2014 IMESA Conference
The 2014 IMESA Conference will be held at International Convention Centre in Durban from 29th to 31st October 2014. The theme this year is “Balancing Service Delivery” and will include input from local and international experts. Conference events include opening function, plenary sessions over three days, technical tours and a gala evening, all providing the best networking opportunities. Registration details will be displayed soon.
CALL FOR PAPERS: IMESA 2014 Abstract Submissions now open
Closing date: Abstract required by 30 April 2014
Aligned to our 2014 theme of Balancing Service Delivery, we are looking for papers on political and legislative perspectives, social and environmental impacts as well as financial considerations with reference to Transport & Traffic, Water & Sanitation and Roads & Stormwater.
Please click here to submit your abstract.
Call for Entries: IMESA/CESA Biennial Project Excellence Awards
Please click here for details of the call for entries for the 2014 IMESA/CESA Biennial Project Excellence Awards, which will be presented at the 2014 IMESA Conference.
IMESA Bursaries for 2014
The application period is now closed. Successful recipients will be notified by the end of November 2013.
SARF Courses in Cape Town
South African Roads Federation (SARF) will be presenting five different courses in Cape Town (WC) region during the months of September and October 2013. There is still limited place on these courses, so if you haven’t registered yet, please do so urgently. For online registration and more information regarding SARF courses, click here to visit their website.
Institute of Municipal Finance Officers Newsletter
For the April / May / June 2013 Content of the IMFO Newsletter, click here (PDF, 1.25Mb)
Bitumen Supply Status
Ongoing repairs and maintenance continue to impact heavily on the stocks of bitumen available around the country. Regular updates, provided by Much Asphalt, are being posted on our website. More…
Changes to SANS 4001-BT1 (SANS 307) and SANS 4001-BT2 (SANS 308)
For information distributed by SABITA on changes to the bitumen specifications which took effect earlier this year, click here. This will be of interest to Road Authorities and Consulting Engineers.
Block tariff structure enjoys widespread support among municipalities
A recent Water Research Commission study found that the primary driver of water service tariffs is the quest to balance tariff revenues with explicit financial costs. Given that the national government requires this balance, the question arises whether this aspect of municipal water service management is in a sound and healthy state. For the full article, click here.
Ekurhuleni focused on creating a better future
Work stream facilitator for Social Development and Cohesion, Hlula Msimang, recently talked about the future strategy for Ekurhuleni Metro Municipality. He outlined the current performance issues that the metro faces and identified long-term risks and opportunities. For the full article, click here.
IMESA Commemorative Book “Reflections 2011″
Take a special journey through time highlighting Municipal Engineering in South Africa over the last 100 years. More…
This beautifully finished book can be purchased from our Head Office in either a hard cover edition or a soft cover edition. To order, please contact Anurah on 031-2663263 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
2012 IMESA / CESA Excellence Awards
The Institute of Municipal Engineering of Southern Africa (IMESA) and Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA) presented the 2012 biennial Project Excellence Awards at the opening function of the 2012 IMESA Conference in George. More…
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