President’s Welcome & message from LOC Chairman

As President of IMESA, it gives me great pleasure to welcome you to the 2014 IMESA Conference. The Theme for this conference is “Balancing Service Delivery” which the Local Organising Committee (LOC) has appropriately chosen given the proposed new legistlation around Infrastructure development. This legislation is going to put more pressure on efficient service delivery across the “Built environment”…

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1 MBConference Programme 2014

 

Conference Highlights

Events

Opening Function

Golf Day

Companion Tour

Gala Evening

Papers

553 kBIndex of papers

346 kBPaper 1 – An Effective Instrument for Municipal Infrastructure Delivery – Gareth Coleman345 kBPaper 2 – Why the Municipal Engineers should be deeply involved – John Harrison1 MBPaper 3 – Municipal Engineers Responsibility to Practice Life Cycle Infrastructure Asset Management – Willem Pretorius270 kBPaper 4 – Balancing Service Delivery through EPWP – Gamelihle Sibanda2 MBPaper 5 – Improving Water Services Provision – Grant Mackintosh1 MBPaper 6 – Feasibility Study for the Northern Wastewater Treatment Works – Siva Chetty905 kBPaper 7 – Infrastructure Asset Management – Water and Sanitation Assets – Andrew McDonald2 MBPaper 8 – Model Performance Based Contract for Water Conservation and Demand Management – Stewart Gibson118 kBPaper 9 – Water Demand Management in Mangaung Metro Municipality – Robinson De Melo292 kBPaper 10 – Structured Wall HDPE Pipe Comparison to Other Pipe Materials – Ian Venter6 MBPaper 11 – St Helena Airport Project – Graham Isaac961 kBPaper 12 – Rural Road Asset Management – Priska Myburgh6 MBPaper 13 – Bluff Military Base Stormwater Disposal – Mark Richter8 MBPaper 14 – Public Transport – The Key to Balanced Urban Growth and Service Delivery -Marike Kriek10 MBPaper 15 – The Use of Double Twisted Wire Mesh Steel Geogrids in SA – Mark Richter1 MBPaper 16 – City of Johannesburg – Consolidated Infrastructure Plan – Johan van den Berg5 MBPaper 17 – The Benefits of Municipal Tunnelling – The Mahatma Gandhi Road Sever Project – Frank Stevens2 MBPaper 18 – The Environmental Concerns of Coal Seam Gas Exploration in Australia – Lessons Learned – Hendrik van Rhijn276 kBPaper 19 – Writing Tender Specifications – JP Laubscher448 kBPaper 20 – Infrastructure Delivery Management Toolkit for Local Government – Leon Chetty302 kBPaper 21 – Towards a Decision Support Mechanish for Balancing Infrastructure Spending- FJ Botes