CESA YPF Sustainability Imbizo 2013
13 – 14 August 2013, Premier Hotel, Kempton Park
Imbizo's Special thanks, to the delegates, member firms, sponsors and speakers for delivering a successful Inaugural CESA YPF Sustainability Imbizo which focussed on leadership as a key driver to industry and basic service and infrastructure delivery. Borrowing from the words of CESA President, Naren Bhojaram delivered at the CESA AON Engineering Awards Gala Dinner on the 14th August 2013, "the future of engineering is definitely in good hands."
Again specials thanks to our sponsors: Nyeleti Consulting, ECSA, Royal HaskoningDHV, PPC Cement, ILISO Consulting, Hatch Goba, Knight Piésold; Safety Solutions Africa; CIDB and AON; let's do it again in 2014 and beyond.
GRAHAM STEPHEN PIRIE AWARDED CERTIFICATE OF RECOGNITION BY CONSULTING ENGINEERS SOUTH AFRICA'S YOUNG PROFESSIONALS FORUM (CESA YPF)
Graham Stephen Pirie, former CEO of CESA for 17 years, was awarded the CESA YPF Certificate of Recognition at the Inaugural CESA YPF Sustainability Imbizo. This is the first CESA YPF recognition award to be conferred annually to individuals or organisations that fly high the Young Professionals flag.
CESA YPF's mission is to promote, grow and develop the engineering profession, thereby ensure the sustainable supply of engineering skills for the country. Mr Pirie is proud to have been able to contribute to the YPF's cause, worldwide, since inception by FIDIC in 2013.
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