Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA) is 'Your Partner in Enabling Consulting Engineering Excellence'. CESA represents for its members, a body that promotes their joint interests and, because of its standing, provides quality assurance for clients. Over 540 firms employing over 24 300 staff are members of CESA, with a total fee income in excess of R25 billion per annum. CESA is committed to the principles of sustainability and the promotion of engineering excellence.
Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA) will be hosting its Annual Infrastructure Indaba, a tripartite alliance between the 3Cs (Consulting Engineers, Contractors and Clients), all working together to improve the quality of services, our industry has to offer.
The CESA Infrastructure Indaba, which will be held from 7-8 November 2016 at Southern Sun Elangeni & Maharani Hotel, in Durban, aims to stimulate debate on key issues. The Theme for the Indaba is: "Working towards improved delivery of infrastructure and engineering services.”
This annual conference has each year been endorsed by the Minister of Public Works, the Honourable, Mr Thulas Nxesi, MP, who is also its host, since the inaugural conference in 2013.
The engineering sector witnessed the South African Engineering version of the Oscars. The cream of the crop of the engineering industry, gathered in a night filled with glitz and glamour to celebrate, honour and reward engineering excellence.
In a celebration of innovation, quality, outstanding workmanship and professionalism in the industry, Consulting Engineers South Africa’s (CESA) supported by Aon South Africa hosted the prestigious CESA Aon Engineering Excellence Awards at Vodaworld in Midrand. CESA has been hosting the Awards for the past 44 years.
CESA members get 15% discount on registration for the Green Building Convention which takes place from 26 – 28 July.
The "Strategy That Works" Seminar will be held on 1 and 2 August 2016 at Bytes Conference Centre in Midrand.
The Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA) Bi-annual Economic and Capacity Survey for the period July to December 2015, just released indicates that times are tough and getting tougher with industry confidence the lowest in 16 years. The report indicates that the consulting engineering industry will have to adapt to a low growth environment as the outlook for infrastructure spending is hampered by poor economic growth, lower than expected revenue by government, international economic instability and price volatility, and low private sector confidence.