 in memory of Isambard Kingdom Brunel (1806-1859), one of the world’s most respected pioneering engineers. Each lecturer is chosen by the International Committee for his or her contribution to civil engineering. It is also a forum to strengthen the links between ICE and the engineering institutions both in the UK and abroad.

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September Branch Meeting: V&A Swing Bridge

John Anderson considers the design of pedestrian bridges to be urban design because they form part of the urban landscape. John, together with his SMEC colleagues, Maja Wilson and Jonathan Adams, presented to SAICE members on Wednesday 18 September the recent addition to the V&A Waterfront’s landscape – the V&A Swing Bridge.

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2019 SAICE Western Cape Presidential Visit

In the week of 4th March 2019, the SAICE Presidential delegation including Acting SAICE CEO, Steven Kaplan, SAICE 2019 President, Brian Downie, and SAICE Communications, Lorraine Mpofana made their way to Cape Town for a 2-day visit to the Western Cape. As part of their visit, the Presidential Delegation engaged with HOD’s, Staff and students of the three Western Cape tertiary institutions (CPUT, UCT and Stellenbosch)

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Branch Meeting: A Brave New World - Feb 2019

Our world is changing… and changing fast! The exponential growth of technology in areas like big data and artificial intelligence threaten to cause major disruptions to the way we work. Old economic models are failing, urbanisation is accelerating, the global population is growing exponentially, and the planet is under pressure. Engineers have a critical role to play in meeting these challenges, but only if we can ride the wave of innovation and be ready to adapt.

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Branch Meeting - September 2018

A double header with Henry Fagan telling us about the design of the Bosjes Chapel (between Worcester and Ceres) and Andrew Rowe about the part PERI-Formwork played in making it happen.

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